Like any new platform you join, it can take a bit of getting used to. Freelancer Club is no different and with our suite of tools, there are loads of features to master if you wish to get the most of out of your membership. We've compiled a series of videos to help you master the tools and features so you can grow your freelance business in no time!
It all starts with the profile! Upload a profile pic, examples of your work, a bit about you and social media links. A complete profile will enable you to showcase your work to a community of freelancers and potential clients. When messaging others for potential collaboration or directly applying for a test shoot, your profile will be viewed by others so it's vital that it's jam-packed with details. Equally, your profile will be the main deal-breaker when it comes to landing jobs. Statistically, a complete profile is 82% more likely to be clicked on compared with an empty profile. Check out all our Tutorial Videos in the Members Area.
Improve your chances of landing jobs with tips from the Freelancer Club. Ensuring that your profile is ready to be reviewed, your quote is competitive, your proposal contains the key information and you show the client an appropriate set of images for the specific project.
Learn how to properly upload new projects to your Freelancer Club profile using images, video, text, tags, location and credits to increase you exposure and engagement. How you present your portfolio will have a significant impact on your experience as a member. It will improve your chances of landing jobs whist increasing the number of enquiries, comments, likes and messages you receive.
Being a part of a community is about giving as much as it is taking. You tend to get back what you put in. In addition to feeling connected to a creative collective, we've decided to reward those who are proactive members of the club with Community Points. And as we all know, my friends, points mean prizes!
Club Noun An organization of people with a common purpose or interest, who meet regularly and take part in shared activities.
Introducing Meetups, the new feature by Freelancer Club. Meetups gives members the opportunity to learn, share, network, collaborate and connect with other freelancers, whether it be in person or online. Whether you are an organiser or a participant, getting involved in a Meetup makes the world of difference to a freelancer’s headspace and creative process.
After a much needed breather over Christmas, you're refocused, re-energized and ready to take on new work. Next stop, the job boards.