Did anyone have any good success being a freelancer beta tester for apps and games? If so, what platform did you use to get your jobs? Do companies even hire freelancers for beta testing outside of their respective companies?
Working from home has a lot of benefits, but you miss out on the social interaction with co-workers and colleagues that people working a day job usually have. How do you cope with this? How do you get your fill of social interaction as a freelancer?
How do you guys deal with people telling you that freelancing is not a real job and that you should get hired at a company instead, working a day job? Can you even convince people that don`t consider freelancing real work?
Do you guys also have a part-time job besides working as a Freelancer online? Or do you do Freelancing full-time? Would you consider getting a part-time job to cover off months when you have few clients and low income?
Can`t wait for Season 2. This show is the perfect mix of E.T., The X-Files and Twilight Zone. Very well done and each episode is more interesting then the previous one. I`m really curious if the producers can keep up the quality in Season 2 as well.
Thanks for sharing this. You should always be polite with your clients, even when you refuse and offer and flat out decline a job. As a freelancer, your reputation is everything and you should actively keep it positive, even when saying "No".
A very nice article. Lists can be really useful for any aspect of day to day life, but especially helpful when you need to get things done or need to write your thoughts and ideas down, so you don`t forget them. Definitely use lists to your advantage.
There are a couple of good tips in that list, for sure. I completely agree with trying to avoid distractions as much as possible. When you decide to work, work and keep everything else out, most importantly social media. You will have plenty of time to catch up once you finish your projects.