As a freelancer, you are selling yourself to the whole world who are looking to engage your services or buy your products. Writing a good profile gives people an insight on who you are, what you stand for and of course, your experiences. However, don’t put up a profile on freelancing platforms as if you are applying for a job.
The number one mistake I often see on freelancing platforms are profiles that look like a resume. I’m not going to hire you for a permanent role, I don’t need to read through your CV and if I am looking for a graphic designer, having a teaching experience some eight years ago, will not benefit me in any way.
So how do you write a profile that will attract customers to you like bees to honey? Below are listed some steps for your consideration.
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