When you want to get hired, there’s one thing in common for all aspiring employees - you must look good for your employers because in the first place, they’re the ones going to get you hired! “Looking good” certainly does not refer to your physical aspects (although it may sometimes have its benefits) but rather the credentials that make you worthy to be hired. As a freelancer, how you land on a job heavily depends on the first glance of an employer at your profile, hence you must take this advantage and make your profile stand out from the pool of applicants you’re competing for a job with. It’s important that you consider doing the following so that you can attract the eye of every employer you’ll apply for:
When it comes to freelancing, there is absolutely no doubt that time and efficiency are some of the most sought-after elements in the domain – time is money. Freelancers want to get paid quickly for their work while hiring companies need time to initiate billings due to the associated administrative burdens that come with the invoicing process.