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Manoj_R
(@manoj_r)
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Posted by: @pinoyecomking

Just focus on what you are good at and sell yourself competitively. Equip your portfolio with more projects to convince them of your level of expertise. 

I agree with this...

 
Posted : 22/06/2021 7:22 pm
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Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Member Customer
 

@kavitha-aisha getting orders isn't that hard you just have to do some work and not just sir around

 
Posted : 24/06/2021 10:56 am
chitralekha2024
(@chitra)
Member Customer
 

One of the major struggle for freelancers is getting clients or getting job. It isn't as easy as it seems to be.

But wait a minute .

 

There are so many freelancers out there who are earning more. What's the secret ?
➡️ The secret is consistency , determination and quality work.

 

I am sharing with you some of the freelancing tips which will surely gonna help you :-

1) Your profile / gig must look professional.

2) You could also build an online portfolio as it creates a massive impact.

(Note:- You should have a convincing portfolio regarding your profile)

3) Initially , sell your services at lower rate. ( if possible )

4) Look at your competitors
( How do they present their products, who do they target, etc. )

5) Try to rank your gig with the help of keyword research

6) Once you have good reviews - Go for paid ads

>>> If you consider the above points, it will be easier for you to get subsequent orders.

 

• TRY THE ABOVE TECHNIQUES , IT WILL SURELY HELP YOU IN SOME OR THE OTHER WAY.

 
Posted : 24/06/2021 12:44 pm
preetchovatiya
(@preetchovatiya)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant, and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

Thanks a lot for providing such kind of information to this community.

 
Posted : 25/06/2021 12:45 pm
Tarek
(@tarek)
Member Customer
 

You're the best bro. Your post is inspiring me. 

 
Posted : 27/06/2021 5:26 am
batoolabbas
(@batoolabbas)
Member Customer
 

Patience and consistency is the key. It takes time to build your online business be it any kind. You will surely succeed!

 
Posted : 28/06/2021 2:40 am
Jubaer Hossen
(@jubaer-hossen)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

Congratulation bro!

This is great article bro.

Best of luck.

 

 
Posted : 04/07/2021 11:34 am
Jubaer Hossen
(@jubaer-hossen)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @chitra

One of the major struggle for freelancers is getting clients or getting job. It isn't as easy as it seems to be.

But wait a minute .

 

There are so many freelancers out there who are earning more. What's the secret ?
➡️ The secret is consistency , determination and quality work.

 

I am sharing with you some of the freelancing tips which will surely gonna help you :-

1) Your profile / gig must look professional.

2) You could also build an online portfolio as it creates a massive impact.

(Note:- You should have a convincing portfolio regarding your profile)

3) Initially , sell your services at lower rate. ( if possible )

4) Look at your competitors
( How do they present their products, who do they target, etc. )

5) Try to rank your gig with the help of keyword research

6) Once you have good reviews - Go for paid ads

>>> If you consider the above points, it will be easier for you to get subsequent orders.

 

• TRY THE ABOVE TECHNIQUES , IT WILL SURELY HELP YOU IN SOME OR THE OTHER WAY.

This post has been very informative.

This post is very awesome.

You are welcome.

 
Posted : 04/07/2021 11:35 am
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

Thank you for the tips 

 
Posted : 23/07/2021 4:38 pm
Isuru Perera
(@isuru-perera)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @chitra

One of the major struggle for freelancers is getting clients or getting job. It isn't as easy as it seems to be.

But wait a minute .

 

There are so many freelancers out there who are earning more. What's the secret ?
➡️ The secret is consistency , determination and quality work.

 

I am sharing with you some of the freelancing tips which will surely gonna help you :-

1) Your profile / gig must look professional.

2) You could also build an online portfolio as it creates a massive impact.

(Note:- You should have a convincing portfolio regarding your profile)

3) Initially , sell your services at lower rate. ( if possible )

4) Look at your competitors
( How do they present their products, who do they target, etc. )

5) Try to rank your gig with the help of keyword research

6) Once you have good reviews - Go for paid ads

>>> If you consider the above points, it will be easier for you to get subsequent orders.

 

• TRY THE ABOVE TECHNIQUES , IT WILL SURELY HELP YOU IN SOME OR THE OTHER WAY.

Thanks for sharing these 6 tips. This is really helpful for beginners !!!!

 
Posted : 25/07/2021 2:23 am
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @jxanders

Thanks for the tips. I am new to blogging too and its not easy to get traffic especially if you are just starting.

If you are blogging, then create a drop servicing like Hassan, you will earn alot 

 
Posted : 22/08/2021 12:54 pm
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @manoj_r
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

honesty is the biggest asset on the internet...

and according to me, it is a prime key for success too...

But being honest in your online business sometime can be difficult.

 
Posted : 22/08/2021 12:55 pm
Maya Saleh
(@maya-saleh)
Member Moderator
 

Consistency is the key for every skill. Never say something is impossible, it will be easier by time.

 
Posted : 26/08/2021 11:50 am
Maya Saleh
(@maya-saleh)
Member Moderator
 

Being consistent and never give up are the key for success for anything in life. 

 
Posted : 27/08/2021 9:51 am
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @maya-saleh

Being consistent and never give up are the key for success for anything in life. 

And as Hassan said, don't be those people who just sleep, wake, go to job and watch movies, brother what Hassan said really motivated me.

 
Posted : 16/09/2021 3:41 pm
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

To be a successful freelancer, you must learn a specific set of skills that will allow you to set prices, work with clients, manage time, and, ultimately, make a living from your work.

 
Posted : 04/10/2021 1:18 pm
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Member Customer
 

For each phase of transitioning into freelance, you’ll find TONS of useful articles and resources to get you on the right track. Read through them now to help you wrap your head around all the aspects of working for yourself, and then save for handy reference whenever questions pop up later as you’re making your way in your freelance career.

 
Posted : 04/10/2021 1:19 pm
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

There are TONS of useful articles and resources to get you started on the right track for each stage of transitioning into freelancing. Read through them now to help you get your head around all of the aspects of working for yourself, and then save them for later reference if questions arise as you progress in your freelance career.

 
Posted : 04/10/2021 1:20 pm
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

As a freelancer, the best advice to start os to GET THE TECHNICAL SKILLS you NEED (Learn to code!)

 
Posted : 04/10/2021 1:22 pm
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Member Customer
 

If you're ready to be your own boss, you need in-demand tech skills. Websites and apps are constantly on the lookout for talented designers and developers. From UX and design fundamentals to systems like WordPress and Ruby on Rails, here are some of the best places to start.

 
Posted : 04/10/2021 1:23 pm
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