We are living in a age where everything online is customized according to a specific market. For instance-in an e-commerce site- there might be a high demand for one product in Africa and no demand at all in US.
As a result, some products may not display in some countries where demand is low. The website URL will be the same, but at the end of the URL, after the forward slash, it will indicate your country based on your IP.
Before you hire any freelancer, there are many things that you look at. Among them are; communication response speed, skills, budget e.t.c. This thus means that, the moment you make that decision- you know the kind of person you are hiring. So the question is, why address them rudely when you had done due diligence […]
When you put out clear requirements for the job you are offering , you will get several applications. So, what makes many freelancers to apply to your job post?
With more and more experts joining the freelancing business, the competition is becoming more fierce. Before I delve into today’s topic, here are additional things that makes many freelancers to bid on your offer.
Budget – It’s obvious, freelancers wants to be paid well for the service they are rendering. If the requirements are clear and your budget is good, many freelancers will apply to your job post.
Timelines – If you need the project done quickly and you indicate when you want the project delivered in your job description, any available freelancer will bid. Freelancers see this as an opportunity to make a quick buck.
Non Disclosure Agreement – Serious freelancers love to sign an NDA. This is a binding contract and it means that, if anything happens, you are in discretion to decide not to pay the freelancer. In this case, you attract serious freelancers. At the end you will have hard time selecting the one to work with.