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Free Videos Explain Working From Home

Free Videos Explain Working From Home

In this post, we wanted to feature some great video content for those interested in working from home.

Before you check out these Youtube videos, we recommend you already have a goal (ie, make $34/hour from home) or an idea for a business you would like to start.

The first free video talks about searching for these opportunities. There are so many scams out there, it can sometimes be difficult to discover a beneficial program that caters to the user. Watch the video and learn how!

How To Find Work From Home Opportunities

 

Our next recommended video is a news clip from ABC news that journals a story of one person who has made a great living, working from home. Very inspirational to see other people get involved in this pursuit and emerge successfully. Watch that clip, below.

Work From Home Video On ABC

Now that you’ve seen how to seek out legitimate opportunities – here is a great video discussing different tips about working from home. As you may recall, we posted on the topic a few months ago, here.

Tips For Working at Home

 

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3 Ways to Know if a Workplace Website is a Scam

3 Ways to Know if a Workplace Website is a Scam

There are a few ways you can get money online. One of the most trust-worthy and legitimate ones is working for corporations or individuals in the web.

There are a lot of advantages to doing this rather than Freelancing in your area, the most obvious one being that your clients are a lot more.

it is relatively easy to get work online, the problem is that many websites take advantage of this, and can lead you to work for free, or charge you for memberships or signing up, and then not letting you withdraw your earnings. Now the question you are probably asking is “How can I avoid that?” The truth is, that without researching you cannot know. Luckily, we’ve gathered a few indicators that the site you are trying to work in is not legitimate.

1. The website does not have an https:// type dominion.

If your website does not have this “https://” before its actual internet address, it probably means that the website is not legitimate. This verification requires the website to pass tests and have some experience already in the internet.

This is not a reliable indicator of a scam website by itself, but if the website seems suspicious already, you can say that the webpage you are in is not safe.

This is because scammers are looking for quick money, to scam a few people and then get off the web to avoid any problems, so they won’t bother with going to the process of getting this security confirmation.

2. The website does not have any active user base.

Websites like Freelancer or Fiverr have a strong user base, that often post in the social media pages of said websites. They express their thoughts, be it negative or positive, and have some interaction with the webpage managers. if your site does not have a social media page, and people are not speaking of it in those media, then it is probably a scam.

3. The website does not accept PayPal.

PayPal is a way of getting and sending money quickly and safely. This payment processor only operates on websites who are legitimate, because if a part is not happy with what they get, they can dispute the cash and most likely, PayPal will take care of it and make a fair retribution to the user.

If your website does not offer PayPal as an option, it means that the website does not offer any refunds and it is not willing to take part in a dispute. You can safely assume that the website is not legitimate.

Of course, there are many other factors that can tell you if a site is legitimate or not, but it all comes down to your judgement, hopefully improved by this list. Happy earning!

How to Impress a Client With Your Work

How to Impress a Client With Your Work

Congratulations! You landed your first project, whether it be on Freelancer, Fiverr, Upwork, it doesn’t matter what platform you are using, you want to make sure to impress a client so that a big, fat five star review is posted on your profile. When that happens you will be well on your way to a successful freelancing career, so, without any more blabbering, let’s get started.

First of all, you should maintain your employer updated, unless he seems annoyed at too many messages, (quite uncommon) with all the progress that you make. Also, if you ask some questions about how the project should be done, and if they are not too obvious, the employer will feel like their project is taken care of, and will most likely answer them gladly.

When you are doing the project, add those small details that give the finished piece that final sprinkle of quality that makes your work stand out from the rest.

If you are writing, send the article formatted and edited in a professional looking manner, even though you were only asked to write the rough content. Adding a plagiarism checker report (of course totalling 100% original!) also gives that extra reassurance to the employer.

If you are doing a design, add some mockups of how the finished piece will look when applied as the employer wants to, such as the logo in a mug, shirt. Or their business card seen from different perspectives. This is very useful to the employer, and will of course impress him, even adding a little something here and there may result in a better response from the client.

All of this extra work eventually pays out, as it will be more likely that your employer contacts you again for more work, and will be more comfortable to pay more for an assured good result.

Ultimately, you freelance for money, but you also want to keep employers happy and make the internet market more popular and to the reach of more and more people, that way, more projects are posted, more businesses are opened and people are happy, it’s a win win. You can contribute to that system, and to your wallet, by always going the extra mile for every employer you work with.

Now go on and complete that project, make it the first of many, and don’t forget to keep your client happy!

How To Build a Personal Brand For Work at Home Jobs

How To Build a Personal Brand For Work at Home Jobs

When you work from home in sites such as Freelancer, Fiverr, or UpWork, sometimes it may be difficult to get yourself noticed with the tremendous amount of competition there is, and everyone seems to ask the same: How do I get my overall ranking up?

Well there are a lot of ways to do so, but one of the most effective one is creating your very own brand, there are some steps that you will have to follow to achieve the highest potential, but in the long run it will be worth it, since your brand can be used on more than one freelancing website, and will make yourself stand out from the crowd in each platform you decide to participate in.

Note, one of the things that you must keep in mind at all times is your target audience, in this case clients. You want to appeal to them, so do some research, or if you are not a starter freelancer, revise from previous experiences what clients like and dislike and try to build up from that.

If you are an artist try to make your brand creative and colorful, if in the other hand you are a writer/translator, then you should use more calm colors arranged in an orderly manner, remember you are also trying to engage your clients via trust/feelings, you can evoke those by choosing the proper brand image.

First of all you need a freelancing alias and a logo, this will come in handy when you create your profile in freelancing platforms, think of a clever name, don’t go with the conventional, go ahead and do something creative.

For the logo, it’s okay to invest some money into its development if you don’t know how to do one.

But if you are an artist it is highly recommended that it is made by you, since this is the first thing a client is going to see when your profile pops up, and it can be the difference between having a long term, high paying job and having no job whatsoever.

After you are done with this, you should take it a step further and make a webpage and a portfolio, the website should follow the same aesthetics as you logo, and it should represent who you are. Here you will have the opportunity to present yourself formally and give the people a little taste of what you are capable of. Even though this may sound complex, there are many applications that will make the creation of your page infinitely easier, these include WordPress, Wix, among others.

You should have a portfolio section, in which you should have some of your past successful work, this will give the client an idea on what to expect and could give you an edge when it comes to those big juicy projects, if you don’t have any previous experience, go ahead and do some samples. Write about any topic if you are a writer, design a logo or a webpage if you are into graphic design, program a simple app if that’s what you do. Make sure that your skill shows.

Finally, you will need to make good use out of the memberships each of the sites offer, and develop a marketing technique. This one is a little trickier and may take some time to perfect, but it will pay off in more ways than you can imagine.

Let’s take Freelancer.com as an example. The memberships will give you additional “bids” you can make in a defined time period, as well as impulsing your overall rank.

There are also many offers you can take advantage of these memberships, such as the yearly memberships and the special discount days. Needless to say, you need to be sure of what you are doing and have prior experience in the website to make sure that, in the end, it is profitable.

Lastly, and in the opinion of many, the most difficult part: developing a marketing technique. There are many types of marketing techniques, but the ones recommended, and easier to follow, are the social media marketing and the physical advertisement strategies.

For the first one you have two options, either create a page for you brand, or advertise it in your personal profile, or both. Nevertheless it is recommended to make your own profile with the aid of your existing website, you can then start a marketing campaign with the help of your personal account to start moving traffic into your page, and as a result, a higher amount of work.

The second option is recommended if you are working in a local based site, or with a certain company, this type of advertisement can get your network levels higher per zone, the only thing you need to find is the right audience and place.

All of these things will help you stand out, and have a clear picture of what you want. It will also make it easier to develop some marketing strategies, since sharing a link to your web page is way more simple and professional than many other methods.

And so, you are ready, now that you have your own brand, get ready to work, and remember, patience and perseverance will always be your allies, so if you haven’t already started building your brand now, go on and see the improvement for yourself.

What is Freelancer and How to Use It

What is Freelancer and How to Use It

First of all, let’s define what Freelancer is and what it is for. Freelancer is a online website where, via crowdsourcing, people can find a way to develop their projects, with help of users from all around the world, with a wide array of things to offer. The site works with a project and bid system where multiple users can bid at once in a single task, but it is only awarded to one of them.

In this site we have two types of users, the Client and the Employee, at the beginning the Client will post a project in the site, where he will specify the type of project along with a brief description of what he expects, then he will set a price range, and lastly he will publish the project.

Now it is the time for the Employee to do his part, when a project is published all users will get a notification in the “Project Feed”. After deciding if the project is suitable for the Employee, he will have to write a “bid” where he will have to present himself to the Client, and he will write a brief text, explaining why he is capable of completing the project, and why he is the best for said work. Lastly he must decide a price in which he is comfortable doing the project.

All the users are then displayed to the employer, ordered by a complex algorithm developed by the site, that takes into account various elements such as overall reviews, amount of projects, payment average, and certifications.

Once this happens the Client will have the chance to read all the bids from the different users and decide which one he/she likes the best, after picking both the Client and the Employee, may have a conversation via private message, where they can discuss in detail the task and requirements. Once they have settled on a price and deadline, the Client will award the project to the Employee, and the payment will be released when the project is completed.

When the work is done and delivered, the client is happy, and all the payment is released, the project will be finished, then both the Client and the Employee will have chance to write a review where they can say if they liked their experience with the other user as well as delivering a rating out of five stars. A five star rating is crucial to a starter Freelancer (make sure to get one in your first project!)

Hopefully this helped you. If you are interested in signing up, you can do so in Freelancer.com

Good luck!

3 Ways to Make Your Profile Attractive on Freelancer

3 Ways to Make Your Profile Attractive on Freelancer

When you try to work at home some of the most reliable way to get a steady income are crowdsourcing websites, such as Fiverr or Freelancer, here you can put your skills to the test in an international market, where people from all over the world see what you are capable of.

These sites can be great because they attend the necessity of different people, some need articles written, others need income, and it serves the purpose for both sides, but there’s a downside, in such a big market and where people only want the best, it is sometimes difficult to get yourself noticed if you are just getting started, since there are many options for where to choose, here are some tips that will definitely make yourself rise in the ranking.

1. Get specialized. Choose one thing that you would like to do, and make your profile around that idea, it is better to have something that you are great at than having multiple different ambits that you are decent at, this will help your ranking in that certain category rise therefore making you a more suitable option the next time you approach a client, with time you will also learn to perfect your techniques for that specific activity and to eventually arrive to your full potential.

2. Be patient. When you talk to a client of when you bid for a project, the patience always pay off, if you are patient and persistent enough you will eventually find a client that loves your job.

3. Get certified. In Freelancer, for instance, there are exams that you can take in order to let your clients know that you are good at something, this is highly recommended especially at the beginning, this way you can assure your client that you have the skill required for his/her work, this also counts for your overall ranking, and it is shown every time you make a bid, so don’t hesitate, there is often a small payment, but if you are positive that you can complete and pass the exam, then in the long run, it will pay off in more than one way.

How To Bid on Freelancer Jobs

How To Bid on Freelancer Jobs

 

I can define a proper bid as a detailed insight on how will you complete a project and what tools you will use. It also highlights your skills, and ultimately, gives off a good impression to the employer and lands you more work.

Even if you have excellent English writing skills, a bid should be written using different techniques. The basics to write an excellent bid are here on this article. Enjoy.

1. Use formal English.

It doesn’t matter if you are a programmer or a designer, or any non-writing specialist. If you use formal English, you will cause a strong impression. Use what you learnt in school, proofread your bid and make sure that the sentence structure is on point.

2. Explain why you are the best.

If you are a designer, talk about your education as a designer, or about how well you use certain software, and how you can provide the best results with it.

If you are a writer, explain why your content will keep readers engaged and interested, and of course, make sure that you are doing the same with the employer.

You get me by now. Highlight what you can do best and you will succeed.

3. Keep your price reasonable.

This does not specifically regard the body of the bids, but it is very important to keep in mind that employers are hiring online looking for the best prices, and with so many options available with just a few clicks, you want to make sure you are among the best.

If you are a new user to the platform you are in, don’t be greedy, stay well below the average for your first couple of projects, and make sure that you deliver the best, then you can begin charging more based on your reputation.

There are a lot more aspects on bid writing, but those are usually complemented by your profile just make sure that you always appear professional, with a tone of friendly.

I hope this helps you land more gigs, and remember, don’t lose your patience, there are some days in this websites where all the big fishes are out for work, but if you keep bidding and being constant, you will eventually be among them.

Happy hunting!

How to Choose a Site to Work on, From Your House

How to Choose a Site to Work on, From Your House

Having a desk job can be good, but what if you could do the thing you love as work, from your house. Well now you can! There are many websites out there specialized in making jobs for people, some of these website are: Freelancer, Fiverr, Guru, Craigslist, among many others.

Every single one of them specializes in something different but, still serve the same purpose, they allow you to cooperate from people around the world, meeting their needs, and of course you get paid. All from the comfort of your house… No more strict schedules, or extra hours, on this market you are the one who decides what to do, and when to do it.

Even though there are many pros to freelancing, there are also some cons, such as the need of finding your target audience or the initial struggle to get in touch with a potential client being a beginner user on a workplace website.

So how can you choose from so many options? Here is how…

First of all decide what you are good on, decide on what you will work on, from there you can determine the type of site you are looking for.

If you are a good writer or translator, then you might want to look into Freelancer or Fiverr, in here you will easily find your way through, as they are very intuitive pages, and even though there are lot of people, you will surely find plenty of work due to the high demand and the traffic this webpages receive.

But, in the other hand, what if you are good at design? Then you would want to find a page like 99Design, which supports all kinds of logo and design projects and competitions, here you can let your imagination run, and with a little luck and perseverance, you will have your wallet full in no time.

What if there are no websites that are specialized on what I want to do? Worry not, there are plenty of sites that support all types of projects, such as UpWork, here you will be able to find projects that range from architecture, goods delivering, voice actors, etc.

So, what are you waiting for? Give the “work form home” pages a try, and see for yourself how easy it can be to make money on your own.

3 Ways to Know if An Online Job Website is a Scam

3 Ways to Know if An Online Job Website is a Scam

There are a few ways you can get money online. One of the most trust-worthy and legitimate ones is working for corporations or individuals in the web.

There are a lot of advantages to doing this rather than Freelancing in your area, the most obvious one being that your clients are a lot more.

it is relatively easy to get work online, the problem is that many websites take advantage of this, and can lead you to work for free, or charge you for memberships or signing up, and then not letting you withdraw your earnings. Now the question you are probably asking is “How can I avoid that?” The truth is, that without researching you cannot know. Luckily, we’ve gathered a few indicators that the site you are trying to work in is not legitimate.

1. The website does not have an https:// type dominion.

If your website does not have this “https://” before its actual internet address, it probably means that the website is not legitimate. This verification requires the website to pass tests and have some experience already in the internet.

This is not a reliable indicator of a scam website by itself, but if the website seems suspicious already, you can say that the webpage you are in is not safe.

This is because scammers are looking for quick money, to scam a few people and then get off the web to avoid any problems, so they won’t bother with going to the process of getting this security confirmation.

2. The website does not have any active user base.

Websites like Freelancer or Fiverr have a strong user base, that often post in the social media pages of said websites. They express their thoughts, be it negative or positive, and have some interaction with the webpage managers. if your site does not have a social media page, and people are not speaking of it in those media, then it is probably a scam.

3. The website does not accept PayPal.

PayPal is a way of getting and sending money quickly and safely. This payment processor only operates on websites who are legitimate, because if a part is not happy with what they get, they can dispute the cash and most likely, PayPal will take care of it and make a fair retribution to the user.

If your website does not offer PayPal as an option, it means that the website does not offer any refunds and it is not willing to take part in a dispute. You can safely assume that the website is not legitimate.

Of course, there are many other factors that can tell you if a site is legitimate or not, but it all comes down to your judgement, hopefully improved by this list. Happy earning!