Jeremy Tuber | From Zero to Graphic Design Hero: Think, Feel and Sound Like a Freelancing Pro

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From Zero to Graphic Design Hero: Think, Feel and Sound Like a Freelancing Pro

by Jeremy Tuber

The essential companion for creative freelancers. Quickly and easily handle some of the toughest challenges that other freelancers take years to learn. Think, feel & sound more confident and professional in front of clients - even if you're just starting.
Genre: Spoken Word: Instructional
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1. Introduction
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2. Networking
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3. Meeting with a Client
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4. Price Negotiating
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5. Avoiding the Revision Merry Go Round
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6. Getting Referrals
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7. Time Management
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8. When Things Are Slow
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9. Firing a Client
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Being a business savvy designer is often a contradiction in terms; however, Jeremy Tuber is a unique combination of savvy business marketer and creative designer. This one-two punch provides his clients with targeted marketing and design projects that yield outstanding results and a terrific return on their investment.

A self taught, self-motivated designer, Jeremy worked his way out of the corporate world close to ten years ago to pursue his true passion in design, studying and learning the profession from the bottom up. Starting at a local Kinkos store and moving from design position to design position over the course of a few years – each one a bit more rewarding than the last, he’s had the good fortune of working in many design environments with well over a hundred different artists.

This unique perspective of being creative and business savvy, along with extensive practical experience in the corporate world has given him an exceptional advantage in understanding the marketing/design challenges and needs of business owners. Jeremy’s been called a walking, talking ad agency - he’s a marketing manager and a creative director in one package.

Jeremy has a over a decade of experience in brand identity, web design, marketing strategy, advertising creations, direct mail, content editing, custom photography, photo editing/manipulation, and multimedia presentations.

His clients include diverse set of businesses on both coasts of the US in the areas of: athletics, business service professionals, accountants, lawyers, professional athletes, counselors, home theater, chiropractors, entertainment, realtors, fitness trainers, restaurants, funeral services, pest control, interior designers, churches, non-profit organizations, insurance agents, mortgage brokers, information technology professionals, telecommunications, blue-collar service contractors and everything in-between.

In 2007, Jeremy was selected to participate as a judge for the AMA (American Marketing Association) yearly Spectrum Awards. He, along with 9 other expert panelists evaluated and ranked design projects submitted by Phoenix's largest ad agencies ranging from multimedia web sites and marketing collateral to outdoor billboards.

As a published author with 60 + articles to his credit, Jeremy enjoys providing value and education to creative freelancers and small business owners looking to bring in more sales and “take their business to the next level.” He has been invited to speak to art students/alumni at local colleges, including the Art Institute of Phoenix.

He continues to develop insightful resources to give designers an opportunity to make their dream of running a creative freelancing business a reality with his: 1 on 1 coaching program, the "Work Smarter NOT Harder" Contracts Package, and his break-through books, "Being a Starving Artist Sucks" and "Verbal Kung Fu for Freelancers", which have sold in over 25 countries around the world (they are available on Amazon, iTunes and on his official web site).

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