Format Your Application
Just as last week's post mentions Fiverr, this week's post is about putting in a better application on Fiverr. I showed you in last week's post about the buyer's requests section (see post and video here). Now, I'll show you a way to get a higher chance at landing that job for yourself.
When you want to land a job or gig as a freelancer, you want to be as specific as possible. You want to speak highly of yourself and your skills, maximize YOU.
Since I've been a voice over artist for over 3 years now, I have much more credibility today than I had when I first started. When I first began, I had no idea what to put in an application to get a job as a voice over artist. To be honest, I didn't visit the buyer's request section until a year into working on Fiverr. My first year was the hardest EVER! Of course, since I have gone ahead and learned a lot of things on my journey in working from home I provide this content/information to you. So you can move at a much faster pace than I did when I first began. Man, I wish I had this information when I first began!
Thoroughly Read Job Description
First, you must be sure to thoroughly read the job description, you don't want to put in an application for a job that you didn't even take the time to read. Think of each job/buyer's request as if you were not working from home, see the seriousness in getting that job.
Then, if you feel your skill set meets the requirements, I suggest you format your application in 3 small paragraphs:
At the top of this post, you will find video 4 in the How to Make Money from Home in 2018 Series. For more clarification on what I mean, be sure to check out the video. Subscribe, Like, and Comment if you feel it was useful for you. Be sure to share it with anyone you think it may be helpful to. Make a wonderful week! -Shenteria Marie