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· 2 min read
5 Methods to Evaluate Your Business Performance

Track, your essential partner in business management, takes an exciting leap forward with the introduction of Tags! This powerful feature is designed to provide you with a more intuitive and efficient management experience than ever before.

What are Tags in Track?

Tags in Track are like magic labels that transform the way you organize and access your contacts and deals. Each Tag is a customized category that you assign to your contacts or deals, allowing for fine organization and instant retrieval.

Why are Tags a Game Changer?

1. Personalized Organization

Create Tags tailored to your workflow. Whether by sector, deal status, or any other relevant criterion, Tags are fully customizable to align with your specific needs.

Say goodbye to tedious searches! Tags allow you to quickly find what you're looking for. Use them as keywords in the search bar for precise and instantaneous results.

3. More Efficient Management

With Tags, you have a clear overview of the distribution of your contacts and deals. Quickly identify opportunities, track progress, and optimize your business strategy.

How to Use Tags in Track?

Updating your Track application is the first step to enjoying this revolutionary feature. Then, follow these simple steps:

  1. Add Tags during Creation or Modification: When creating or editing a contact or deal, add Tags to categorize them instantly.

  2. Use Them to Filter Your Views: Need to see all ongoing deals? Select the corresponding Tag, and there you go!

  3. Incorporate Them into Your Follow-Up Strategy: Track the progress of your deals based on Tags to refine your sales approach.

Be Part of the Tag Adventure in Track!

This update with Tags is our response to your feedback and growing needs. We look forward to seeing how this feature will transform your experience with Track.

Don't forget to update your application and dive into the world of Tags for smarter and faster management!

The Track team thanks you for your trust and remains attentive to further improvements to come.

Stay organized, stay productive, with Track!

· 4 min read
5 Tips to Increase Your Revenue as a Freelancer

As a freelancer, increasing revenue is a crucial goal to ensure the sustainability of your business. However, this can sometimes be challenging when working alone and juggling multiple tasks at once.

In this article, we will present you with 5 practical tips to optimize your time, expand your network, retain your most profitable customers, improve your service offerings, and implement a competitive pricing strategy.

Follow these tips to boost your revenue.

1- Developing your network

Having a strong network is essential to find new customers and business opportunities. To expand your network, participate in networking events, professional trade shows related to your industry, and join professional associations.

Remember to keep the contact information of each new connection in your sales management application, such as Track, so you can easily follow up and offer your services.

You can also use professional social networks, such as LinkedIn, to connect with other professionals in your field. Finally, position yourself as an expert in your domain by sharing your expertise, which can help you gain visibility and attract new clients.

2- Identifying your most profitable clients

Identifying your most profitable customers is essential for maximizing your revenue as a freelancer. It is important to understand which customers generate the most revenue for your business and focus your efforts on them to increase your sales.

This can be accomplished by examining your company's sales data to identify customers who have made the largest purchases or who have made regular purchases. Reports generated on Track can help you quickly get an overview of your top customers.

Once you have identified your most profitable customers, you can offer them exclusive promotions, discounts, or special benefits to keep them loyal and encourage them to buy more often. By focusing your efforts on these customers, you can increase your revenue and maximize the profitability of your business.

3- Implementing a competitive pricing strategy

To implement a competitive pricing strategy, it is important to have a good understanding of your market and competitors. You should have a clear idea of what other self-employed or businesses are offering and at what price.

It is also important to determine your costs and calculate a price that will allow you to cover your expenses and generate sufficient profit. This may include the time you spend working on each project, the cost of materials or supplies, overhead costs such as insurance, office rent, etc.

Once you have an idea of market prices and your costs, you can determine a competitive price for your services. It's important to find a balance between price and the quality of your work to remain competitive while offering added value to your customers.

You can use reports generated by Track to evaluate the profitability of your projects and adjust your pricing strategy accordingly.

4- Improve your service offering

To improve your service offering, it's important to understand the needs and expectations of your current and potential customers. Ask them for their feedback on your current services and what they would like to see improved or added.

You can also conduct research on market trends and customer needs to identify opportunities for developing complementary services.

Additionally, you can offer special deals for loyal customers, such as discounts for customers who make regular purchases or who refer your business to others.

Furthermore, you can consider offering additional services to your existing customers to increase their satisfaction and loyalty.

It's important to note that adding new services should be managed in a way that doesn't dilute your expertise or market positioning. Make sure to offer services that are consistent with your current activity and overall business strategy.

5- Optimize your time

As a freelancer your time is valuable for your business. To increase your revenue, it's important to optimize your time as much as possible. You can use time management tools to better plan your day, outsource non-essential tasks to focus on your core business, or even automate certain activities to save time.

By optimizing your time, you'll be able to handle more clients and thus increase your revenue.

In summary, increasing your revenue as a freelancer requires an investment in time and thought. By following these 5 tips, you can improve your financial results and professional satisfaction. Keep in mind that each business is unique and you should adapt these tips based on your industry and customers.