Successful Freelancing with Freelancer.com
Freelancer.com opens the global job market to freelancers in all trades and professions. Our unique platform eliminates the need for expensive advertising and lets you offer your talents and skills to the world without ever leaving your home or office. Whether you’re looking for part-time work to supplement your income or you want to expand the client base for your full-time business, you’ll find the opportunities on our site.
Experienced freelancers know how difficult and expensive it can be to promote yourself and your business. No matter what your areas or level of expertise, exposure is the key to a successful start. In the past, that meant spending a lot of time and money spent on getting your name out to the public.
At Freelancer.com, we bring the employers and the jobs to you. You find the jobs that interest you and compete with other freelancers through a simple bidding system. Service providers and prospective employers communicate via a Private Message Board during the bidding process, so you can submit samples and hold discussions without giving away your strategies. No expensive advertising, no complicated applications, no business card required. There’s simply no easier way to find work. Many of our registered service providers find repeat business and even full-time employment through our project board.
When an employer selects you for a project, we offer secure payment through our Milestone Payments system. You and the employer can determine a payment schedule and payments can be made directly to your online account, which is included with your Freelancer.com membership. Payment through our website is optional; you and the employer can use whatever method works best for you, however using our payment system also enables the rating system for the project. This allows you and the employer to rate each other and leave comments after a transaction. This information is attached to your profile and helps establish your reputation for future prospects.
As earnings accumulate in your account, you transfer them as needed to your bank account, PayPal or MoneyBookers account. There’s even an optional debit card available that provides you with immediate access to the funds in your account anytime.
Working through Freelancer.com is affordable, too. In fact, you can sign up for free. You’ll pay a small commission on each project. To avoid those commissions, you can become a Gold member at any time. Gold members pay a very reasonable monthly fee and no commissions on projects. Employers may also post important projects for Gold members only, so your monthly membership fee allows you access to even more jobs.
As an added bonus, Freelancer.com provides a wide range of tools to make finding work easier as well as increase your earning potential. Add our free button for your Google toolbar to provide quick, easy access to your account. For really fast access to projects that match your skill set, select one or more of our RSS feeds to have project notifications delivered directly to your web browser or RSS reader. Web developers and site owners can generate extra cash with nearly no effort at all with our affiliate programs, featuring unusually high commissions and fast payouts. Developers can also utilize our data feeds and API to populate their own sites, databases and applications.
Freelancer.com helps you turn your hard-earned skills into a substantial income. Freelancing has never been easier or more profitable.
Freelance contracting is becoming increasingly popular in today’s society, and with good reason. With economic crises and unstable job markets worldwide, it makes sense to use your skills and talents to build a business of your own. Freelancing offers many advantages for motivated individuals, including such perks as setting your own hours and days off. On the other hand, there are a number of ways things can go very wrong. It’s important to know the risks and how to avoid them. There are also a number of things you can do to increase the odds of your success. (read more)
If you’re like many working freelancers you probably have more than one set of skills.(read more)
See Other Topics