The first time I had to look for freelancers on freelance job boards, I was terrified what little percentage of the applicants actually read the job post and what it’s for. It makes a very bad first impression if you apply to all jobs and if you do it with a recycled freelance cover letter – it often is irrelevant and demonstrates your lack of attention to detail or interest in general.
Whether you are a content writer or a small business owner who’s trying to figure out where to start with their marketing, remember – positive words do matter. And here’s a quick overview why. Choose your words wisely – people might just remember what you say. I see so many websites that tell their readers […]
Today I shall say why PayPal and Skrill (Moneybookers) are my preferred freelance payment methods and will share a few tips and tricks why have both active and how to get the most out of them.
Many people have the wrong perception of what being a freelancer and working from home actually means. I think it’s completely wrong to see freelance work as something temporary or as a desperate way out of the financial crisis. Let me draw your attention to the 5 most common myths about being a freelancer.
There are 2 types of freelance jobs on freelance job boards like oDesk, Elance, etc. – let’s call them hourly assignments and fixed price jobs. Soon we will talk about applying to freelance jobs successfully and interviewing process as a freelancer but in the meantime – let’s see how to decide on your own which type of freelance jobs is for you.