I see you are here for more! Here is the follow-up for the list of tips that will for sure make you project work count go up. Without further to do, read here and become the best freelancer out there.
Try to freelance in the busiest hours:
Even if it sounds contradicting, working on the high-demand hours can be a big opportunity, if you add this up with a good membership that allows you to bid in more than 5 projects at once will assure you at least a project for the week.
Be careful with the projects you accept:
As we said earlier, vision is essential, so before you go out there and accept the first project you are awarded, give yourself some time to chat with the client and figure out exactly what he/she wants, as well as discussing the payment and due date. If you can meet the requirements, and do something as a little extra to make the client happy, then go ahead, but if you are not sure, then it’s time to think it through, because you can get in a lot of trouble if the quality is not as expected, or the project is handed in late. Even though most clients are very understanding and will shake it off, it is better not to risk it.
In the end, it is up to your dedication to get the most out of the “work form home” sites, if you are patient and perseverant you will have a long and prosper stay, remember that every client should be treated with respect and that everyone is just there for some quick work, so be friendly, show the best of your abilities, be unique and if you can, be sure to run the extra mile for every client, nevertheless, it is important to know your limits. Don’t accept too much work that in the end, will oversaturate you, start slow, and take calculated risk that will not affect you on the long-run.
With all of this in mind, I wish you the best of luck, now go out there and get some projects done!