LoGiCaL__ wrote: goluhaque wrote:
LoGiCaL__ wrote:As mentioned before the hardest part is getting started because people are always trying to undercut with prices they charge and expertise.
The only way I found to counter that was to bid at the absolute bottom. @OP: Really the absolute. The least you can get to. And offer the employer more than he needs, build relationships and contacts during the work so that you have more chances of getting selected the next time he offers work etc.
I like. Might as well start somewhere right?
Definitely. I started off on vWorker again with a new account too(had deleted the original one). Personally, vWorker's best for starting(my experience is limited to only vWorker and scriptlance). At the very least, this can atleast pay for the misc college expenses that are gonna come when I join college. At the very most, I can help my parents pay for the same.
(23:45:03) hauk: I guess you are over the best part of your life when 4-year-olds say "Are you an evil man?"
(23:46:19) hauk: and "Ima punch you in the pecker"