Friday, August 22, 2014

Another successful earning sheet

Hello guys,
This is my latest pay sheet. Might not be much for some people. But for me it is a big sum. I live in a Asian country and the currency rate for US$ s is around 140. So multiple this amount in 140 and see the result.


And I didn't spent a cent while earning this amount. The only skill I have as a freelancer is writing. Anyway my writing skills are not the best. My English has many short comings. So considering these facts I can be totally proud of what I earn.

For those who have more talents the earning possibilities with freelancer is limitless.

If you are interested in freelancing and new their please don't forget to visit their "contests" section. Anyone can join these and these are pre-paid. So the winner always gets paid. This section is usually good for people with graphic designing skills, programmers and web site developers. Every day new projects are added. While trying to win bids try to win contests as well.

To go to contests section,

Go to freelancer - go to "brows projects"- go to "brows contests".

Friday, August 15, 2014

AdSense alternative

Guys! I found a very good alternative for Adsense. I tried to add AdSense to this site several time. Eventually it ended up with  a refusal. Ever since I tried several advertising alternatives. The best alternative I found so far is Chitika. They are good; pay good money and easy to install. Well if you have some kind of a blog or website and Adsense not working for you I suggest you to try Chitika. I use it as a supportive incoming source.

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Tips for New Freelancers

The following article is originally published in FREELANCER.COM. I though this could be useful for people who are willing to enter into this field.

Tips for New Freelancers

Freelance contracting is becoming increasingly popular in today’s society, and with good reason. With economic crises and unstable job markets worldwide, it makes sense to use your skills and talents to build a business of your own. Freelancing offers many advantages for motivated individuals, including such perks as setting your own hours and days off. On the other hand, there are a number of ways things can go very wrong. It’s important to know the risks and how to avoid them. There are also a number of things you can do to increase the odds of your success.

First of all, using to search for and obtain work in your field(s) is, of course, a step in the right direction. By providing the marketplace for service providers and prospective employers around the globe, we reduce the time and costs involved in soliciting work for your business.

There are several things new freelancers should consider carefully, from the beginning of the bidding process to delivering the final product. By using the tools provides wisely, service providers can protect their interests and build a reputation for themselves quickly.

No matter what type of project, always look at the employer’s profile and feedback (if any exists). While the profile information may be sketchy and there’s no guarantee of accuracy, experienced service buyers often provide enough profile information to let a freelancer know who he or she is dealing with. Likewise, the lack of profile information may indicate either a new service buyer or one with something to hide. Feedback, if available, is indispensable in providing an overview of how an employer has dealt with past contractors. It pays to know as much as possible about an employer before you consider entering into a contract.

Once you’ve decided to bid on a project, follow the steps outlined in our article titled “10 Tips for Writing an Effective Proposal”. Using these guidelines will help increase your chances of being hired. During the bidding process, use the Project Clarification Board as necessary to be sure you and the employer both understand exactly what will be provided, when and how much pay you expect.

Before accepting a project award, be sure to go over the project details again carefully. If there are possible issues, contact the employer to resolve these before you commit to the project. Better to pass up a job than to accept it with too many unknowns.

Depending on the size of the project, you may want to work out milestone payments as portions of the project are completed. Most employers will agree to this on larger projects. It’s also not unusual for freelancers to ask for an up-front payment on large-scale projects, but many employers will be hesitant to do this for contractors without feedback. Remember that there are risks on both sides of a freelance contract. Freelancers and employers alike should consider using's Milestone Payment service, for the protection of both parties.

Finally, gaining positive feedback is one way to build your reputation quickly. Most employers will be happy to provide good feedback for a service provider after a successful project, but it’s important to remember that you must be paid through in order to receive feedback.

Good luck and happy freelancing!

Friday, August 1, 2014

10 Skills Employers look for in a Freelancer

Here's a list of the top freelancer skills that employers  are seeking to hire on Freelancer right now:
  • 1. PHP
  • 2. Graphic Design
  • 3. Web Design
  • 4. HTML
  • 5. Data Entry
  • 6. Mobile Phone
  • 7. Excel
  • 8. Internet Marketing
  • 9. iPhone
  • 10. WordPress

  • So If you have right set of skills, don't miss this opportunity to make some serious cash!
Visit freelancer site right now!

Thursday, July 31, 2014

more about freelancer

 is the world's largest freelancing, outsourcing and crowdsourcing marketplace.

Overview is the world's largest freelancing, outsourcing and crowdsourcing marketplace by number of users and projects. We connect over 11,835,795 employers and freelancers globally from over 247 countries, regions and territories. Through our marketplace, employers can hire freelancers to do work in areas such as software development, writing, data entry and design right through to engineering, the sciences, sales and marketing, accounting and legal services.
Freelancer Limited is trading on the Australian Securities Exchange under the ticker ASX:FLN



Freelancer Limited
Registered Office
Level 20, World Square
680 George Street
Sydney, New South Wales
Australia 2000
ACN 141 959 042

Provenance has acquired several outsourcing marketplaces including and (founded by Magnus Tibell in 2004, Sweden), LimeExchange (a former business of Lime Labs LLC, USA), (founded by Rene Trescases in 2001, Canada, one of the early pioneers in freelancing), Booking Center (Germany), (United Kingdom), (USA), a forum for webmasters, Rent-A-Coder and vWorker (founded by Ian Ippolito, USA, another early innovator in the freelance marketplace space).


Monday, March 10, 2014

Meet the team behind Freelancer company

Meet the team behind Freelancer company
  • Matt Barrie

    Matt Barrie

    Chief Executive Officer & Chairman

    BE (Hons I) BSc (Hons I) GDipAppFin MAppFin MSEE (Stanford) GAICD SEP FIEAust
    Matt Barrie is an award winning entrepreneur, technologist and lecturer, having won numerous awards including being named the inaugural BRW Entrepreneur of the Year in 2011. Matt was previously founder and CEO of Sensory Networks Inc., a vendor of high performance network security processors, which Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) announced in 2013 it was acquiring. Matt is also an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering at the University of Sydney, where for the last 12 years he has taught Cryptography, and from 2010, Technology Entrepreneurship. He is the co-author of over 20 US patent applications.
    Matt is a prolific speaker and has spoken at, or featured in; the Summit Series, the New York Times, Bloomberg TV, The Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, The Atlantic, Switzer, BRW and The Economist. In 2012, he was selected out of a field of 600 presenters to be one of 21 featured speakers at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas (SXSW), which is one of the world’s largest interactive, music, film and technology festivals.
    In 2006, he was awarded the State Pearcey Award for contribution to the IT&T industry. In 2010, he was named Alumnus of the Year for the Faculty of Engineering and IT at the University of Sydney.
    In 2011, SmartCompany named him in the 11 most influential Australians in IT. In 2011, he was named inaugural BRW Entrepreneur of the Year. He was also the winner of the technology category in the National Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards for 2011.
    In 2012, he was named in the top 100 most influential engineers by Engineers Australia, and a 2012 Man of Influence by Men’s Style Magazine. In this year he also completed the Executive Program at Singularity University. In 2013, he was named in the top 10 Australian entrepreneurs to watch in 2013 by SmartCompany, the Blackberry Young Technology Entrepreneur of the Year by News Limited, a Silver Stevie in the International Business Awards for Executive of the Year in Internet/New Media, and again in the top 100 most influential engineers by Engineers Australia.
    Matt has first class honours degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Sydney, a Masters in Applied Finance from Macquarie University, and a Masters in Electrical Engineering from Stanford, California. He is a graduate of the Stanford Executive Program at the Graduate School of Business. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Engineers Australia and Councillor of the Electrical and Information Engineering Foundation at the University of Sydney.
    Matt is regularly invited to speak at the world’s leading entrepreneurship, internet and business conferences/forums. He is also one of the worldwide Linkedin Influencers, along with Richard Branson, Barack Obama and Deepak Chopra, where he writes on the topics of entrepreneurship and technology.
    For enquiries relating to speaking engagements, please
  • Darren Williams

    Darren Williams

    Chief Technology Officer

    BSc (Hons I) PhD (Computer Science) MAICD
    Darren is Executive Director and Chief Technology Officer of Freelancer. In these roles, he is responsible for strategic leadership of the company’s operating and technical direction.
    Darren has experience in computer security, protocols, networking and software. Prior to joining Freelancer, Darren was a co-founder of Sensory Networks, a venture-backed network security hardware company, where he held the roles of Chief Technology Officer and subsequently Chief Executive Officer. Darren previously lectured in Computer Science at the University of Sydney in a variety of areas to postgraduates and undergraduates.
    Darren has authored numerous articles, patents and papers relating to security technology, software and networking, and has spoken at a number of international conferences. Darren holds a first class honours degree in Computer Science and a Ph.D. in Computer Science specialising in computer networking from the University of Sydney.
  • Simon

    Simon Clausen

    Non-Executive Director

    Simon is a founding investor of Freelancer. Simon has more than 17 years experience in high growth technology businesses in both Australia and the United States. His technical expertise includes proficiency in multiple software development languages, computer security and vulnerability analysis, and he is co-author and inventor of a number of technology patents.
    Focusing on consumer-centric software and Internet enabled technology he founded, and was CEO of WinGuides, which later became PC Tools. With Simon as CEO PC Tools grew to over $100 million dollars in revenue, more than 250 employees and offices in 7 countries. PC Tools was acquired by Symantec Corporation (NASDAQ:SYMC) in October 2008 in one of Australia’s largest ever technology acquisitions at the time. Following the acquisition Simon became a Vice President at Symantec, before leaving in 2009 and founding Startive Ventures, a specialised technology venture fund. Today, Startive actively maintains investments in a number of successful global start-ups and Simon acts as a Director and advisor to companies around the world.
  • Neil Katz

    Neil Katz

    Chief Financial Officer

    B Com (Hons) ACA
    Neil Katz is the Chief Financial Officer at Freelancer and is responsible for the finance and administration functions of the Company. Since joining Freelancer in May 2009, Neil has been an integral part of the management team and has been involved in establishing the financial disciplines and internal controls of the Group.
    Neil has over 20 years experience in finance, accounting and general management. Neil has held CFO roles at a number of technology companies, including IPscape, Threatmetrix, Sensory Networks and Aptrix. Neil has experience and been involved in numerous private equity and venture capital raisings, obtaining multiple government grants, corporate restructuring and trade sale activities. In particular, Neil was involved in the sale of Aptrix to IBM. In these previous roles, Neil has provided financial guidance to assist in the growth and international expansion of these businesses. Neil has also provided consulting services to a number of smaller technology start-up companies in areas of commercialisation strategies and capital raising.
    Prior to his roles within the technology sector, Neil held senior finance positions in distribution and retail sectors, including at Checkpoint Systems.
    Neil holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree in Financial Management obtained from the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
  • David

    David Harrison

    Vice President, Engineering

    BCST / EPGC (Stanford)
    David Harrison is the Vice President of Engineering at Freelancer, and has been responsible for leading the engineering team in its design and implementation of the web-scale features that have allowed Freelancer’s websites to handle the growth in web traffic that has been experienced. David has also led the Company’s adoption of cloud based technologies, realtime systems, and service oriented architectures. He is also a co-author of a patent application.
    Previously, David was the Chief Technical Officer at 3rdSense, a company specialising in casual gaming and online gaming networks. Prior to that, David was a partner in an IT security consultancy business providing auditing and secured infrastructure services. David has spoken on technology issues and entrepreneurship and has spoken at various events including CeBIT Cloud 2013, the AllWorld Summit@Harvard, Chicago Techweek, the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Dubai, Digital Jam 2.0 with the World Bank (Kingston, Jamaica) and at the Sydney Vivid Festival. David has previously presented on cloud technology at Amazon Web Services summits and featured in publications such as TechWorld, The Australian, the Australian Financial Review MIS and on Sky News. David has also guest lectured at the University of Sydney, the University of Melbourne and Macquarie University on topics including software engineering, scalable infrastructure and IT management.
    David holds a Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology from the University of Sydney.
  • Willix

    Willix Halim

    Vice President of Growth

    B Eng (Mechatronics) (Hons I) / B Computer Science / EPGC (Stanford)
    Willix Halim is the Vice President of Growth at Freelancer and manages the growth team, which is responsible for the strategy, product management, data science and analytics functions of the company. Willix manages a technical and multi-disciplinary team consisting of data scientists, engineers, mathematicians, statisticians, physicists and product managers.
    Willix conducts speaking engagements internationally and has recently spoken at or featured in AdTech Marketing, SparxUp, Techinasia, e27, Echelon Ignite, Tempo. co, Bloomberg Indonesia, Media Indonesia, Kompas and DailySocial. Willix also lectures at universities on topics such as growth, strategy, data warehousing and analytics.
    Previously, Willix was a lead engineer at Honeywell Inc., a global provider of automation and control solutions. Prior to that, Willix was a commercialisation product manager at the CSIRO.
    Willix grew up in Indonesia and graduated as valedictorian with first class honours degrees in Mechatronics Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Melbourne. Willix recently completed the Stanford Executive Program For Growing Companies at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
  • Greg

    Greg Robinson

    Vice President, Compliance

    ACI, SA Fin
    Greg Robinson is the Vice President of Compliance at Freelancer. Greg oversees the overall compliance environment within the Company. In this role, Greg is responsible for the development and maintenance of the governance and compliance risk programs to support the business.
    Before joining Freelancer, Greg worked for PayPal Australia as Head of Compliance Programs and was part of the initial executive team which launched PayPal into the Australian market in 2005. Greg worked for Colonial First State Investments Limited from 1998 to 2004, as Head of Compliance with responsibility for implementation and management of the compliance governance framework. Prior to that, Greg held senior positions with Perpetual Limited for more than 13 years.
    Greg has relevant experience working as a compliance professional and has spent a large part of the past 10 years focusing on governance and compliance issues in the online environment. Greg is a Senior Associate of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia and an Associate of the Australasian Compliance Institute.
  • Isla

    Isla Hale

    Director, Legal

    LLB (Hons)
    Isla Hale is the Director of Legal, responsible for legal matters pertaining to the Company.
    Prior to joining Freelancer Isla was Senior Legal Counsel at eBay Australia for 6 years, and has experience advising on legal issues connected to the online environment such as digital advertising and marketing, privacy, intellectual property, fraud prevention measures and commercial deals. Isla also spent 4 years with Zurich Financial Services in the UK and Australia, predominantly advising on commercial contracts, software licenses, outsourcing, intellectual property, privacy and employment law. Isla also has several years of experience in private practice with a focus on corporate law.
    Isla holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a post graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, both from the University of Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Brone

    Brone Roze

    Director, Finance

    B Com / LLB (Hons)
    Brone Roze is the Director of Finance at Freelancer. His primary responsibility is to support the CFO and he is accountable for collating, preparing and interpreting reports, budgets, accounts, commentaries and financial statements. Brone will be instrumental in providing financial and strategic analysis of all potential M&A activities, risk assessments and business modelling for new products and services as well as undertaking financial analysis of long term business plans.
    Brone joins Freelancer from KPMG Corporate Finance where he was Associate Director, Mergers & Acquisitions. Whilst at KMPG, Brone was responsible for the project management and coordination in the execution of a number of public market and private treaty transactions as well as strategic and corporate advisory engagements. Prior to working at KPMG, Brone held positions at both ABN AMRO Australia & New Zealand as well as Macquarie Group Limited.
    Brone has previously had a public market transaction focus with both a relevant academic background and transaction experience. Brone has an established track record in providing strategic advice within the Australian legal and regulatory environment. Brone holds a double degree consisting of a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Finance and a Bachelor of Laws for which he was awarded Second Class Honours from the University of New South Wales. Brone is currently undertaking a Master of Laws at the University of Sydney.
  • Adam

    Adam Byrnes

    International Director

    BE (Electrical) (Hons I) / BSc (Adv) (Physics)
    Adam Byrnes is responsible for expanding Freelancer across the world, particularly into markets that are dominated by non-english native speakers, such as Asia and Latin-America. He leads teams in public relations, content, marketing and translation, and has been responsible for launching Freelancer’s websites internationally, including 40 dedicated regional sites and 31 languages.
    Prior to joining Freelancer, Adam worked as a physics researcher at the University of Sydney in the field of photonics. During this time, he co-authored a number of academic papers in major physics journals and presented his work at the CLEO conference in California. Adam has also worked in information technology for Macquarie Group and Aalborg Industries.
    Adam holds a first-class honours degree in Electrical Engineering and Advanced Physics from the University of Sydney, and studied abroad at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
  • Nikki

    Nikki Parker

    Regional Director, North America & Oceania

    Bachelor of International Studies
    Nikki Parker is responsible for marketing and communications across North America, Australia and New Zealand. Nikki leads a team of communications and marketing experts who work with business, partners and the media to grow Freelancer across these regions. Nikki is a company media spokesperson and represents Freelancer as a speaker at industry events globally.
    Before joining Freelancer, Nikki worked as a media advisor and manager of stakeholder relations at the National Broadband Network (NBN Co), Australia’s government owned national open access data network project, mandated to provide high speed broadband to 100% of the country through a mixture of fibre, fixed wireless and satellite technologies. During her time at NBN Co, Nikki worked with businesses across a diverse range of industries as well as local, state and federal government to capitalise on the rollout of the national network infrastructure project.
    Nikki holds a degree in International Studies, majoring in Sociology, from the University of Sydney.
  • sebastian

    Sebastián Siseles

    Regional Director, Latin America

    JD (University of Buenos Aires) / Marketing Diploma (FAECC, Argentina) / MBA (Candidate 2014, University of Pittsburgh)
    Sebastián Siseles is in charge of the Company’s operations across Latin America, leading a team of country managers, PR and communications professionals, driving the growth of Freelancer in this emerging market. An Argentine entrepreneur, lawyer and marketing professional, specialising in corporate finance and M&A, Sebastián possesses relevant management and interpersonal communication skills, and has taken post-graduate courses at the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange and the Southwestern University School of Law on International Business Transactions.
    Sebastián is currently pursuing an EMBA at Katz Business School, University of Pittsburgh (expected 2014). Prior to joining Freelancer, Sebastián cofounded Weemba, an Internet financial website that connects commercial and individual borrowers with professional lenders in a non-traditional “social network” format. Sebastián has also served as President, Director, General Counsel, and COO in different Internet and non-technology companies, and is also a former advisor to the Argentine Ministry of Justice and Argentine National Senate regarding general corporations law, treasury and public budget issues.
  • bill

    Bill Little

    Regional Director, Europe

    BA English Lit (Hons I)
    Bill Little is in charge of the Company’s operations across Europe, leading a team of country managers, PR and communications professionals, driving the growth of Freelancer across this market. Bill has previously been in charge of rolling out Freelancer sites to Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, and Turkey.
    Prior to Freelancer, Bill worked as a journalist for various media organisations, including the FT, the Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph as well as making documentaries for the BBC. He is also a published author. Bill has set up businesses and worked as a freelancer. Bill now also travels across Europe giving talks to help businesses get the most out of Freelancer.
    Bill is Freelancer’s primary European business expert at the centre of the technological advances that are influencing the business world today.
    Bill holds a first class honours degree in English Literature from Hull University.
  • Joe

    Joe Griston

    Director, People & Talent

    BSc (Computer Science)
    Joe Griston is the Director of People and Talent at Freelancer. He is responsible for attracting expertise into the organisation whilst establishing a culture that ensures both Freelancer and its employees thrive and prosper.
    After starting his career as part of the first programming team for BAA in the United Kingdom, Joe then assisted in establishing Centre4 Testing, one of the world’s premier software testing organisations providing specialist quality assurance resources and consultancy services into the UK and European markets. After enjoying 8 successful years in London he moved to Australia in early 2010 and has since been concentrating on delivering talent solutions across the Australian and Asia-Pacific market.
    Joe holds a degree in Computer Science from Liverpool John Moores University.
  • Alaistair

    Alaister Low

    Director of Customer Experience

    BCom BArts - Internet Studies
    Alaister Low is the Director of Customer Experience at He is a seasoned marketing professional with extensive experience in online relationship marketing, customer service and sales. He is responsible for managing the entire customer experience team at, working on processes to improve the overall online customer support process.
    Prior to this, Alaister held the position of Online Marketing Manager at for 2 and a half years, heading the company's online marketing efforts. During his time, the company hit many milestones where he played a crucial role, including growth to 4 million global users from under 500,000 and growing the site to within the top 300 trafficked websites worldwide according to Alexa.
    Alaister is a well known thought leader and speaker in the field of Internet marketing, and has presented at conferences for many different industries, as well as published a number of e-books in the field. Earlier in his career Alaister consulted to businesses to help with their customer acquisition strategy and online marketing.
    He has also worked in sales positions selling advertising to some of the largest consumer retailers in Australia.
  • Evan

    Evan Tan

    Regional Director - South East Asia

    BA Mass Communications
    Evan Tan leads a team of PR and communications professionals spread across Asia, which ensure that is the top-of-mind online outsourcing and crowdsourcing marketplace in the region. Evan and his team’s duties involve partnering with local media and stakeholders who are aligned with’s aim to provide time- and cost-efficient outsourcing and crowdsourcing opportunities for small businesses in Asia.
    A Mass Communications Major in Advertising, Evan graduated from the Lyceum of the Philippines University and has trained under the veteran communication experts at McCann-Erickson, Philippines. He has also worked for the Philippines’ oldest existing English newspaper, The Manila Times. During his stint with multi-awarded marketing communications agency GeiserMaclang, he won clients numerous citations from the Philippine Quill Awards and the Philippine Anvil Awards.
    Evan was also part of the team which launched A Liter of Light, a grassroots solar lighting campaign by non-profit organization MyShelter Foundation, which aims to provide economically- and ecologically-sustainable lighting for underprivileged families’ homes. This globally-recognized project is currently being adopted in numerous countries such as Bangladesh, Gambia, and Peru.   

Saturday, February 8, 2014

latest statistics...

see. this is my latest pay sheet. (Check the date below). This might be a little amount. But it is for real.

Friday, February 7, 2014

10 Tips for Writing an Effective Bid

These tips are originally from FREELANCER. Read them carefully and try to be a winning bidder and earn money.

With thousands of freelancers competing for jobs and perhaps a hundred or more bidding on the same job, how do you make your bid stand out from the rest? The fact is each employer is as different as each freelancer, so there really isn’t a “magic formula” that works for every bid. There are, however some important steps you can take to increase the chances that a prospective employer will consider your bid seriously. Here are ten simple tips for writing an effective bid:
1. Read the project description carefully. After all, if the employer doesn’t feel you understand the project, you’re not likely to win the bidding. Besides, many employers will ask for specific details that you need to be aware of. In fact, employers often include a phrase that must be included in your bid in order to have it considered. The bottom line is, you should always take the time to go through the description thoroughly.
2. If you have questions, use the Project Clarification Board. Winning a project without knowing exactly what you’re getting into isn’t a good situation for you or the service buyer.
3. Keep your bid clear, concise and to the point. Remember that the employer may have dozens or even hundreds of bids to consider. It’s very likely that every word of every bid isn’t going to be read. Bids with unnecessarily long descriptions may be skipped over completely. Don’t invite the employer to ignore your bid by making it too wordy.
4. State your terms clearly. Using the project description as a guide, be as precise as possible in stating exactly what you’ll provide, how much it will cost, and how long it will take to deliver. Being vague about your terms implies a lack of confidence. If you’re not confident in yourself, the employer won’t be, either. As we’ve already mentioned, use the Project Clarification Board to ask the employer questions if you need more details.
5. If the employer contacts you through a private message, be sure to respond promptly. Most employers award projects within the first 24 hours of posting, so ensure you keep yourself available for contact.
6. It’s always a good idea to upload samples with your private message or provide links to online examples. Be sure, however, that your examples are appropriate for the job and represent your best work. Quality, not quantity is usually the rule of thumb when submitting samples. 
7. A word of caution: Unless you’re prepared to give your work away, any samples you provide should bear a watermark or other means of identification or at the very least your name and a statement of copyright. 
8. Be competitive with your pricing. Note that this doesn't necessarily mean you need to be the lowest bidder. Bidding in a world-wide marketplace makes for tough competition, but if your work is truly above average, you may find that employers are willing to pay above average prices. On the other hand, if you’re relatively new to freelancing, you may need to establish a reputation first. A little common sense will go a long way here.
9. Don’t oversell yourself. A little self-confidence is a good thing, but over-the-top claims probably won’t impress anyone. Being frank and honest about your skills will get you much farther than a lot of hype.
10. Last, but certainly not least, proofread your bid before you submit it. Is it written clearly? Are there misspellings? No matter what kind of project you’re bidding on, a poorly written proposal suggests a lack of interest and poor work habits. Neither of those is going to work in your favor.

Sunday, February 2, 2014

my latest statistics

This is my January pay sheet. Might not be as big as some online money making sites shows you as their monthly pay sheets. But this is real. Nothing is fake. If you have more time, more skills you can make more money with FREELANCER.

Freelance is not a site for lazy people. No one can make money doing nothing with freelancer. You have to work for real people and real companies. So they pay real. 

Bet on appropriate projects.

Always update your resume.

Do not take jobs if you cannot complete it successfully. Such action shall reduce your reputation level.

Take exams. 

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