You might think social media interactions are a simple thing to do. Truth is many are missing on countless opportunities when just saying “Thank you” to someone who has re-shared your update. Read on to see how to bring the conversation to the next level.
By now, we all know how important it is to follow the potential client’s instructions in their freelance job post when applying to a project. Today, I will show you how the client sees our freelance application on oDesk and how easy it is to filter the candidates because they failed to follow instructions or don’t meet the requirements. It is also as easy to report freelancers as spam due to obvious mismatch or for sending a recycled cover letter.
One of my favorite fellow bloggers, Kirsty Stuart, recently published an e-book about travel blogging. No wait, it’s more than just an “e-book about travel blogging”! It’s about starting a travel blog and more importantly, teaching travel bloggers how to make a good living out of it. Read on to see my full ebook review.
Provided you already know a bit about spotting bad clients, we will make a step further today and see how to learn more about our potential freelance clients by looking at their job posts. For the purposes of this blog post, I will look through random job posts on oDesk and post screenshots from there or illustrative purposes.
Maybe you’ve heard that Facebook rolled out larger images on Facebook – both for their links share posts and ads. Meaning: when you share a link to your Facebook page (or profile), along with the link title and description Facebook will no longer fetch a thumbnail but a nice large image instead.