From where should i start freelancing?

Steps to follow:

1. Your Goals matter-
Set SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound) goals that motivate you and write them down to make them feel tangible.



2. Look for Profitable Niche-
Step 2- Follow Your Passionate Niche.
Step 2- Check the Niche Market Value.
Step 3- Look into Past & Current Trends.

3. Your Target Clients-
Look at your current customer base. Check out your competition. Analyze your product/service

4. Strategic Prices for Your Services-
Pricing strategies shape your prospects’ view of service quality. For example, a low price may lead customers to believe that your service quality is poor. Your pricing strategy is a strategic tool to help you achieve your business’ objectives.

5. Build a High-Quality Portfolio presence-
It’s difficult to get the best clients and can be even more challenging to … There are many tools you can use to help generate high quality, creative portfolios quickly. … There’s no question about it, you need a descriptive internet presence.

6. Create Examples of What You Can Deliver (on Your Portfolio presence)

Most used free platform for standout your business is WordPress



Categories freelancing-guidance/Money/passive-income

Post Author: Jubayer Hossain

I’m Jubayer Hossain, a self-taught, multi-disciplinary independent contractor and virtual assistant based in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
I specialize in custom website design & development with a focus on the WordPress content management platform. I combine WordPress with multiple Development Framework and most popular theme builders to create clean, user-friendly, and mobile-responsive websites. I first became interested in website development as a student of English Literature at the University of Dhaka, and over the next 2 years, taught and continue to teach myself HTML, CSS, PHP, Javascript & jQuery programming and WordPress custom theming. Prior to becoming a professional web developer, I spent 6 months in marketing communications, primarily as a virtual assistant in the IT sector. In addition to website design & development, I also dabble in other creative services, including graphic design & digital publishing, editing, social media management, events, and virtual assistant. My clients include political campaigns, corporations, small businesses, non-profits, independent professionals, community organizations, and larger agencies who outsource smaller web projects.

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