PEOPLE HAVE SAID...
“The FabJob Guide to Become a Web Designer gives you the information you need to get started and succeed as a professional web designer. While there are many excellent resources on web design, this guide focuses on how to start your own web design business and how to get clients. The expert advice in this guide can help you avoid costly mistakes so you can start earning money with your web design business more quickly. By following the advice in this guide, you will be miles ahead of the competition.” — Emily Courtney, Editor
“One thing I like about the FabJob books is the depth of information they provide for making a change to a new career. They provide actual samples you can use as templates, including: sample of what to say when talking to a prospective client, sample invoice, and sample contract.” — Jill Florio, Editor, www.BellaOnline.com
“I love working with a variety of people. It’s great to be a part of a small business right from the beginning, or watch a non-profit receive donations through a new website.” — Amber Wallace, web design instructor, University of California, Santa Barbara, and owner of Dowitcher Designs, Santa Barbara, CA
“When I first started my web design business, my sales pitch to small and mid-sized companies sounded something like ‘There’s this really cool thing called the Internet. You should go check out what’s going on there. It’s going to be the next wave of marketing your business.’ That was back in 1996. Now businesses see a web presence as a necessity. I don’t have to sell people on the concept anymore. But, I still need to sell them on my company’s capabilities.” — Cindy Penchina, web design professor, Pace University, and executive e-services director, Hudson Fusion, New York
(Amber and Cindy are two of the web designers and web design experts who give advice in this FabJob guide)
“Make more money. Look to your strengths to come up with ways to make extra money at FabJob.com.” — From the “Money & Investing Guide,” by Tamara E. Holmes, Essence Magazine
FabJob.com was featured in Woman’s World Magazine (“Land Your Dream Job” article).
FabJob guides have been featured in stories at the Wall Street Journal and Entrepreneur Magazine sites.