Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by saidhalimi, Oct 13, 2016.
How can I promoting my services as a freelacer?
Like everybody else does.. pay for Jr. VIP and start a BST.
If you can't do that, join a freelancing website. Tons of people make decent money using them, but the fees associated with most platforms are completely outrageous.
If you would like to work as a freelancer or want to start your service ,then you need to pay for Jr. VIP .
If you want to promote your services as a freelacer, you should pay for Jr. VIP
Keep an eye on this section - http://www.blackhatworld.com/forums/hire-a-freelancer.76/
There are plenty of Want To Hire threads open on a daily basis, apply to the post if you qualify. You can earn a decent amount through this.
Next level will be the Jr.VIP membership.. open a BST and enjoy!!
And maybe put your gig link in your Bio as your website Sorry, couldn't miss that.
better start as freelancer from other sites , polish your skills and then offer your service.
I'd suggest you start by learning how to spell freelancer....
Get the Jr VIP and make your BST then you can start to provide your quality services on here and make visible to them to get more interactions.
Hope you don't intend to offer a spell check service
I would sugget to join freelancing websites such as Upwork.
Another venue is Craigslist's gig section.
And if nothing works, you can start a BST in here by buying a Jr VIP.
You can sell your service with any freelancing website like fiverr, upwork, seoclerks among other. And moreover, be mindful of your spelling you seem to overlook that. That may even be costing you potential clients.
I won't suggest you to join another one of those freelancing marketplaces as the prices associated with them is outrageously high. Instead either get a Jr. VIP status here and start providing whatever you do here or else take it to Reddit. Go on reddit, create an account, head over to various freelancing subreddits and promote your services there. Be sure to follow the rules as redditors act quite harsh when it comes to abiding rules.
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