Freelance Speak's exclusive mega list of freelance opportunities
There's more to the freelance world than coding and designing websites. In today's digital economy, the various ways to freelance continue to push the boundaries of freelancing as we know it.
In fact, it's estimated that within 10 years, nearly half the workforce in the U.S. will be freelancers if current trends sustain.
It might seem far fetched, until you start thinking outside the box about what types of work could potentially be outsourced to freelancers.
If you're tossing around the idea of freelancing but aren't sure how to best translate your skills, this mega list of 50 ways to freelance might be all the inspiration you need:
Myth: Freelancers run every aspect of their business themselves.
As a one-man show, it's logical to think that you're responsible for managing every moving part of your business. Though not as complex as a small business, freelancers are still tasked with accounting, marketing, branding, and every other little thing that will result in revenue.
The truth is, even though you're a freelancer or solopreneur, you don't have to do business alone. Learn how you can scale your freelance business and take your earnings to the next level.
When you start a freelancing career, one of the first questions you'll need to answer is where can you find clients?
One of the most attractive places for new freelancers to start is by promoting their services on freelancing websites and platforms that connect you with buyers searching for your services.
Let's take a closer look at some of the top freelancing marketplaces where you can promote yourself and start attracting clients:
Successful freelancing is all about getting the right exposure to build your brand and credibility. Posting as a guest on a blog can help you get your name and expertise in the digital space and show people you know what you're talking about - even if you're not a blogger!
But where do you find such opportunities?
We've compiled a massive list of 74 blogs and websites that accept guest posts. Find your industry or niche, click the link, read the guidelines, and send your pitch (or post). If you get accepted - we love backlinks :)
Here we go: