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23/09/2020

Who Is a Freelancer?
A freelancer or freelance worker is a self-employed person who earns money by providing services to multiple clients. These services relate to the person’s skills and are not necessarily provided to just businesses.
What is freelancing?
Freelancing is a contract-based profession where instead of being recruited in an organization, the person uses his skills and experience to provide services to a number of clients.
• Freelancing doesn’t always mean that you’ll work from home. You might have to work at your client’s office too depending upon the type of work and the client’s requirements.
• A work from home job involves a contract between you and a single employer who gives you a salary while freelancing doesn’t.
In simple terms, freelancing is when you use your skills, education, and experience to work with multiple clients and take on various assignments without committing to a single employer. The number of assignments or tasks that you can take just boils down to your ability to deliver on them as asked from them.
Some of the most common freelance opportunities include:
Accounting/Bookkeeping
Graphic Design
Search Engine Optimization
Marketing Project Management
Social Media Manager
Teaching/Tutoring
Virtual Assistant
Web Design/Development
Writing /Editing
Pros and cons of freelance work?
If you are thinking about becoming a freelancer, it's important to weigh up the advantages and disadvantages of freelance work. Some of the advantages of being a freelancer include:
Flexible work schedule: you can choose which hours to work and can set your own schedule to fit around other commitments.
Choice and variety: whereas employees are often told which clients to work for, as a freelancer, you can pick your projects and are less confined to specific markets or sectors.
More control: you can set your own goals and will have more say in the direction of your business.
On the other hand, there are several disadvantages to consider, including:
Less stability: because freelance work depends on reaching enough clients, many freelancers have less financial stability and less guarantee of future work than employees
Fewer benefits: many companies offer benefits for their employees, such as insurance or pension plans. Self-employed freelancers would be responsible for their own perks and benefits.
The freelance work is too much increase after the introduction of online freelance marketplaces which are matching the clients who are looking for contractual projects and also for a freelancer who is looking to be hired. The online freelance marketplace has given the biggest opportunities to those who have lost their full-time jobs and also for those who are jobless. Frequently the skills in demand changed with the market demands and it was challenged for freelancers to learn new skills to work on skills in demand on online freelance marketplaces.
Here the Major Freelancing Websites Here is the freelancing website list where you can get a lot of freelance work. Now, this is the time to make money online if you are talented, skilled and willing to sit for a couple of hours and thinking for the future.
1. Upwork
2. Guru
3. fiverr
4. Freelancer
5. 99 Designs
6. Peopleperhour
7. Toptal
8. Craigslist
The freelance economy is rapidly rising. It is taken by many as the work of mode for the future. Many people in the USA are quitting their full-time job and have opted to freelance. It gives them the freedom to work at their own pace and make money. One in three Americans is freelancing. Based on the ‘Bureau of Labor Statistics’ estimate, 53.7 million people are doing freelance work (part time, full time) in the USA which says a lot about this working model. In 2019, 57 million Americans freelanced. If you’re wondering, that’s a third of the total American workforce. Freelancing now accounts for 5% of the United States GDP with more than $1 trillion of annual earnings coming from freelancing in 2018. In an economy that has been moving away from industrial manufacturing toward services for the past few decades, this is not entirely surprising. But adapting to the new job market is not the only reason why freelancing has become the favorite choice of so many American workers, especially the young ones The freelancing trend doesn’t seem to be slowing down – the share of full-time freelancers went from 14% of the US Workforce in 2014 to 28% in 2019 – and nothing indicates that it will. For one, none of the factors triggering it – unaffordable cities, the search for a more balanced lifestyle – are going away anytime soon. And second, businesses and politicians are starting to pay attention which means more systems and technology to support this major economic transition are being developed.
Freelancers’ Perspectives on Skills and Training 89% of freelancers wish education better prepared them for freelance work. If they could go back, 52% of freelancers say they would replace their college education entirely with training tailored to their current work. 81% of freelancers find freelance business skills are important to their work and would like additional training. The top three areas they would like additional training on are 1) networking, 2) new skills in their field and 3) how to start and grow a freelance career. 78% of freelancers agree that soft skills are at least equally as important as technical skills to succeed in their work. Freelancers are more likely to participate in training, with 54% having done so in the last 6 months versus only 40% of non-freelancers. Skilled freelancers are even more likely to train themselves, with 65% having done so in the last 6 months.
What is a bid proposal?
Primarily, a bid proposal is very specific summary of why you are qualified to undertake the job. It does more than initiate a friendly greeting to the buyer and express interest in the job. Your bid proposal allows you to state what your qualifications are and how your background would allow you to perform the specific job with excellence, accuracy, and on deadline.
Your qualifications may include:
1) Skills
2) Education
3) Past projects
4) Experience
5) Results
As to specifics, it’s essential that you specify how much you’re bidding for a project (in dollars or in other currency) and how long you will need to accomplish it (in turnaround time).
How to present your bid A successful bid proposal persuades the buyer to award the job to you. Although you have little to no control over whom the buyer chooses, you have complete control over how you write and present your bid. So, if you’d like to present it right, here are the top 10 tips on how to write a competitive bid proposal:
Tip #1: Don’t bid on every project. To bid or not to bid—that is the empirical question! Honestly, you don’t have to exhaust yourself by bidding on every single project. Did you know Freelancer.com has over 2,000 writing-related jobs on which to bid at any given time? Obviously, you can only bid on a small fraction of jobs. You can always expect more promising jobs to come your way. If you’ve worked in a dynamic environment such as Freelancer.com or Elance.com, you’ll notice each time you log into your account, buyers across the world are posting new jobs.
Tip #2: Always read the project details beforehand. In every writing assignment, the specs are important. Included in the project details, the buyer specifies exactly what the project includes and what he expects the freelancer to accomplish. In assessing the buyer’s job description, ask the following questions: Do you qualify for the niche? Can you write on the topic with expertise? If you say Yes! on both counts, include relevant samples or references along with your bid.
Tip #3: Avoid scripted bid proposals. Scripted bid proposals sound too mechanical. The most INEXPERIENCED freelancers write hackneyed bid proposals. When your bid looks and sounds the same as all the other bids, you sound like you’re only interested in winning the project itself and not meeting your buyer’s standards and expectations. Here is one more tip: Never just post a resume as a substitute for writing a competent, conversational bid proposal. Posting just a resume in reply to a job opening is a lazy (and foolish) way of showing you do not know how to address the buyer’s specific needs. Sure, you can post your resume as part of your portfolio or samples, but not as a way of addressing the buyer directly.
Tip #4: Don’t sound impersonal. Since scripted proposals sound forced, they also come across as artificial. Impersonal in approach, they generally fail to impress or appeal to a client’s sense of approval. Tip #5: Avoid being too hasty in committing your time. Although there’s a sense of urgency to bidding, you should never be too hasty. Never commit to a project unless you’re prepared to deliver. Since the element of time is a crucial factor, think ahead and plan your schedule in order to meet all your deadlines.
How to get started as a Freelancer? The process is very simple if you want to make money as a freelancer.
Signup (Free) on freelance marketplaces like Upwork, Guru, Freelancer.com, Peopleperhour or Fiverr. Create your profile and tell about the service you want to offer.
Present your experience and portfolio. If you do not have a portfolio as a beginner, I would suggest offering your services FREE to the people around you and create your portfolio. You will be doing a great favour to yourself by investing your time towards a goal. A goal is to be presentable on a marketplace with a portfolio to showcase.
Create an introductory video about yourself and your skill. A good one and half minute video could do wonders. In an online world, the only way your potential client can see you is by watching you and your services on a video. You do not get a chance to see your client in person and convince them over a coffee table to hire you. Video is the only way to convince them and If the video is nicely created, you are in for a big chance to win a good contract. Once you have created your profile, you need to focus on your communication skill because, in the freelance marketplace, you have to convince the client about why you are the right choice for their business.
Before you start your freelance business, you need to get very clear on why you want to start freelancing in the first place. Once you have your bigger picture goals in mind, how you utilize your limited amount of time will greatly determine your level of success with freelancing.
1. Define Your Goals
Without clearly defined, easily measurable goals, you’re going to have a very difficult time getting to where you want to go.
2. Find a Profitable Niche
Let’s assume you’re a graphic designer by trade, or you’ve at least been building your skills with Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop in your free time. Clearly, there are a lot of competitors in your industry that’ll be willing to charge much lower rates than you, no matter what you do. There are people from all around the world with lower costs of living that’ll always be willing to accept lesser-paid gigs than you. Get over the idea of trying to compete on price as a freelancer, right now.
3. Identify Your Target Clients
Just as important as finding a profitable niche, is attracting the right types of clients for your freelance business. As you’re just starting your freelance business, it’s fine to take a bit more of a shotgun approach to landing a few clients. Make some initial assumptions about who you want to work with, target them first, and after working with a few of them, you’ll develop a very clear sense of whether or not you want to continue pursuing similar clients. Since starting my freelance business, I’ve honed my target client profile over time to matching only two very specific types of businesses. High-growth tech startups and business influencers with well-established personal brands. The primary reasons I’ve narrowed down the focus of my freelance business this far, is because I work best these types of (very similar) clients, and they both run in similar circles that lead to frequent referrals. I’m building my reputation within my niche.
4. Set Strategic Prices for Your Services
I’ve spoken a lot about setting the right prices for your freelance business before you get started. I even architected an infographic that walks you through the process of setting your freelance hourly rate. From a pure numbers perspective, this freelance rate explorer from Bonsai is as good as it gets for determining what your expected hourly rate should be for your industry—in order to see if your rates will meet your income goals and expense levels. There are tons of great tools out there for double-checking that you’re charging enough to afford the lifestyle you want to live, but I recommend starting to determine your pricing strategy with a very different progression in mind. Remember, you need to price yourself based on the value you deliver, not based on what your competitors are charging.

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