Top Secrets of Becoming a Successful Freelance Web Developer in 2021:
Contains Real Proposals that Won Me Jobs
“A must read for anyone who is a freelancer! Do yourself the favour!” – Nick (freelance writer)
Hello Fellow Freelancers!
Are you a freelance web developer who is struggling in your freelancing career?
No matter how many proposals you send, no matter how much you modify them, no matter how cheap you set your rate to, but if you are still failing to land gigs, then this book is for you.
In this book, you will find:
? The mistakes that most freelancers make.
? How to think like a client.
? What type of clients to target.
? How to avoid everyday bidding and get out of the rate race.
? How to estimate projects.
? What points to include in your proposals.
? How to communicate with a client.
? AND MOST IMPORTANTLY: My proposals that I used to win projects, including the thought process behind writing them.
After reading this book, I am confident that you will be able to:
? Communicate with your clients better.
? Create targeted and unique proposals for each client.
? Able to find several regular clients, so you never have to bid again.
? Estimate time and scope of projects better.
? Be a successful and top-rated freelancer.
? Be a true digital nomad.
If you are not a web developer but a programmer in any language or simply an online freelancer working in any other domain, .e.g. Writing or SEO, you will still find this book helpful because the concept of proposal writing is the same for everyone.
However, the author is a web developer himself, so web developers will be able to relate more to the information present in this book.
About the Author
Faraz Ahmed is a Zend Certified PHP Developer, Writer, and CBT Life Coach from Karachi, Pakistan, and the Top Rated+ Freelancer on Upwork. He has been using Upwork to find freelancing opportunities for almost eight years now. With over 11,000 hours of work completed, he’s a pro when it comes to writing excellent freelance proposals.
He loves writing technical help books and mystery, horror, and sci-fi stories.