Earn $300-$1000 Monthly as a Beginner From Video Editing

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Hey BHW newbies.

Are you just starting out on your freelancing journey and feeling a bit lost?

You're in the right place!

This thread is for beginners who are eager to jump into freelancing and make some extra cash from home.
If you're already making money freelancing, this might not be the right fit for you.

I'm gonna show how I was able to start earning my first money from doing this.




Learn the Basics of Video Editing with CapCut:

As a beginner, focus on mastering the fundamentals of video editing.
CapCut is an excellent tool for beginners due to its user-friendly interface and robust features.
Dedicate time to learning CapCut thoroughly; spend at least a few months honing your skills and familiarizing yourself with its functionalities.

Build a Strong Portfolio:

Showcase your video editing prowess by assembling a portfolio of your work. Include short clips,
demo reels, or sample projects that demonstrate your creativity and technical abilities.

Platforms like YouTube or Vimeo are ideal for hosting and sharing your portfolio with potential clients.

Avoid Shiny Object Syndrome:

In the freelancing world, it's easy to get distracted by new tools, trends, or opportunities.
However, resist the urge to chase every shiny object that comes your way.
Stay focused on mastering CapCut and delivering high-quality work to your clients.

Start Small, Aim High:

Begin your freelancing journey by taking on small, entry-level projects to build your reputation and portfolio.
Offer your services on platforms like Fiverr, Upwork, or Freelancer, and gradually increase your rates as you gain experience and positive feedback from clients.
Also I really suggest you to start doing outreach to on social media for your services, please never do copy and paste do value first outreach.

Consistency is Key:

Consistent effort and dedication are essential for success in freelancing.
Commit to delivering your projects on time and exceeding your clients' expectations with your editing skills.
Establishing a reputation for reliability and excellence will attract more clients and enable you to command higher rates in the future.
Remember, freelancing is a journey, not a sprint. Invest time and effort into mastering CapCut and refining your craft.
Stay focused, avoid distractions, and persevere through challenges.

With patience and determination, you can turn your passion for video editing into a lucrative freelancing career.
 
Well as as beginner ,the amount of money you can earn will depend on quality of your work, your ability to market yourself ,and demand for your services. With dedication and hard work you can earn monthly 300$ to 1000$
 
I've been doing it professionally as a content creator for 12 years now, and one place where you can start is on YouTube making money through AdSense with ads.

Find your niche and build your channel to a $300 monthly income. I'm making most months between $200-300 right now.

You can get into the AI modeling game right now and deepfake some models and make some videos with them like this one below:

 
Nice guide, there's definitely money to be made in the editing space since a lot of new influencers need you. Also you can focus on new platforms like tiktok, reels and shorts.
 
Good advice bruv
Thanks
Can you please recommend a CapCut tutorial for a noob like me. Most of the YouTube videos are BS.
I am sure that you have corses on udemy for it
nice handy guide
Thanks
Sure - just keep on going to Hollywood :eek:
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Well as as beginner ,the amount of money you can earn will depend on quality of your work, your ability to market yourself ,and demand for your services. With dedication and hard work you can earn monthly 300$ to 1000$
Bro stop using chatgpt man
I've been doing it professionally as a content creator for 12 years now, and one place where you can start is on YouTube making money through AdSense with ads.

Find your niche and build your channel to a $300 monthly income. I'm making most months between $200-300 right now.

You can get into the AI modeling game right now and deepfake some models and make some videos with them like this one below:

No way people watching this thing, what simps man
Thanks for sharing.

Could you elaborate more on how to do a value based approach in this case would be like?
Make video first before sending to the prospect

Nice guide, there's definitely money to be made in the editing space since a lot of new influencers need you. Also you can focus on new platforms like tiktok, reels and shorts.
Yeah
I know using Camtasia. possible?
Depends
 
I thought this is just some kind of tutorial/guide, unfortunately it’s just a click bait title with a bunch of advice.

The title should’ve been:
Tips and Advice from an Industry Expert to Start Your Video Editing Freelancing.

Or

Before you Start Your Freelance Video Editing Business, Check this thread out.
 
I've been doing it professionally as a content creator for 12 years now, and one place where you can start is on YouTube making money through AdSense with ads.

Find your niche and build your channel to a $300 monthly income. I'm making most months between $200-300 right now.

You can get into the AI modeling game right now and deepfake some models and make some videos with them like this one below:

Can you tell us how did you make this?
 
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