For those of you who have been following Workorder’s progress, you’ll know that the author (me) is an Indiehacker. To follow along with Workorder’s progress as I try to grow this tiny (but hopefully very useful) web application, head on over to Workorder’s IndieHacker page.
Like many projects that I’ve started, I wanted to build something that I was going to use myself. Workorder is a more polished version of what I used to host a personal order and checkout page that I sent out to my clients whenever I needed them to send money. With this in mind, I tried to improve the onboarding experience for prospective users and to make it as easy, simple, and yet versatile for as many freelancers, consultants, and other service providers as possible.
Workorder as part of your toolchain
If you’ve been freelancing for a while, you’ll know that there are many ways to get clients.
There are, of course, places like Upwork and Freelancer. For some, it may be Craigslist. And who can forget about the good ol’ word of mouth?
Now you can add Workorder as part of how you sell your services online.
With the use of custom domains (includes SSL) with your Workorder account (which, by the way, is FREE on all accounts), you’ll be able to print your order and checkout page on your business cards or attach it to your online profile.
Wherever your clients are found, I hope that Workorder can become part of your sales engine to help you close deals quicker — perhaps even while you’re asleep!