Make the most money with Freelancing

Are you ready to live your dream as a freelance writer?

Freelancing and working with niche markets is the way to go today if you are young and eager to make a lot of money. I’m not saying that Freelancers never have to work a single day in their lives and just rake in the cash while sitting out by the pool, but there are tremendous perks to this job. Do you hate going to work every day? Commuting, whether by car or mass transit, is an absolute bore. The hours you spend every week commuting are lost hours that you should have spent for better things or even other money making tasks. So why not choose something better?

The Internet has opened up many freelance opportunities, expanding markets and helping to build it into one of the largest economic segments for many economies. Development for freelancing has been especially high for software development, website design, information technology, and business documentation.

The best thing about Freelancing is the freedom to work in a relaxing environment of your choice. The “veranda” could be your office, the kitchen table or, why not?, a table by the pool. Every day is “casual Friday” and all your tools are concentrated in the computer. No paperwork to shift around from one desk to another. And the earnings are on par with the setting. The more effort you’re willing to put in building a maintaining a nice blog, the more money will come in every day. If this isn’t a good deal, then I don’t know what a good deal could be.

Some people think that Freelancing is too much work and that splashing some Adsense ads on a page is far easier. It might be so, but how much money can you get out of AdSense? Two or three dollars a day? Come on, that’s not money but loose change. Freelancing may be a bit harder than AdSense, but this is where people actually spend money. If you find a good employer, You can get as much as USD100.00 per day, Isnt it great?

Payment for freelance work also varies greatly. Freelancers or Virtual Assistants may charge by the day or hour, or on a per-project basis. Instead of a flat rate or fee, some consultants have adopted a value-based pricing method based on the perceived value of the results to the client. By custom, payment arrangements may be upfront, percentage upfront, or upon completion. For more complex projects, a contract may set a payment schedule based on milestones or outcomes.

What many people don’t realize is that the global economy is going through a huge spending period. Across the world people are willing to pay good money for all kinds of products and the Internet has made it easier than ever to spend money. eCommerce has made it possible for people to buy things they had never had access to before. Orders pour in and products and services move across countries because people can search the Internet for answers to their problems and are willing to pay for solutions, regardless or where they come from.

Freelancers generally enjoy a greater variety of assignments than in regular employment, and almost always have more freedom to choose their work schedule. The experience also allows the opportunity to build up a portfolio of work and cultivate a network of clients in hopes of obtaining a permanent position.

Sometimes a freelancer will work with one or more other freelancers and/or vendors to form a “virtual agency” to serve a particular client’s needs for short-term and permanent project work. This versatile agency model can help a freelancer land jobs which require targeted, specific experience and skills outside the scope of one individual. As the clients change, so too may the players chosen for a virtual agency’s talent base.

  • Beth Sanchez

    Hi. I am interested in this freelance thing. Can you send me more info and where i could get started with it? I just resigned from my work.

  • i must say is very true about wat u said!

  • Hi. Just some additional thoughts on this subject. I’ve been freelancing since after college and occasionally when the money doesn’t come enough I take a job for a year then go back to freelancing.
    That means I have yet to make freelancing cashflow stable according to my own standards but with lessons learned and being learned, I hope freelancing and being a “serial-entrepreneur” would be a permanent lifestyle soon (cos I love the freedom).

    So just a few freelancing hard lessons I learned:
    – Always have a backup financial plan.
    – Don’t quit work right after you read really inspiring books (Rich Dad, Poor Dad, 4 hour workweek, Automatic Millionaire, etc). Think through the advices and how they are actionable.
    – Know all your skills and which are sellable.
    – Build your team of experts and business contacts, do not be completely self-reliant; trust that other people can help you to make things faster and easier.
    – Be reliable, always keep your word and meet deadlines.
    – Choose your clients, not the other way around.
    – Track financial and legal stuff.
    – Do good work but do not be a perfectionist.
    – Have fun and be inspired and go out with friends often (this replaces the social aspect of working in the office, which is a huge reason why many endure a sucky job) .

    :)

  • And yet I can’t get rick roll out of my head

  • I know many freelancers who have helped me in many ways !