Good communication is a critical part of the relationship between a WordPress professional and his or her client. Without it, you could end up taking a project in the wrong direction, leaving yourself way over budget, in the weeds, and struggling to regain your client’s trust.
Oftentimes, however, we focus on how to have positive communications and control the conversation with clients once they actually are clients. Keep in mind that prospective clients will want to interview you before they ever agree to work with you. If they don’t trust you, if they don’t like what you’re selling, if they’re just not “feeling it”, you might not get their business at all.
This article will cover the 17 questions you should be prepared to answer for prospective clients. If you want to get ahead of the game and show clients how truly prepared and qualified you are, you will master the answers to these questions.
17 Questions You Should Be Prepared to Answer for Prospective Clients
Entrusting the build or design of a WordPress site to someone outside the company is an expensive risk your clients have to take, and so it makes sense they would come ready to grill you about your experience,