Does delivering your freelance services faster than the others means more work and more pay? My answer is no. But again It depends. In some occasions, yes. But if you are thinking of offering this in a long term, it’s not sustainable. I am saying this based on my personal experience.
In video creation, there are many important elements that when combined, results in a very successful quality production. But all of them are pointless if the story-line is not good.
It doesn’t matter if you have been freelancing for a long time or short time, contract disputes are unpredictable and can come knocking at your door anytime.
That is why you should be vigilant from the time a client contacts you. This is only where you can see a problem from a distance.
As we come to the end of the year 2019, many freelancers are reflecting on how the year was and putting down their resolutions for the coming year 2020.
One of the driving forces behind putting down the new year resolutions is the ‘misfortunes that begot us’ in the past. In most occasions, the misfortunes is as a result of our negligence to small things to contribute largely to success.
Most freelancers would rather work under the clients terms and overlook theirs. Well, that has been the way all along. I mean, even educational institutions teach people this – work ethnics, how to retain your job and climb up the corporate ladder e.t.c
While I am writing this blog-post from the video producers perspective- the secret formula of video script writing I am going to reveal on this blog post is very practical to any newbie in video script writing business.
Is artificial Intelligence(AI) simplifying your Freelancing business or are you scared that it will replace skills? You don’t have to be scared at all. Instead, you have to embrace it and look at different of using it to grow your business.
It doesn’t matter if the project at hand is big or small – the psychology of closing a sale is the same. Now, if you are fond of copying other people ways of handling business-then this explains why you are always loosing/or getting your a** kicked just when you are about to close a sale. […]
Like photography, anyone can do a screen cast video- all they need to have is a computer installed with a screen-casting software and headphones with microphone to record their voice-Period!
So, how can you make this a business if anyone can do it? Who will pay for a such service?
Any freelancer with proven track record will tell you that they regularly get requests from both past and new clients to work on a project within a very short timeline-in fact, it’s the client who sets the timeline.
When this happens, the client will offer to pay you more to complete the project. But not all of these clients will mention this when making their request, and if you are naive, you will accept the project and charge them your regular rates.