Being a freelancer is realy harder than finding a job XD Im a webdeveloper and im looking / trying to have a job (via the internet) (Not Complicated stuff! just websites like a small store etc )

can any one tell me how can i get started?

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  • A similar but perhaps not entirely duplicate question asked previously that I answered can be found here: freelancing.stackexchange.com/questions/4279/… – fiprojects Apr 10 '16 at 12:20
  • Hello Achraf, and welcome to Freelancing.SE! — unfortunately, "How do I get started" is just way, way too broad to be answerable in a format that we use on Stack Exchange. Could you please edit your question to be more specific, so we can clean it up and provide better answers? – Amelia Apr 11 '16 at 10:38

Well, one of the best sites to start freelancing is Freelancer. I am on this site, and it is awesome. I get a lot of work from here. Be sure to check it out :)

  • already in there but for a started! its impossible this days i guess (i know that i can get things done but i dont have a 5 star profile you know) – Achraf Khouadja Apr 10 '16 at 9:08
  • It's not impossible, you just have to bid on a lot of projects. My tips are: 1. Be honest 2. Upgrade your membership, so you can bid on more jobs. – Zygimantas Apr 10 '16 at 9:09
  • if i had the means to upgrade , i wouldnt be looking for a job XD 3rd world country problemes, any way thanks man :D ill keep trying – Achraf Khouadja Apr 10 '16 at 9:11
  • Why the downvotes? It would be nice to explain them before downvoting. – Zygimantas Apr 18 '16 at 8:00

There are several options out there. But I would recommend you ELANCE (Upwork), I have got many jobs there.

Consider to have a nice portfolio, so the clients can see how good you are.

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