Attention Freelancers — Make more money from home in your PJs!
Watch the video below to find out how you can get more jobs and make more money using Elance.com and Guru.com.
Perfect for videographers, photographers, writers, sales/marketers (online and offline), graphic designers, programmers, and editors.
Learn how to outbid other people and still get the job
See real world examples of proposals that don’t work, and proposals that do.
Find out how to build your business and automate your income so that you become the middle man and get more time to…well….do whatever!
Learn what makes your profile more attractive to job providers.
More Freelance Jobs From Home
I don’t like going out and talking to people, that’s why I’ve been making money online for years. At first I didn’t make very much, not until I learned through a lot of trial and error how to use Elance and Guru.com to fill up my client queue, keep my finances stable, and increase my quality of life. Now I want to teach you how I did just that.
Greater Control Over Your Finances
The economy has gone sour and people definitely want greater control over their finances, especially us freelancers. I know the feeling, waiting around for the next job, not knowing exactly where it’s going to come from. Well, with this course you’re going to learn how to get a consistent amount of jobs coming in each week without having to leave your home. I’ll show you the short cuts.
Deal With Trouble Clients
One of the main things about being a freelancer is learning how to protect yourself and deal with trouble clients. Well, seeing as how I’m going to be showing you how to get more clients, I’ll also teach you how to deal with certain common trouble client types and how to gracefully get through the situation. I will also teach you how to protect yourself.
I’ve broken my first ongoing Elance client which averages around £30 per hour and freelancing is going well elsewhere, too. Without your course I would still be sitting around wondering why no one was hiring me. I’m moving to Koh Samui in Thailand on Monday where I shall be continuing my freelance endeavours in a more tropical location than the United Kingdom. I just wanted to write you and say thanks.