Building efficient and long-term relationships with your clients is the key to having a successful freelancing career and a substantial income stream. Most clients are usually looking for a good freelancer to settle down with and outsource their work to on a regular basis. They actually use a simple strategy to find the best freelancers.
Do you work in or run a creative/marketing agency? Have you ever considered outsourcing? How many times have you been forced to turn away new clients as your designers are overworked? Do you find it difficult to satisfy your clients with multiple design options and styles? We bet you wouldn’t disagree that to drive and
Are you interested in taking up freelance jobs but have no experience? Or have you recently started freelancing and aren’t able to get a project to work on? You need to get your potential clients to notice you and in order to do this, you need to do certain things so that you can portray your work
By Ike Okosa One thing many prospective freelancers fail to do when starting out is researching to know their target market. This can create many setbacks when building a client base, and can cause some freelancers to get frustrated with their work. Here, we’re going to share with you practical tips for finding out whom you
By Ike Okosa Success to shout about: Tell us your freelancing story and become an eWorker ambassador… At eWorker we see our freelancers as part of a unique community; we know that you work tirelessly and deliver the best service possible, and we’re eager to help you find the business that you need – and
By Ike Negotiation: What happens when your buyer wants more? When negotiating rates with a buyer, it can be difficult to find that fine line between pushing for what you feel you’re worth and offering a great value for money service that the buyer will appreciate. It’s always good to have a clear idea of
By Toka Let’s face it, times are hard, and it’s sad when you have too little at the end of the month to cater for your financial needs. It’s a well-known fact that many people in Africa are in financial difficulties and with the ever increasing cost of living coupled with wages not always increasing