Whether you are an executive at an established software consulting business, or are a programmer who has decided to strike out on your own in freelance software development, you can find helpful marketing tips and tools here.
A typical software development consulting company may be bootstrapped in the early stages, relying on network and word-of-mouth for software development projects and referrals.
Early on, there may not be a need for extensive business planning or strategy. However, if the business is to grow to a successful software development consulting company then it is imperative to develop a solid computer consulting business plan.
As time goes on and the business grows (or you outgrow your initial customer base) there is a need to start actively marketing and selling your software consulting services.
The challenge is that most early-stage software consulting firms don’t have an on-staff marketer. And marketing and selling IT services really requires expertise and knowledge in the relevant technical field.
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