Tag: Bidding


Freelancers_Mistakes
07 Jun 2015

5 Freelancer Mistakes That’ll Cost You The Gig

According to a recent survey among freelancers regarding their most effective ways to find freelance work the #1 resource to acquire clients and jobs are freelancing websites (38%). No wonder: freelancing websites provide web workers with a compressed and easy-to-operate tool to present themselves and to find matching job opportunities. Shouldn’t be a problem to get a gig as a freelancer you might think. But...

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Elance_Client_Job-Award
06 Apr 2015

What Makes a Client to Hire you on Elance

There has been so much said & very well explained about the hiring trends on elance but I am going to explain this based on my bidding experience in last 5 years. I’ve been sending bids to hundreds of clients every month & my hire rate is also up to %25. The client is always looking for a solution to his/her problem related to IT...

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Working with Agency VS Direct Client
04 Apr 2015

Working with Agency VS Direct Client

There are mainly three type of clients’ freelancers mostly working with. First is the direct buyer of small/medium size company, second is the marketing agency working there & outsourcing the work to third world freelancers & the big corporate clients of the market operating in private clouds. The client budget also depends on the type of their organization. You get the best rates, acceptable rates...

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Odesk New Connects System – Blessing for Serious Freelancers
02 Apr 2015

Odesk New Connects System – Blessing for Serious Freelancers

Odesk have made several changes in the process of hiring & bidding in last two years after getting merged with elance. Freelancers were not secure while working on the fix price jobs before but now they have adopted the payment escrow system like we have on elance already. This has made fix price jobs as secure as per hour contracts.   You will get 60...

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Myths Freelance Blogs will Tell You
30 Mar 2015

Myths Freelance Blogs will Tell You

There are so many established freelancers who are writing interesting articles on their blogs to help new freelancers to win the jobs & they do it with full honesty but in my personal experience, freelancers from Asian countries really don’t find those tips helpful when it comes to landing a job through freelancing websites. The points they hold are often interesting to read but they...

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What to Write in Business Proposal?
21 Mar 2015

What to Write in Business Proposal?

In today’s competitive environment, at times, the only tool to save your business a strong business proposal and thus, how well you develop one could determine the future success or failure of your company. For any assignment that a possible client requires, various companies prepare business proposals to bit for the job and send to the client. The client then chooses the best proposal submitted...

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Say No to Low Rate Clients
07 Mar 2015

Say No to Low Rate Clients

While bidding on a certain job the freelancers remain confused about what price they should quote as they see a lot variation in the bid price by other freelancers ranging from $20 minimum to $450 maximum. Your bid should include a reasonable price & it should be based on your experience & your confidence you have about your expertise for that particular job.  An instant...

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How to Inflate the Prices in Freelancing Career
03 Mar 2015

How to Inflate the Prices in Freelancing Career

Pricing is often the most tough & very important part of a job posted on freelancing websites. The clients are definitely looking for the best service but they sometime offer very cheap prices that quality contractor don’t even bother to bid without trying to find the real reason behind the low price. I’ve been into freelancing from last 5 years & I happen to meet...

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