We post hundreds of paid freelance jobs on the board every week. To maximise your chances of landing the role there are a few things one must consider. Check out our guide to landing the job before your next application spree.
THE FREELANCER CLUB Are you a freelancer looking to find new paid work, develop your business skills and make more contacts? It might be time to join The Freelancer Club. Over the past year alone we have helped over 15,000 freelancers do all these things and facilitated more than 100,000 paid freelance jobs. Try us out for free and claim your 7 day Pro Membership trial.
The Freelancer Club members come in all shapes and sizes. We are so fortunate to have some of the most beautiful and interesting work posted everyday so we thought we should share this with the world. To kick the series off with a bang, we've chosen 5 Alternative Wedding Photographers with a stunning, unique style. Get inspired.
Happy New Year one and all. Another Christmas break comes to an end and focus quickly shifts back to work. The freelance industry, like most sectors, slows down during the festive break and will take a little while to rev up again this January so what can freelancers do to maximise this time of year? Well, plenty. Take a look at our top tips on tackling the first month of the year.
Freelancers have to juggle hundreds of tasks all the time so we thought we should make a list. Here's The Freelancer Club's check list of must-haves as a Freelancer. How many have you ticked?
The humble freelancer walks the earth alone, scrounging for work and fending off competitors. The freelancer fights for every inch, spots opportunities from great distances and staunchly protects the people, knowledge and possessions obtained over time. Our instincts are to covet and keep secret in order to survive the freelance industry but is this approach the best course of action to build a freelance business?
There are two key factors one must take into account when choosing the freelance life. The first is the whether you have the required skills to perform your services at a high enough standard to justify charging for your time whilst possessing the ability to successful run a business. Common traits found in such successful freelancers include adaptability, creativity and a thick skin.
Twitter Moments has arrived! How does it work? What does it mean for freelancers? What's up the with lighting bolt? We explain all.