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    As an aspiring freelancer, it might be easy to picture yourself working in sweats from your favorite spot at home instead of for tech companies. But if you’re planning to leave your current job to start up on your own, you might be worried about all the parts of your new life and career that you can’t picture yet. Use the following advice to learn how to become a freelance web developer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexanderdebrahan View Post
    As an aspiring freelancer, it might be easy to picture yourself working in sweats from your favorite spot at home instead of for tech companies. But if you’re planning to leave your current job to start up on your own, you might be worried about all the parts of your new life and career that you can’t picture yet. Use the following advice to learn how to become a freelance web developer.
    The demand for web developers is growing, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. By branching off on your own, you can secure your piece of the market while it’s expanding. The growing web development industry is full of great opportunities for employment as well as jobs for freelancers.

    As a freelancer, you can leave corporate baggage behind. It’s no secret that companies come with hoops to jump through and bosses who boss. Often employees feel like companies create so many hoops that they can’t do the actual work they were hired to do.

    As your own boss, you’ll be able to weed away some of the frivolous pieces of corporate work. When freelancing, your work is remote and you manage your own schedule. Instead of working full-time from nine to five, you can plan for a 30-hour workweek, only work in the mornings or evenings, or just throw away schedules altogether. You’ll know when you need to buckle down to meet deadlines and when you can spend a little extra time with friends and family.

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    The start of this journey is usually difficult because clients don’t know about your freelance developer operation. It will most likely take at least three to six months to get your feet planted. Depending on your situation, consider starting your freelance work while you still have a regular job. During this time, it may help to finish a few projects that you can use to pitch your services to future clients. You can ask friends and family for projects or use job boards to find freelance developer opportunities. It also helps to have a few test runs before your livelihood depends on it.

    A website will make it easy for your potential clients to see if you match their needs and expectations. It’s easy to share a link to your website which makes you accessible. There are a few more pointers on building your own website in the next section.

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    As mentioned earlier, if you’ve had the chance to do some projects all on your own, display those on your website. If not, start working on some. Remember, the goal here is to showcase your coding and programming skills, so really stretch your abilities and produce something that you can be proud of.

    Use the reputation and network you already have to get started. Tell family, friends, and past work associates that you’ve decided to freelance. Use social media or other channels to frequently remind your network what you offer as a freelancer. If you do a project you’re really proud of, let people know. This will help your network to keep growing.

    In order to make money as a freelancer, you have to market your services on your own. Getting clients takes effort, so begin networking as soon as you’re ready to start freelancing.

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    If you are an engineer or a graphic designer and looking for some custom web development services, you have landed at the right place. Here is web development company Promodex Agency with some seasoned experts in websites, mobile apps and other software solutions. Just ask them to solve your problems with the most innovative tech tool.

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