It's no secret that finding clients in the animation industry can be difficult. You might not know where to look or what kind of work is out there. But don't worry, this blog post will teach you all about it!
I used this technique in the early days when I was looking for clients. It took a lot of time and effort, but it felt like my one shot at success, so I had to keep going until someone opened their door!
So the method was simple. First, I was searching for YT accounts of any industry with 10K+ subscribers. Then, after a quick check on the animation of their channels, I was sending a quote and some samples of my work. Mostly it was a quote about an impressive YT intro that will attract more viewers.
I was charging about $100-$400 for a 3-4 second intro. If the owner didn't want to spend some money (around 20%), I always offered a free YT intro with credits on the description. That got me more leads.
What do you think? Will you try this one?