5 Reasons Why Freelancers MUST Promote their Gigs (and What Happens When They Don’t)

I have a friend that offers voice-over business consulting services primarily to those who are new to the voiceover profession. In his usually very sound advice he advocates offering VO, narration and voice acting services through freelance marketplace websites, like VideoToOrder.com, and others.

He actually suggests setting up profiles and offering gigs in not one website, but in as many sites as possible – and I’m totally onboard with that.

Yesterday he posted a video in which he advocated offering freelance voice services through gig economy websites but then he said something odd.

He said, this:

Do not post links to your gig pages from your social media profiles, like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.”

The reason he gave was equally shocking: Continue reading “5 Reasons Why Freelancers MUST Promote their Gigs (and What Happens When They Don’t)”

7 Common Problems New Freelancers Face and How To Fix Them Quickly

For new freelancers, starting a freelancing business is one of the simplest ways to make money online without having to spend your time at the office every day. You can set your own workplace, your own work time, your own clients, and even your own earnings. This is why freelancing is becoming one of the most popular businesses that people have, especially those who love to work at home.

However, new freelancers often face various challenges in their freelancing business, which usually discourage them from continuing on their path. If you are a new freelancer, how can you overcome these challenges?

Here are 7 common challenges faced by new freelancers and how to overcome them: Continue reading “7 Common Problems New Freelancers Face and How To Fix Them Quickly”