1. Join online communities

If you join online communities, you can get valuable advice and resources from people who have gone before you. Here are some places to find them:

  • Facebook Groups
  • LinkedIn Groups
  • Google+ Communities
  • Twitter Chats (use hashtags #twitterchat or #twchat)
  • Reddit Subreddits (use the search bar)
  • Stack Overflow: questions and answers boards
  • Quora: questions and answers
  • Yahoo Answers: questions and answers
  • Slack Teams
  • Discord servers

2. Reach out to your existing network

The first thing you need to do is reach out to your existing network. Think about all of the people who know and trust you, and start there. If you’re not sure where to begin, LinkedIn is a good place—it’s easy for strangers to look up your profile and find out more about what you do. If that doesn’t work, try Facebook or Twitter instead.

You could also try reaching out through other channels like Google+, Instagram (especially if you’re going after clients in the travel industry), Snapchat, Pinterest or Tumblr—but remember: these are public mediums where everyone can see what’s being said by anyone else on the platform!

3. Be active on social media

If you’re looking for new clients as a digital nomad, social media is one of the best places to find them. In order to be successful with this strategy, however, you need to ensure that your social media presence is engaging and professional.

To make sure that people pay attention and follow your posts on the various platforms where they’re active—Facebook, Twitter, Instagram—you should post regularly and use hashtags (more on those below). When choosing what content to post on each platform, keep in mind that it needs to be relevant both within its own platform and also outside of it. On Facebook, for example; posting about how great your new business partner has been would be more appropriate than sharing photos from your trip last week or videos about dogs barking at cats (unless both are relevant).

4. Join a co-working space

One of the best ways to find new clients is by joining a co-working space.

Co-working spaces are a great place to meet people and build relationships, but they can also help you find new clients. Co-working spaces are usually filled with other entrepreneurs and freelancers, so it’s easy to find potential collaborators or people who might need your services.

I have found most of my clients through co-working spaces, especially when I was living in Berlin. Just go on Google, search for the one closest to your home, or the most poplar one, and check it out.

You can find new clients anywhere as long as you’re willing to put yourself out there.

You can find new clients anywhere as long as you’re willing to put yourself out there.

If you want to get your name out there, then join online communities and be active on social media. Those are the only ways people will find you!

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