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Senin, 30 Agustus 2010

Freelance Bid Jobs - Tips on Getting Your Bid Selected

These tips will help you stand out against the competition by showcasing your experience, efficiency, confidence, and ability.

State that You Have Experience with that Type of Work

With the plethora of freelancers out there, employers are looking for those who offer not only competitive rates, but also experience. Stating your experience shows that you know what you're doing because you've done it before. It also shows that previous employers have paid you to do that type of work, which prospective employers take seriously. However, be careful not to overstate your abilities. This will most likely just lead to disappointment on the part of your employer, as well as you being overwhelmed by taking on a task you're not ready for.

Reassure the Employer that You Can Do the Work Quickly and Easily

Obviously, employers are looking to get a job done. Stating your experience helps show that you are able to get the job done, but it's important to let them know you are also able to get the job done in an efficient and timely manner. Tell them when you can have it done. Try to make that date as soon as possible, while also being realistic about how long it may take you. In other words, give yourself a tiny bit of cushion to make sure your goal is achievable, but try to get it done quickly.

Be Confident

Don't try to get a job by telling an employer how desperate you are for this job. Telling a sob story is not appealing at all. Even if you are in dire need of money, pretend you're not. That doesn't mean you act like the job doesn't matter. It just means you show you're confident in your skills as well as your ability to find work because of those skills. Even if you don't get this job, you will get another one because you're good at what you do.

Explain HOW You Will Do the Work (So They Know You Already Have a Plan)

This shows you're ready, prepared, and organized-something employers greatly value. Outlining a plan for getting the job done lets the employer know you're serious about their project and that you're capable of handling it. It also reiterates your confidence. Let them know how you plan to handle their project.

Bids can get very competitive, but stay confident and be patient. Your bid will get selected if you follow these tips.


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