Question:

How much do you earn from freelancing?

10 October, 2021 Raymond Roberie 6

Answers (6):

  • AUTHOR: BRUCE MENJIVAR
    14 October, 2021

    answer:. Well, according to a UK study by the Freelancers Union and Elance-oDesk more than three million people want to quit their day jobs. No matter the size of your business, you're going to need a sound strategy for making more money - one that can accommodate changing economic climates. The following strategies - including diversifying your portfolio, determining opportunities cost-effectively and realizing when opportunity may be too expensive - will help. Freelancing is an option not just for graphic designers or developers but lawyers, contractors and marketers who are looking at contracts that offer little security or predictability.

  • AUTHOR: WILLIAM KAZMIERCZAK
    14 October, 2021

    Freelancing sites such as Upwork and Fiverr offer an estimate tool so you can get a handle on what to expect. For example, with only one year of experience I earned $160 per day at Fiverr, and $120 per day at Upwork. With more than five years of experience freelancing my prices ranged from $290 - 900 per day respectively. My answer: How much do YOU earn from freelancing? That depends on your level of expertise in the field, whether or not it's your main career (or side hustle), how much time you spend working each week, and other factors like market prices for offerings like yours.

  • AUTHOR: ANTHONY HOWE
    14 October, 2021

    How much I earn from freelancing varies depending on the type of work available to me at any given time, but averages around $1,000 per month unless I'm doing full-time contract work. I do what's called "conversion optimization" for various websites' ad campaigns - one day it might be $300 worth of B2B SEO content writing jobs followed by $500 in PPC Facebook marketing then the next day might just be a few hours doing graphics design before another B2B SEO campaign rolls in. Switching between types of assignments is really necessary if you're not looking to specialize in any particular field - say for example adding email copywriting to my set of skills.

  • AUTHOR: BRIAN BYRON
    14 October, 2021

    There is no set answer. In general, if you're a better writer or represent more niche skills there are probably easier ways to make money then from freelancing. For most people with average skills this may be a popular option. If you're willing to work long hours and enjoy the hustle, freelancing might be an option year-round. But, don't rush into it thinking you'll get rich right away -- at first, your earnings will probably be dependent on how much time and effort you put in and how good of a job you do on any given project so again the returns vary widely depending on how many contracts or jobs can stick with on any given week.

  • AUTHOR: LARRY NOREN
    14 October, 2021

    How much do you earn from freelancing? Impossible for me to say. It varies wildly depending on what the type of work someone does, and what skills they have. You can search money-related subreddits or other forums in order to get a better idea of what a typical freelancer earns in your field, but it's not something I know anything about personally. All I know is that you shouldn't make your rates too low if you want to make any money at all!

  • AUTHOR: WILLIAM PARIS
    14 October, 2021

    If you are a freelancer, freelance writer, or freelance designer, it varies. For the most part though the average hourly wage for these types of professionals is somewhere in between $25-$35. The one thing everyone can be sure about when trying to make ends meat is that it will not be easy- but this doesn't mean its impossible either! It can take time and patience before finally start seeing things turn around- maybe by hiring some more people on staff, or finding new clients that pay better rates. You might need to experiment with different marketing strategies as well as become smarter about managing your own time; knowing when to put in more hours and when to stop pushing yourself.