You’ve combed through the job postings on the freelance job boards and you’ve found a project that you think would be perfect for you, now what? Freelancing is rewarding but can also be highly competitive so you need to make sure that you write a strong proposal to give yourself the best chance of being successful.
Where do I start?
Step one is to read the project description very, very carefully and make sure that you fully understand the parameters of the project and what is expected of you. In a perfect world all potential clients will write very detailed and in-depth project briefs that clearly outline absolutely all the requirements. In actual practice, this is fairly rare unless you have an ‘experienced’ client who has worked with a lot of web developers before. 99% of freelance developer and client frustration comes from a lack of understanding of what should …Read More