Freelance jobs: tips for newbie freelancers

Freelance jobs: Some valuable tips for newbie freelancers.
Freelance jobs: Some valuable tips for newbie freelancers.

In this post, we are going to share some valuable tips about freelance jobs for those who have just started the freelancing journey.

As you know from freelance jobs, anyone can earn handsome money, no matter you are a student retired person self-employed or what. But not everyone can master with Freelancing.

 

Every time in TrickyPage.Com, We share tips, tricks & ideas on SEO, Adsense, dropshipping, CPA, affiliate marketing and freelancing tips. 

And today in this post we are sharing valuable input on Freelancing. And this post is mainly for Newbies.

Do you know what the common mistake a new freelancer do is?

They focus on everything, There are dozens of Freelance Jobs, and they want to try all possible. 

You can’t concentrate at once on everything my dear, and you waste a lot of time to be a jack of all trades, master of none.

Choose one thing for at least 3 to 6 months until you get success provided you really love and passionate the job, and then, stick to it long enough and hard enough.

Then learn about it to the extreme level either it is SEO or Freelancing.

YouTube has several videos of every field no matter it is Graphic Design, Web Design, SEO, Content Writing, Sales & Marketing, Translation, or Data Entry.

Just type your niche on YouTube, Watch Video tutorials, Learn Online, and most importantly implement and take action.

Another problem I see a lot of new freelancers just focusing on a single platform rather than diversifying. 

A lot of the people when starting their journey focus on Fiverr only and bang their head when no order arrives. ️

Thing is like investment you need to diversify your client hunting too.

So, if you are new and want to expand look for the client on every possible medium quickly.

Once orders start rolling out, ask your client to give you review across different platform, this will provide you with a head start.

I know it’s hard to do this, but if one or two clients agree on this, you will have at least something to show. 

Similarly, in your proposals show your client different feedback people have left for you even that is on Facebook. Never say you are new; this makes the client uncomfortable. 

Forget about failures.

Make as many mistakes as you can make and learn from the mistakes.

 

 

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