Where to get freelance?
Topic: Web design business plans
May 22, 2019 / By Cheyenne Question:
I am web-developer *** designer, been working for 4 year and have developed several websites which are currently on web today!
but i am still looking for night work, so called freelance, where can i search for freelance jobs (comfortable working at night)?
any idea please help!
Best Answers: Where to get freelance?
Aspen | 9 days ago
You can try to bid on jobs in places like rentacoder.com, elance.com and guru.com. Frankly, I avoid all of em though. They are plagued with people who do not know the value of work. You will see jobs such as "FACE BOOK CLONE NEEDED BY FRIDAY", listed for 250 dollars...you couldn't get a qualified web developer to work for 250 dollars per HOUR let alone the entire job. The people who go there are a bit clueless...most have business plans that look like this:
1. Hire web designer
All is not lost. There are some GREAT ways you can still make money using the web to find jobs. 99Designs.com is one of my favorites. It is competitive, but you can keep entering the same design until it sells. Basically, this kind of site let's you design however you want, then sell it to someone who likes the style...rather than listen to someone tell you what they want...when they actually have no clue and will change what they want 600 times before you get the first prototype done.
Check out this link for a ton of options:
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Originally Answered: Freelance writing?
1. recommendation for a book to read:June Campbell's "Writing For Magazines" (see here: How to Write Business Plans, Business Proposals, JV Contracts, Human Resource Package, More! No-cost ebook "Beginners Guide to Ecommerce". Business Writing by Nightcats Multimedia Productions http://www.nightcats.com) she has sample letters etc
2. AC (Associated Content)- http://tinyurl.com/2yp9cc here you can submit your stories etc to be read by the public with your byline
3.Worldwide Freelance Writer -this is a newsletter that offers a job bank for writers; sign up here: http://www.worldwidefreelance.com
4. you can do a search for "article directories" and submit your articles (here you do not get paid, but you can establish a protfolio of your work)
5. do a search on the job boards for "writer" frelance writing, and do look into guru.com, e-lance.com and a search on your favorite search engine for "freelance writing jobs"
I hope this is a helpful start!
Originally Answered: Freelance writing?
A freelance writer is a writer who works on a self-employed basis. They can work for just one magazine or, more often, they write for several different publications at a time. The more diverse a writer can be, the more likely they are to be published and paid for their work.There are many different kinds of freelance writing, such as business writing, marketing writing or web writing. On the other hand, some freelancers focus solely on querying and writing for magazines, anthologies or newspapers, while still others serve non-profits through grantwriting and proposal development. Once you dive into the world of freelance writing, you'll begin to have a good grip on your strengths and weaknesses, and be able to target the jobs that best showcase your abilities.
Craigslist... also hit up marketing and publishing company websites. My company hires LOTS of freelancers just based on craigslist ads.
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Freelance switch has a good job board. http://jobs.freelanceswitch.com/
Craigslist is OK, but the people willing to hire are usually cheapskates.
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Originally Answered: What is this freelance writing?
Yeah. You write articles geared to specific markets (magazine, newspapers, Internet sites) then you talk the editors for those places into buying your articles. Once you get someone to buy, then you start getting a name for yourself and you keep going, until you have a group of editors who come to you to write articles.
Generally speaking, they want the articles to be current, and once they come to you, they want them both fast and good.
Piece of cake. Ha! (Not my cup of tea. lol)