How to Start Your Freelance Career (Part 2)

hoangvietnam By hoangvietnam, 5th Jul 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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In this part, I will give you some tips to start your freelance career and to improve your career.

How to Start Your Freelance Career (Part 2)

At the last part, I’ve given you some tips to analyse your oportunity to become a successful freelancer. And base on these tips, you can identify your abilities and weaknesses too.

In this part, I will give you some tips to start your freelance career and to improve your career.

1. Start a freelance career

The world of freelancer is the world of oportunities and challenges. If you win in that world, the reward for you is not just cash and reputation, it’s also the freedom that you can not gain from the other job.

2. Have a website of your own

There are a few freelancers think about making a website to promote their abilities. But if you want to success in your freelance career, a website is very necessary for you. On your website, you can add your information, your abilities, your samples so that the customers can view and decide to use your service easily.

3. Know how to find a job online

There are several website to help you find a freelance job. Some of them will ask you to pay a little amount of fee. You can search on Google to find out some websites.

4. Promote yourself as more as possible

You can promote yourself on the freelance forums. And if you join in some freelance job website, build your profile carefully, your profile will be your online CV.

5. Communicating with your customers frequently

You need to keep the communication as often as possible. When you have a question, meet a problem, you need to ask them immediately. Your customers won’t like to see the work is finished in wrong way.

Or when you finish a step, you need to report for your customers as soon as possible so that your customer can review the process of your work easily.

6. Take care of the payment term

You don’t want to work hard and receive nothing, right? You need to ask your customers to deposit a certaint amount of your commission before start working, eventhough you are hired to work for a monthy salary job.

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