I'm an experienced web developer, and have made well over 20 websites but for the last 4-5 months I've hit a brick wall. I can't seem to find anyone that would like a website made.
how can I market myself to actually get clients?
I'm affordable, reasonable and provide anything required from Ecommerce, to stores, to password protected pages, to slideshows, etc.
Go to places like Elance and Odesk and bid for work from others, I did this for quite a few years until 2013 and made a good income.
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