Sunday, January 27, 2013

Creative, the fastest way to become a web designer

Hi Creative,

Conrad here from

If you didn't get a chance to complete the
survey yesterday, please take a moment to
do it now.

The survey can be found here:

We want your feedback to make this
test-drive as good as possible and your
answers help us make The Successful
Web Designer Test-Drive better for you.

Also, did you get a chance yesterday to view
your first lesson in the exclusive member area
of The Successful Web Designer Test-Drive?

If not, you can go directly to it by clicking
this link:

Over the past 8 years, I have worked with tens of
thousands of beginning web designers and have
developed the fastest, easiest way to bring in
money as a web designer. If you stick with me and
do the assignments, you will see results.

As I said in this week's lesson, there is really
no better way to learn a new skill than by doing.
So, while it might feel like you are being "thrown
into the fire," trust me...

This is the fastest way for you to quickly become
a top web designer.

I recommend you find a real project to work on to
build your first website. The easiest way to do
this is to approach someone you know and simply
ask them if they would be your test subject for
your first project. You would do this pro bono,
most likely, but you could charge a modest fee.

Just let them know that you're taking a training
course and need a real business to work with for
your project. At the end of the project, if they
like the website it is theirs to keep at no cost.

The big benefit to the business owner is the
knowledge they will gain about how to improve
their website to make more money.

Yes, you can deliver pretty amazing results as a
complete rookie, if you follow this course

For more advice on selecting your first client,
go here:

Over the next few days, try to find a client you
can work with during the course of this bootcamp.
Remember to be selective and choose someone you
can really help succeed. This part of the process
is for you to gain experience, but also for your
reputation as a web designer.

Let us know how it goes by commenting here:

All the best,

Conrad Feagin - Learn. Soar. Get Ahead.

P.S. You may feel uncomfortable approaching a
business owner, and that's completely natural.
We'd like to encourage you to go for it anyway and
find someone that understands you're in the
learning phase.

Think outside the box including business owners,
charities, organizations, clubs, etc. However, you
may choose to complete your own portfolio website
as part of the bootcamp.
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