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Freelance on Freelancer - in this course you will discover how to use the largest outsourcing portal for freelancers and freelancing all around the world.
UPDATE: Reworked lectures coming due to Freelancer new layout and preparing new materials. JOIN 1100+ satisfied students NOW to earn more money on Freelancer!
The lessons cover practically every engagement you may encounter when you bid, work and get paid by Freelancer.
After you complete the course, your bids will:
Practically everything that earned me more than $17,374 on Freelancer (I do work over other outsourcing portals but Freelancer gets me the most income).
You'll get immediately useful information:
All from the 10 years of experience from a freelancer who has started on RentACoder that got renamed to vWorker and acquired by Freelancer.
How this course is delivered:
Join me in this course and let me help you ease the process of competing with others, getting the projects awarded and focus most of your time on what gets you paid - working on awarded projects. Your first bid might make you more money online than your investment in this course. Click the Take This Course (Buy This Course - if you are using mobile device) button to start now!
To your success,
Matt S Rinc
P.S. Since student times freelancing work has helped me and now it's more important than ever. By 2020 research shows that more than 50% of people will be working remote, most of the time freelancing. Join me, ask me and you'll have positive return too!
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|Section 1: Introduction to Freelance on Freelancer|
|Broad topics that are covered in the course, as well as review the supplemental material and assignments. Explanation why the course will bring benefits to you and what you’ll be able to do after you complete it.|
|Who I am: my experience, why I’m teaching this class and why I’m the right instructor for you.|
Tell all students where are you from, what brought you to Freelancer and what freelancing struggles you have now!
|The text includes requirements, disclaimers and support notice before discovering the course content.|
|This document includes a checklist of requirements, explained in previous lecture. Freelancer.com is the main website discussed in the course.|
|Section 2: Module 1: The Heart of Freelancer|
|Brief history of Freelancer, the business model and the opportunities. What is the focus of lectures in this session.|
| The bidding explained, deadlines, brief about ranking bids and perceived value of project bids in buyer’s eyes. From this lecture on there will be mainly screencasts showing live on screen actions related to your profile, bidding and support on Freelancer.
Do note this is the longest video but was cut in half for you and is important to understand "the big picture".
|How to enhance your profile, what skills to include, exams to pass.|
|What to include in portfolio, what you need to take care of and what to avoid.|
What to ask help for, what and why to report and what you cannot expect from Freelancer.
Video updated (hiding logo removed).
How freelancers should be motivated to use Freelancer's portal.
Video updated (hiding logo removed).
|Freelancer helps you get bids using three ways: Notifying you for latest projects that are suitable for your skills. Messaging you for the projects posted by buyers you have previously worked for. Giving you an option to become a Preferred Freelancer.|
|Quiz 1||4 questions|
This quiz will test your knowledge about Freelancer.com that you should have.
|Lecture 13||1 page|
|This PDF includes a checklist of steps to have a great freelancer profile.|
|HANDLE YOUR PROFILE EFFECTIVELY (HYPE): A Challenge for You!|
|Section 3: Module 2: Your Bids Dissected|
|Showing the good, bad and ugly bids. Why everything you write, say or show is marketing - and why you are not the most important here.|
|Creating a good bid - all elements that need to be included.|
|Expanding on lecture "How Freelancer helps you get bids", utilizing Freelancer’s help and knowledge of your skills.|
|Basic decisions for you to choose before entering a bid.|
|How to bookmark interesting projects and a workaround for a sorting order.|
|Section 4: Module 3: Advanced Bidding|
What to do when your bid is last or next to last?
Well, no problem with your bid being last. You can do something about it:
|Bidding above the fold for urgent and non demanding buyers.|
|Bidding above the fold for price conscious buyers.|
|Why your bid is the last even if you are the best freelancer bidding?|
|Quiz 2||5 questions|
This quiz has 5 questions about what is covered in this Section.
|A checklist to go over choices influencing decision to bid or not (this becomes automatic routine).|
|Section 5: Conclusion|
|Repeating main new information received in this course, where to start, how to bid etc.|
|Reminder action steps with show-and-tell example.|
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|Section 6: Additional Section|
Short suggestions for video screencasting software to use for related projects.
|Section 7: Future Updates|
Planned, Requested and Your Proposed Changes plus Additional Information
Matt started freelancing early in the high school, helping people with creating software solutions for their work. Giving more to others than to himself early in student times determined his life path.
He helped established a branch of student organization and participated in several historical projects (like The University Sports Centre 'Leon Štukelj' in Maribor). In 2008 Matt received a Best Innovative Business Plan Award for a plan and presentation by respected local Finance magazine and started a business with the prize money. He breaths, teaches and help people with public speaking.
After hundreds of projects he manages private entrepreneurship and studies in PhD program of Knowledge Management, grabbing the opportunity and hoping to integrate e-learning, gamification and data analysis. Freelancing? Most of the time! And still helping people, wishing to see the sparkle in their eyes after they try his solution and understand possible time savings -- that's the whole reason why Matt does everything for others. He's married, IT graduate and has two kids.