You, who was a beginner at freelancing not so long ago, have heard back from a prospective client and they liked your proposal.
Now, you are in that stage where you need to communicate about deadlines, the scope of work, and client requirements.
If you’ve been a freelancer for any amount of time (or at least have looked into it), I’m sure you have heard of Upwork.
Upwork is a freelancer platform where you can make a profile and search for freelance gigs. And some freelancers make bank on this platform.
But, there are so many other sites like Upwork where freelancers can find paying gigs right now.
Hiring a virtual assistant for your business is a big decision that you can’t afford to take lightly.
Make the right choice and it can benefit you and your business in several ways. But make the wrong choice and it can cost you time and money.
Freelancing really is a dream job, isn’t it?
You get to make money doing what you love where and when you want to do it.
It’s an amazing way to make a living but, in order to make a living, you need to get paid.
Careers have changed.
Many people are turning to freelance work as a way to make ends meet and create a side income in uncertain times.
If you have been freelancing for a while and are looking to change careers or your freelancing can lead you to different and or better job opportunities, then you might be wondering how to put together a freelance resume.
Freelancing is an exciting online career, but not without challenges. And the biggest challenge freelancers face every day are job scams.
So you know that you want to be a freelancer, but you’re still not 100% sure what that all entails.
While you know that freelancers are “self-employed,” the technical aspects of what they all do are a little fuzzy.
The lockdown took its toll on all of us.
No matter what part of the world, it ended up quite similar for everyone: in a matter of months the economy dropped, people got locked up in their houses, and the upcoming future became nothing more than a question mark.