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The best way to earn clients' trust without reviews is to be honest, especially about your qualifications. Note that there are many jokers masquerading as experts in different fields and yet they have no idea what some of these fields entail. Believe in yourself; if you truly have what it takes, tell the client. Ensure that your profile is complete; that is like your resume online. Most emplo... Read More

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Hello! I had the same problem, but I spoke to Customer Support about it, and they were able to help. Here's what you have to do. Go to your Settings tab. There, you'll see Membership. From THAT Membership tab, you'll be able to cancel and downgrade to a free membership. If you go straight to Membership from the right-side options bar, you don't get that option. So, Settings, THEN Membership. I'm ... Read More

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Freelancer.com is a webpage which brings together people who want to work (freelancers) and people or companies which are in need for employees. For employers there are a few ways to post work, they can create projects, this is one of the mostly used method to work with employees on freelancer.com. Another option is to create contests where many freelancers can submit their work and the employ... Read More

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If a milestone is reversed, it would be for two reasons. 1. A valid reason that you've not upheld your part of the bargain, and the employer wants a refund of the money paid to you. In this case you need to work it out with the employer and if it does not work out, then contact freelancer through the dispute system. If you've been hit by multiple milestone reversals, you have probably some extre... Read More

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While it may seem such a nuisance, taking exams on freelancing forums such as freelancer.com is a good move. The benefits of taking and passing these exams are as follows: o Exams enable you to determine how good you actually with respect to your chosen skill set. You may think your HTML skills are good but upon doing the tests, you fail. That should tell you that you are not as good as you think... Read More

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I am both an employer and a developer on freelancer.com so I can provide some insights from both perspectives. For employers it all boils down to experience. If you are an employer without any prior IT experience (which is most likely) you might not know what to write, or what you need. By writing "I need someone to make me a website" you're basically saying: "I need a car" . What type of car? ... Read More

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Hi, we all have the same problem. freelancer.com will not give you the money back. So, the solution in my opinion is according the following steps: 1) fell free to bed on projects 2) if you agree with the employer with chat and before awarding the project 3) request from him/her to open a per hour project for you 4) in per hour project you will pay nothing until you get paid * 5) if he/she... Read More

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