Employers consider a number of factors when choosing a freelancer for a job. Not least is the presentation of the application. Your profile is the first thing an employer will see and a deal breaker when it comes to landing the job or not. Click the video to learn more (sound required)
In the last few years, employers have started enquiring about freelancers who have a strong social media influence. Why? Because the job often involves creating content and the employer not only wants professional work done on budget but would also like to promote the work to as many people as possible. Play the video to learn more (sound required)
The Freelancer Club offers freelancers a ton of cool freelance stuff all aimed at making your life a little easier. We also know how time-consuming it can be to search for jobs when all you want to do is what you do best - work. Here's how to make the most out of our Jobs Board.
Apply to freelance jobs, fast. Freelancers generally have to dedicate a portion of their week looking for new clients. Otherwise known as prospecting or 'new business', adding to your client base is an essential part of developing a successful freelance business. But who wants to be in front of a computer for hours, scrambling to apply to freelance jobs, when you could be out there doing what you love? Close your laptop and let us do the work for you.
There are a number of ways to land paid work as a member of The Freelancer Club. The obvious being our extensive jobs board with new paid jobs added every day. However, there's another way to land paid work that is less obvious but just as effective.
Attention all Freelancers! We’ve made it super easier to spread The Freelancer Club love with your pals, fellow freelancers or the artsy-looking-guy-on-the-tube with your very own personal TFC referral code. For every freelancer you recommend to The Freelancer Club, they'll get money off and you'll earn credit to use on the site. Sweet!