So you’re a graphic designer, and you’ve got your laptop, and you’ve purchased Photoshop, and you’ve made up your business cards. but something’s missing. Clients! We’ve all been there. Sitting at home twiddling our thumbs wondering why the phone isn’t ringing with business. There used to be a time, even after the Internet was created, when telecommuting jobs were rarely started online. Either you work for a company in-house and they allow you to stay at home after a while, or you meet your clients face to face first and then complete your projects at home. But with the recent surge in people starting their own home-based businesses, there has been a tremendous boom in businesses outsourcing certain necessary services. And design work is at the forefront of that boom. Here is a chance to capitalize on the rise of outsourcing. As long as you have a reliable computer and a fast connection to the Internet, you can have your own clientele base by bidding on freelance jobs of your choosing and set your own hours. The competition is fierce, which is to be expected, but it beats pounding the pavement looking for work when you can just point and click your way through interviews! Here are several websites specifically for telecommuting jobs: • Odesk • Walsaq • Elance Here are others specifically for freelancing work: • Sologig.com • Krop • No Agencies Please • Filter Happy job hunting! Where do you go to search for freelance jobs?
Five great websites to find freelance design work
June 28, 2009
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