The freelance life seems to be the good life: you can make your own hours, you have control over how much money you bring in, and you are your own boss – what could possibly go wrong? The reality of freelance life is that it’s a struggle to find work and to consistently acquire more clients. As a freelancer, you’ve likely experimented with the different ways to bring in clients, from job sites, to cold-email prospecting, to handing out business cards. Freelancing is a hustle, and while it’s great to get referrals from clients, it is tough to get consistent work. The good news? We have some tips on how to acquire more clients as a freelancer.