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How To Make OVER $1,000 A Week On goLance

If you’re looking for another “Get rich scheme” this article isn’t for you. This article is for those who are seriously interested in earning steady revenue and living life as a successful freelancer leveraging goLance. I’m going to be 110% upfront with everyone reading this if you aren’t willing to put in the preparation to have this type of financial freedom, then stop reading now.

If you’ve gotten this far and are confident you have what it takes to be a full-time working freelancer, well guess what? We believe in you too.  Today, we’re going to talk about exactly what it takes to make over $1,000 a week on goLance. You ready?

How To Make OVER $1,000 A Week On goLance

1.  Optimize Your Profile

Before you pass go you need to set up shop. You need a profile and just signing up for goLance doesn’t cut it. If you want to be a working full-time freelancer, you NEED to put in the work. Jump on goLance and build out your profile, if it takes a good six hours to do so, remember this will pay off.  You are investing in your future and this needs to be done.

Check off the following items:

  • Clear profile image
  • Direct bio that lists your skills
  • Work samples
  • If you don’t have samples, create mockups

Your goLance profile is your storefront. It is where prospects will look at before deciding to pull the trigger and hire you for a job. Make it professional, clear and precise.  This is really where you’ll be making your first impression to capture the attention of prospects and secure work.

2. Earn Passive Revenue

Now that #1 is squared away it’s time to start earning money. Every dollar counts and there’s no reason why you can start earning revenue before you even land your first gig. Yes, you read that correctly. You can earn revenue without even getting hired for a gig. Want to know how? Keep reading…

goLance has changed the scope of what it means to be a freelancer. We provide options and ultimate freedom to those who join our platform. What does that mean for you? You can earn passive revenue by referring others to signup for goLance. The more you refer, the more that signup, the more that land gigs, the more passive revenue you earn. Here’s a guide that walks you step by step on how to do this.

Now the question becomes, who do you know that would be a good fit to earn extra cash, set their own hours, has a skill to offer to jobs that are posted from around the world? If anyone comes to mind, it’s time to refer them and for YOU to start earning passive revenue.

3. Apply For Gigs

You need to set realistic goals and aim to reach them. When you’re just starting out as a freelancer aiming to earn 10K a month may not be realistic until you’ve proven your set of skills. This could be a great long-term goal, but for now, you want to set goals you can hit.

So if you want to earn $1,000 a month ask yourself what will it take to get there? Depending on your freelancer background there are a couple ways to do this.

In most cases, I recommend locking down several gigs and contracts at competitive rates that will equal that weekly amount. For instance, try to aim for 3 gigs ever 60 days. If you do the math that’s a new gig every 20 days.

How will new gigs help you grow your revenue? The more clients you have, the more you network. Take on a few low-paying gigs to start, do a great job and down the road ask for a referral or see if the client needs help with larger projects.

The second benefit, are multiple streams of revenue. We all know finding that cash cow is great, but really difficult at any stage of the game. If you have multiple clients that equal the revenue you want to bring in, it’s a lot less stressful then locking down one major paying client.

Final Thoughts…

Imagine building your profile and optimizing it for conversions. Now picture referring friends to earn passive revenue. After you’ve accomplished this, it’s time to apply for gigs. Set the bar to a realistic number. 3 gigs every 60 days is a good goal to reach.

You can do this, but you have to put in the work. Once you go this route, there’s no slowing down. You will be networking, meeting new people, securing stable income. Remember making $1,000 a week is just an idea. Put a plan in place to reach that idea and now it becomes reality.