How many hours of the day do Freelancers spend Bidding on Projects?
Here’s the deal. I will give you a million dollars for every freelancer you find to enjoy bidding, including yourself. We all know that this is a mission impossible. I don’t have to worry about giving away this amount of money I still have to earn working as a freelancer. And, you have to go back to bidding. Just like you’ve been doing every single day. For how long? Are we talking about minutes or hours you spend bidding?
There’s No Freelancing Without Bidding
In theory, bidding is supposed to be an activity where all parties involved in the freelancing process find the common ground: freelancers, clients, and the freelance websites themselves. In reality of freelance life, what you get is a battleground actually. You have freelancers who just want to get over with it. They want to place bids and move on. Then, you have the clients who expect for you to bid on their projects as if these are the first and last projects you have ever placed a bid on. Finally, there’s a freelance platform that is extremely spam-bidding-sensitive by default. Voilà! There you have it. A little bit of bidding drama every day and interests which run at cross purposes to create a stressful environment.
How do we fix it?
So, what can we do about it? Is there a way to make all the parties happy? Without selling your days to bidding or being a copy paste slug who wins hardly any jobs?
There is! Welcome to FreelancerBidding, a game changing tool for all freelancers.
Actively bidding 24 hours a day, even when you’re not, to secure projects you want to work on. While you can focus on actual client work and other things. Set it and forget it. (Built onto Freelancer.com’s API so you won’t get banned)
With so many features your bids will stand out above the rest, and make a real connection with each client, for only $7.99/M.