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freelancing is a good start (for noobs)

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by NEZOO, Apr 7, 2009.

  1. NEZOO

    NEZOO Newbie

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    sup dudes,
    if you are broke and want to make some big internet money but u dont have enough money to start...start off with freelancing.. market your self and only your self on forums like these sell lences be a middle man work for sombody else just dont be too proud to do this because its the best way .then you can start your own investment :D

    its a simple advice for noobs like me

    if my advice helped you even a lil bit leave a thanks or rep
     
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  2. projext

    projext Regular Member

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    Are you two related?:)
     
  3. phrasion

    phrasion Regular Member

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    yes they are both noobs :D

    jk
     
  4. bongli

    bongli Registered Member

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    In fact, the 3 of us are related. Just kidding. The most difficult part is to get the job, its not as easy as bullshitting about your capabilities and bidding low, you need to find reliable workers who are willing to do the shit on your behalf for much lower pricing.

    You will also need someone who is willing to communicate with your clients and updating them. Effective communication is difficult because usually clients don't know what they actually want. If you are bidding for straight forward tasks like article rewriting and CL posting, usually there will be lots of bidders.

    You need extremely good planning before you can start this middlemen business, and its not really meant for newbies. Trust me, I've been there.
     
  5. thxflash

    thxflash Power Member

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    Lol this got off topic pretty quick
     
  6. lukeevans

    lukeevans Junior Member

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    If you know photoshop fairly well, you can make banners for people at $5-$15 a pop, or make templates then sell them (blog themes ect..) I made about $100-$200 a week when I was in HS doing this, which paid for what I wanted at the time :p I also only worked about 2-3 hours max a week..

    Or find someone who wants a design done for say $150 then find someone else who will do it for $100, you keep $50 :)
     
  7. Padrino

    Padrino Newbie

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    Freelancing is the perfect choice for noobs.
    Not only to make some money.
    To learn how stuff work also, freelancing helps.
    What ever the quality you can offer, what ever the price you offer, you have your part in the market.

    The tough thing is while trying to upgrade.
    Someone write about how a freelancer can take his next step to get into owning blogs, getting into affiliate marketing, trying CPA etc etc.....