What is Freelancing?
Any work you do for other people, outside your job and doing that gets you paid.
If you are a blogger and you struggle with
writing content for a particular topic
coming up with great design and User Interface elements for your blog,
SEO of your blog
Autonomy in terms of your service and clients you wish to work with
helps you build a better portfolio, resume, and land a high paid job.
You can lead a lifestyle-centric life. You can choose the number of hours, weeks and days; and achieve a greater work-life balance.
It lowers your commute cost - comfort of your own home benefits
Working out of Cafés sometimes can be deeply inspiring, especially for the creative crowd.
You can Travel while working.
5 Steps to Freelancing
Identifying a service to sell
Pitching your service
Doing the actual work and Getting Paid.
Creating Case study and marketing your work.
1. Identify a service to sell:
Find out what you like
Find out what you are good at and where you can add value to other business.
2. Pitch your service
Personally pitching your service.
Pitching At Co-Working Space
Website as your Pitch
Having an online portfolio validates skills more eloquently.
It Helps to get more exposure to international clients.
Validates your cost in terms of your skills.
3. Quote your terms and cost
Template for quotes, Terms, Bills
DIscuss Upfront what can be shared publically
( Hourly rate * Approx. number of hours ) * 1.1
Hourly Rate * Number of Hours
(Including/excluding Breaks )
Advance 40% , Intermediate 30% , Final Payment 30%
Advance 50% , Final Payment 50%
raise the bill/invoice at end of the month.
4. Work and Getting Paid
Finish your work on time
Passive Aggressive Communication
"We custom solutions for success"
"We help you to reach
TOP 10 in Google Search'
5. Create a Case Study out of it and Market yourself.
Your Method, Ideas, Process
Achievements, Results and Testimonials.
Should I leave my current job?
Should I not work anywhere and wait for a freelance opportunity?
Design Your Website
Your Website is always your first brand touch point.
MAKE IT SPECIAL
Your Website is always your first brand touch point. Make it special.
Know what you want your brand to look like before a designer sends it to you. Your users are going to identify you with your brand
Non - Verbal Form of Communication
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