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Win More Projects on Job Boards

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Many professional freelancers prefer to stay away from the largest job board sites–for good reason, as many sites have a reputation for low compensation or unscrupulous clients. However, there are still quite a few of us that find a good portion of our projects on these sites – or sites like them. Small jobs like those found on Elancer, Odesk, Freelancer, or others can help supplement your regular client projects.

Many job boards have responded to feedback to improve freelancer experience. has just done a refresh on the user experience for their site. (Ed Note: buiznus is in the process of updating its very own job board!) If you are in between projects, doing a bit of moonlighting, or looking at becoming a freelancer, here are a few tips to help you be successful in your next bid.

Assuming you’ve already created an account on a job board and chosen your appropriate field of expertise:

Find a Good Project

  • Search for the project in your desired field.  Most job boards are broken down into categories. For example, at the time of this writing, there are dozens of jobs in the Design category on buiznus.
  • Keep an eye on the budget–know what size job you’re looking for.


How to Sell Yourself to Do-It-Yourselfers

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After writing what I thought was a bang-up proposal for a ready-to-buy client, I get word that he’d rather do a basic website himself.

This, despite the fact that he’d already said that he wanted to present a professional image of his organization to grant funders. I seriously doubt that, by going the DIY route, that he’ll create such an image.


Benefits of Business Networking

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Freelancing can get quite lonely and you may feel rather disconnected from the outside world. While many advocate working in an environment filled with others (such as your local Starbucks), the fact remains that you just don’t get the same benefits of being able to bounce ideas off of colleagues. While this may seem an unfortunate side effect of going solo, I have the mindset that working independently doesn’t mean that the array of community focused efforts online can’t benefit you.


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