New Freelancer 7 ideas
In the VOVID-19 pandemic, everyone wants to become a freelancer. I would like to share a few tips for New freelancer:
- Complete your profile. Verify it in every possible way. Add a picture. Add past work. Add education. Add everything that helps the employer verify that you mean business. Connect your social accounts.
- Write nice and sharp proposals. You should try to write about how you’re suitable for the job, relevant experience, and project design. This will help the employer know that you’ve put in a lot of effort.
- Re-hiring rate is a determining factor on the Freelancing website. Always make sure that your clients re-hire you. You should ping your past clients and check if any of them has any work for you.
- Take skill tests. Pass the exams. It is worth paying. It acts as verification on your potential.
- When you start, select one area of expertise and keep bidding in the same area. This way you can save time by re-using parts of your proposal. Also, your past projects speak louder than your proposal. If you have done a lot of projects on Data mining then you’re likely to be noticed by employers of more such projects.
- Give your 100% to a project. Try to complete it within the deadline. A negative review from your client is the last thing you want on your profile.
- Optimize for learning in the beginning. It’s okay to be underpaid in the beginning. Most of the time, an employer hires a new freelancer only because their bid is most economical. Once you get some good reviews on your profile you can start increasing your bid value.