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sfarieri

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Literally everyone in this forum is going for web design / web development biz, or anything close to that. Is it still a good choice in 2021?
Personally, don't ever see web design being a bad choice. Businesses pop up every day.
 
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Literally everyone in this forum is going for web design / web development biz, or anything close to that. Is it still a good choice in 2021?

Lots and lots of money in it. Real big $$$! Just listen to @Kak radio show. I mean Kyle is all about no employees, web design business. How you dress doesn’t matter and all the greatest hits! That’s why you are right, all of us here are web designers and copywriters.
Also, don’t get a dog, it’s too much work.

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It depends on the industry. I'm in the marketing industry and from my experience most marketers are always approaching either e-commerce brands or fitness supplements since there's so many of them. Why? Because that's where most money is made and everyone is approaching these clients with the same spiel: "Hey, if you pay me $3000, I'll bring you hundreds of leads in the next couple days", and these companies/owners hear that very often. Doesn't mean that you can't make it but it's a lot harder for you to standout. You're essentially fighting for 1/20 of the cake instead of going for the cake.

You could try approaching it from a different angle. Look for companies who don't even have a website or if they do, ask them if you could improve it because you've noticed there is something that is making them lose 10% of customers each year. You got to be very specific.
 

Maliardo

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Honestly, I've been thinking for about half a year that I'd like to try web design.
But now I'm working on my main job and it will obviously prevent me to get into full-time courses on web design.
I now need to work very hard, which would save money.
But I'm a very creative person and I would still really like to try myself in this kind of activity)
I hope that soon I will figure something out and my little dream will come true.
 

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