Living the freelance life can be incredibly alluring. Imagine having the option to work from anywhere, be your own boss, choose your hourly rate, and pick exactly the people you want to work with. If you’re wondering how to start freelancing with no experience, you’re in the right place.
I started freelancing about two years ago — without much prior experience. All freelancers have to start somewhere and now, I have numerous clients. Trust me, you’re not alone, and freelancing for beginners is completely possible!
Stop searching for articles about how to become a freelancer with no experience; this article will cover all the bases. Implement these steps, and you could be well on your way to finding your first client.
Here’s my guide to freelancing for beginners.
1. Start a Website
Probably the easiest way to get started out freelancing with no experience is to create a website for your services.
Even if you’re not a web designer, you can find templates for pretty much every web platform out there. All you have to do is tweak the colours to match your branding.
Some of the website platforms I suggest for beginners are Wix and Elementor. The latter is more affordable. If you want a bit more freedom, consider looking into WordPress.
One thing to make sure of when creating a website is to purchase your own domain name. (ie: www.yourwebsite.com)
This looks a lot more professional to your clients right off the bat, and you can also usually get a free email address at your domain too, so you won’t have to use something like Gmail.
When creating your website, you don’t need to have a lot of information that will bore your clients. Focus the copywriting on your client, what you offer, and how you can help. Make sure to at least have a home page, about page, contact page, and services page.
To raise your domain authority, consider starting a blog on your website too. This is a great way to share information with potential clients and showcase your knowledge so that you can start to show others that you are an expert in your field and should be hired for your skillset.
Start your website using this link and you’ll receive a free, easy-to-follow, video tutorial to help you set up your website easily and correctly.
2. Look on Freelancing Websites
There are many freelancing websites out there filled with potential…
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