This is where you need to start when you are ready to market yourself as an interior designer.
When I first started I was just putting myself out there as I could design anything for anyone. Then I started getting clients who were looking for design on the cheap and it didn't really matter who they hired.
After I had a few clients under my belt I really understood who I worked best with and the type of services I wanted to offer. I started off offering the world, but it's really effing hard to offer the world as a one-woman show. You can't offer every design service under the sun and be profitable with the amount of money you need to invest in.
Warning: This Post May Piss You Off.
I had a post up on Facebook that led to my email list opt-in.
It's a pretty successful freebie opt in training for mylist building activities. After all, interior designers want to know how to get clients.
Then there was this one comment on that Facebook post.
"First, you need an education in design. If you are in a right to practice state, you also need to pass the NCIDQ, as well as register with the state."
Fuck that shit.