Any client, be it a newbie or experienced in hiring, have one thing in common- they are always looking for ways to save time and money. That's exactly what a Freelance Video Production Agency does for clients when they hire them. On top of it, save them headache!
After a complete video review of close to 15 Premium VPN's with the leading having 10 Million+ users and others averaging at 1 Million+ users, the question that I have always asked myself during the review process is; do I really need a VPN as a Freelancer living in Africa on a day to day basis?
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.
If you were in the middle of something and you receive a message from a new prospective client; and upon checking, you realize that the client is a fortune 500…
When it comes to user rights, not every freelancer know much about them leave alone charging clients for the same. It's ok to use 'creative user rights' as a marketing tool when you are a newbie in the Freelance marketplace. I mean, you can get people buying from you if you are giving them 'rights' to use your work as a discount.
So, who is a serious client and who is a time killer? It's really harder to differentiate the two because both of them will definitely hire and pay you. Most seasoned Freelancers with experience and those who have built a reputation online are the ones who can differentiate the two type of clients.
One of the ways mostly recommended to market a mobile app in App store or Google playstore is through a demo video. Now, the way you create and present the video is up to you. The common and most effective way to do this, is by developing a professional screencast demo video. So, what is an app demo video? It's a video demonstrating how an app works in real time. This way, interested users can watch it before downloading the application.
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
When you repeatedly do something you become a master- and your chances of succeeding is high. It starts with first identifying a niche, then repeatedly bidding for projects that matches it. Everyday make sure you bid on 2-3 jobs that are related to your skills. Don't worry that no one is responding to your bids so long as you have adhered to the terms of service in the Freelancing site you are working on.
If there is one great advise any seasoned Freelancer will ever give you- is that there is a pattern in the Freelancing business. There is the low season and there is the high season. Both seasons may occur 2-3 times a year based on the category of service you are offering. Low seasons is that month in the year where you record low sales while high season is the one that you record high sales.