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Freelancing Your Talent

By Edited Sep 11, 2015 0 0

Many of us carry a full-time job, but we may find our hours being cut, bosses becoming more intolerable than ever, or are expenses steadily rising as our paycheck stays steadily and unsurprisingly the same. Our options seem to have caved in and we feel trapped by the weight of expenses. This feeling is only becoming greater as the economy dwindles away into sheer collapse.

If you find yourself in this situation (most of us) then take one further step and ask yourself this question: are you good at something? There is a massive blossoming industry sizzling right below us, and it is the world of freelancing. Freelancing had the stigma of being confined to scurvy journalists, but in recent years, the activity has seethed into a multitude of genres, and has penetrated the Internet with full force. Any activity can be freelanced. If you are a talent, people will find you, and it will only be a matter of time until you are working on what you love, establishing connections with clients, and becoming a full-time freelance artist.

Freelancing Your Passion

Freelancing does not apply only to struggling painters. The scope has expanded. Individuals create websites for others, and have crafted careers around doing so. Writers have built entire careers around freelancing for others. If you can write in any genre, you can find footing online. This includes popular culture, school essays, technical papers, resumes, editing, you name it. Writers are simply brimming with success on the Internet.

Musicians can freelance their music and live speakers are finding individuals who need their freelancing efforts for live performances. There truly is a massive field of opportunity, and many are quitting their jobs to pursue their passions full-time. What makes freelancing so great is twofold- if you have talent, you will make money. If you have drive, you will make money. As well, if you love it, you can keep doing it. There is little better than that.

One of the main areas of growth for freelancing is in website design. Because it is a bit more difficult than typical freelance work, there is less immediate competition. Of course, content writing, business copy, marketing, and many other mediums are popular for freelancers.

Best Sources For Freelance Work

If you are looking for some extra cash, try taking your peculiar talents to the Internet for freelancing. Below are some of the most popular sources for freelancing online. Before going too deep into any of them, do your research to find what works for you. Learn questions such as how do you get paid? How much time must you put in each week? What is the range of work? Good luck.

Elance.com
Freelancer.com
Scriptlance.com
Fivver.com
AllFreelanceWork.com
Guru.com
oDesk.com
Gigbucks.com

 

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