This step-by-step playbook shows you the fastest, easiest, and most profitable way to break into online freelancing -- no networking, no cold emails, and no website required. James Patterson, the #1 … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Guide to Getting Your First (Or Next) Freelance Job
There are 2 basic stories you can tell yourself (and/or other people) about freelancing. Option A:It’s hard to find clients. There’s too much competition. There aren’t enough high paying … [Read more...] about There are 2 freelancing “stories” you can tell yourself. Which one do you choose?
I’ve recently been reviewing Upwork profiles for students of my Secrets Of A Six-Figure Upworker course and I noticed something interesting…Some people -- especially copywriters -- tend to use … [Read more...] about What clients REALLY want to see in your Upwork profile
I don’t know whose idea it was to call dog cages “crates,” but I’ll bet that person is very rich right now.Ditto for whoever replaced the term “genetically engineered foods” with “genetically … [Read more...] about Freelancing words that need to die
Tom had been growing increasingly frustrated with his corporate engineering job and often toyed with the idea of trying something new and different in the back of his mind. But when he and his wife … [Read more...] about This engineer-turned-marketer realizes how much safer freelancing really is compared to a “regular” job
After years of helping freelancers at all levels raise their rates and charge what they deserve, here’s what I’ve noticed about why we charge too little in the first place:We don’t know how to … [Read more...] about 5 surprising truths about how to charge — and get — what you’re worth
My favorite local tea shop gave me and my wife a “loyalty” discount on our first trip there -- before we’d displayed even an ounce of actual loyalty! A few months later they were out of business, … [Read more...] about Why do we charge so little, when we could charge more?
In today's Ask Danny I'll be answering three different questions, all about Upwork proposals.Since everyone seems to love this topic, let’s get right into it… How do I write a good Upwork … [Read more...] about “How do I write proposals for vague job posts?” & other Upwork proposal questions
Even though Josiah had a steady tech job, he couldn’t help but feel stifled by the monotony of the 9-5 lifestyle.“The office environment was sucking the life out of me. I sat in a cubicle all day … [Read more...] about Freelancing allows this web developer to have creative control over his business — and his life
Note from Danny:Today’s post on improving your Job Success Score was written by Steven Young, Freelance To Win’s “mad scientist.” When it comes to the technical side of winning on Upwork, Steven … [Read more...] about Improving your Job Success Score on Upwork: How to recover from a low score and maintain 100%
Although Dan was a successful digital marketer at a growing marketing agency, there were a few things he wished he could change about his job.“When you’re working in a big agency, you’re stuck … [Read more...] about Meet Dan: The agency marketer who went full-time freelance in just three months