A Beginners Guideline for Starting Their own Freelance Gig Opportunities.
It just a simple fact, it is very hard for beginners to compete in established and entrenched markets. Often it is better for a younger, fast-growing talent to work with an equally young and fast growing platform, so you can say they cut their teeth together. And for the newer gig providers, this learning curve of online services is often more manageable.
Whether you’re young or established you will always want to find an open online platform that will provide you with a significant number of new buyers– that is the main reason for offering your services. The question is do you jump right into the big pond knowing you a very small fish, or do you find a pond that has equally small fish like yourself? The small pond could be attractive if it is growing very rapidly, plus it could give you a far better chance of finding an early and large footprint on that platform.
With some of the very large platforms using star rating systems and other analytics/measurements, this basically means you are often not found and can be forced to price aggressively (maybe even as a lost leader) to attain business. If you’re successful you could be a rock star. Let me explain: the more crowed the platform, the harder the entry and the longer it takes to get established. Often, especially at the beginning, you’re not very profitable. As a pond (platform) gets big it becomes more of a numbers game, and it can be hard for someone just teething to compete. In time, you will want to be on what is consider the best platform. Thus for most new freelance gig providers there is a lot of business on the overall platform, but very little for the last in line like them.
So the questions is: what is the best Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) Low Cost Marketplace for beginners, the smaller but rapidly growing marketplace or the big pond?
That’s why many experts think you should choose a platform that matches your skill set and established track record, one that is not only seen as very honest but has a good record for payment.
We recommend strongly that you select both– one platform that is young and fast growing, giving you more freedom and time to gain experience– but also a bigger, significantly more costly platform, especially if there is not cost to joining. This “double play” strategy gives you more time and live seasoning to improve your overall ranking and score on the larger stage. Continue constantly improving your experience and background on the faster growing market. We believe the bifurcated strategy provides the best of both words, and provides you with far less personally income risk, even if one fails.
On the fast growth side, we definitely recommend the Communal Freelance Gig Marketplace website for beginners. On the large platform side, many appear the same until you examine them based on your specific skill set. Try to find one that has fewer direct competitors with your skills, so you stand out more. Also, compare their fees.
Communal provides access to the readers of a very rapidly growing open source newspaper. Hundreds of thousands of potential buyers will see your services.