Congratulations, the client has agreed to your terms. How do you ensure that the project will go smoothly? Find out in this video.
- Hey everybody, last lesson we talked about … how to pitch the client. … And this lesson, we're going to talk about … how to seal the deal. … And that's going to involve contracts, … appearance releases, and invoices. … Now to start off, you don't need a contract, per se, … working with some early clients, … especially maybe if it's family or friends. … But I recommend one because it helps you … from getting burned, doing all this work, … and then not having the client deliver. … 'Cause the worst thing to do is to shoot, edit, … and then they suddenly don't pay up, … and you don't really have anything … that can help your cause to get that money back. … So if you want to start out with an early contract, … there's a lot of great sites like LegalZoom … that will give you sort of a template to work with. … And that will just cover your bases initially … when dealing with some clients. … And then obviously, if you have any connections … to lawyer friends or whatnot, that's great, too, …
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- Finding freelance work
- Pitching a client
- Working on set
- Managing clients
- Delivering the product