Skip to content

Forum Archive

New freelancer's st...
 
Notifications
Clear all

New freelancer's struggle

64 Posts
25 Users
6 Likes
1,324 Views
S.A.M
(@s-a-m)
Posts: 16
Member Customer
Topic starter
 

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

 
Posted : 07/06/2021 11:45 am
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Posts: 6735
Member Customer
 

Consistency and giving Value is they key.

 
Posted : 08/06/2021 12:44 am
S.A.M reacted
Kavitha Aisha
(@kavitha-aisha)
Posts: 160
Member Customer
 

Oh Thanks for your tips @s-a-m. And hope I may get orders ☺️


 

 
Posted : 08/06/2021 12:17 pm
S.A.M reacted
jxanders
(@jxanders)
Posts: 17
Member Customer
 

Thanks for the tips. I am new to blogging too and its not easy to get traffic especially if you are just starting.

 
Posted : 09/06/2021 5:07 am
Suman Matety
(@matetysuman)
Posts: 873
Trusted Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

Absolutely Full of Information.

Please be active on the forum my friend.

 
Posted : 09/06/2021 8:57 am
niku9842
(@niku9842)
Posts: 291
Member Customer
 

Thanks for sharing this this will help the new freelancers to get their order.

 
Posted : 09/06/2021 3:07 pm
Shah Awais
(@shahawais)
Posts: 678
Moderator Customer
 
Posted by: @kavitha-aisha

Oh Thanks for your tips @s-a-m. And hope I may get orders ☺️


 

Stay online and try ranking on longtail keywords

 
Posted : 12/06/2021 7:50 am
Mohammad Riyaduzzaman Riyad
(@vetriyad)
Posts: 613
Member Moderator
 

Thanks for sharing it. It will help others, I hope.

 
Posted : 13/06/2021 6:29 pm
Hisham Abbah
(@hisham)
Posts: 262
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

Thanks for the valuable content, it's very helpful. 

 
Posted : 13/06/2021 6:32 pm
Hassan Raza
(@hassanraza)
Posts: 509
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

Yeah and most importantly be patience at the start of your freelancing journey. You can't just post a gig and expect to get a order. So being patience is important

 
Posted : 13/06/2021 6:40 pm
Majulous reacted
Majulous
(@majulous)
Posts: 1493
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

I really love this post it's helpful 

 
Posted : 13/06/2021 7:45 pm
JayDollar
(@jaydollar)
Posts: 1885
Member Customer
 

To avoid getting frustrated over any new thing you're starting like freelancing, don't anticipate orders in 3 months time. If orders start coming in barely 3months you started, Glory to God but if doesn't is not gonna surprise you nor frustrate you because you've already set your mind for 6months already.

 
Posted : 13/06/2021 8:54 pm
Ihthisham
(@ihthisham-ahmed)
Posts: 1751
Noble Member
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

Keep providing great value bro!

 
Posted : 15/06/2021 1:54 am
Shah Awais
(@shahawais)
Posts: 678
Moderator Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

Hanks for your knowledge its actually motivational it will help many for sure

 
Posted : 15/06/2021 6:31 am
chitralekha2024
(@chitra)
Posts: 217
Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

Very well explained.

Really helpful buddy !! KEEP IT UP .

 
Posted : 15/06/2021 9:33 am
Suman Matety
(@matetysuman)
Posts: 873
Trusted Member Customer
 
Posted by: @jaydollar

To avoid getting frustrated over any new thing you're starting like freelancing, don't anticipate orders in 3 months time. If orders start coming in barely 3months you started, Glory to God but if doesn't is not gonna surprise you nor frustrate you because you've already set your mind for 6months already.

Great value. We have to decide for a period of time. Work until you get success for the time you set at the beginning.

 
Posted : 15/06/2021 10:18 am
Suman Matety
(@matetysuman)
Posts: 873
Trusted Member Customer
 
Posted by: @s-a-m

It is known for everyone that being new at anything in any domain is hard and even harder to start gaining and having clients, so I want to point out a couple of points that might help:

1- Be consistent and don't get frustrated no matter how things turn out because I assure you, it will work out

2- Make a showcase of your work, for example, if you're a graphic designer you can make some designs(lots if you can) and post them on your profile so people would be convinced easily

3- Be honest and straightforward, for example, if a client contacts you about some work and you don't think you can do it in time or you can't do it at all, just explain the situation honestly, you might lose some bucks but you'll win a client who could give you a good review and might even recommend you to his friends.

There are lots of tips you can learn, you just have to be honest, vigilant and passionate about giving value.

Good luck

Love the information and thanks for motivating bewginners. Please be consistent on the forum.

 
Posted : 15/06/2021 10:19 am
Adilkhan
(@adilkhan)
Posts: 2112
Moderator/Level 8 Member Customer
 

You get the point @s-a-m

Be Honest

 
Posted : 15/06/2021 12:08 pm
Majulous
(@majulous)
Posts: 1493
Member Customer
 

@hassanraza Yeah you're absolutely right boss, Rome wasn't built in a day 

 
Posted : 16/06/2021 10:01 pm
Drake Suyat
(@pinoyecomking)
Posts: 103
Member Customer
 

Just focus on what you are good at and sell yourself competitively. Equip your portfolio with more projects to convince them of your level of expertise. 

 
Posted : 19/06/2021 7:08 am
Page 1 / 4
Share: