We have reached the critical point where the freelancers from all over the world provide their services and work for the unreasonably low prices. The clients expect to get the work done almost for free. This has to change.
Do we really need all those writers, designers, translators, paralegals, and other freelance categories? After all, the freelancing party was initially and exclusively organized for developers. Then, the others joined.
One day we will all be freelancers. Is that the good news or the bad news? Every day the number of freelancers is constantly increasing. Some freelance websites already have tens of millions of users. Other platforms have become extremely restrictive in accepting new freelancers.
You’re doing well for yourself. Your company is off the ground and running. Profits are coming in, and you’re relieved that your hard work is finally paying off. Then out of nowhere, tragedy strikes. An employee quits, or you had to fire him to protect your business. Business dies down and your employees complain about small paychecks; one of them walks out on you. You’re running short and lost some of your greatest talent. Someone suggested you find a freelancer on goLance. After hiring the freelancer, your business is up and running again. You have no complaints
The reality is that some of the most exciting businesses do not have a workspace. Instead, 21st century businesses like digital agencies, ecommerce companies, and consultants have remote teams located all over the globe.