Make Money Freelancing

I know there are a lot of people who want to know how to make money freelancing. I did freelancing several years ago, for extra money, but wound up moving away from it because it just took too much effort to find the work; especially while competing with people willing to work for next to nothing to build their portfolio.

However, I am returning to freelancing as of today, the very day I am writing this post. I am doing this for several reasons:

First of all, I have recently decided to dedicate myself to building TriOrbit Productions up as a major source of income. Doing freelancing work (or, more specifically: recent freelancing work) will certainly help me to attract clients. Plus, it gives me something to blog about which attracts visitors from search engines and social media.

By completing smaller tasks, I will build a portfolio that demonstrates my ability to adapt to the needs of clients. For years, I built my own websites and did stuff the way I wanted to do it. However, by creating solutions for clients, I will be challenged to learn new ways of doing things and adopt and adapt to new concepts. This is a good thing. It will help me to become more versatile, I am looking forward to it.

Freelancing will give me something to do while I am marketing for larger projects.

I’ve been a member of freelancer.com for years. However, today I joined Upwork and Fiverr, to see if I can’t generate a few clients from those platforms.

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