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Your Guide to Finding and Landing New Clients Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Updated: Feb 4, 2022

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have been forced into making some significant changes to our careers and lifestyles — especially if we’ve lost our full-time jobs or long-term clients as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Whether you’re embarking on a new career path amid the COVID-19 outbreak or you’re expanding your client base as you advance your freelance career, the following tips and resources will help you to create a functional remote workspace and find the clients you need to succeed.


Create Your Remote Workspace

Whether you’re starting a small business of your own or dipping your toes into the world of freelancing, the following resources will help you to adjust to working remotely and create a new home office that inspires creativity and productivity.



Find Reliable Writing and Editing Clients

If you’re starting or advancing a career as a freelance writer or editor, these resources will help you to find and land new clients during the coronavirus pandemic.


Search for Computer Science Jobs

Whether you’re in search of a career in software development, database management, or computer support, the following links will assist you in finding whatever it is you’re looking for.


Land a Reliable Gig in Finance and Accounting

If you have a background in finance or accounting, the three resources below will help you to expand your client list throughout the coronavirus pandemic — and well after it ends.



During this time of global uncertainty, embarking on a new career path and expanding your client list can seem even more complicated than usual. However, these great resources will help to take some of the stress out of finding and landing new clients — especially if you’re transitioning from full-time employment to independent contracting for the first time.


Written by Guest Blogger

Derek Goodman

"Derek Goodman is an entrepreneur. He’d always wanted to make his own future, and he knew growing his own business was the only way to do that. He created his site Inbizability, to offer you tips, tricks, and resources so that you realize your business ability and potential now, not later."





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