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I used to freelance using a lot of those sites, I'd often overbid, and here are the reasons why: 1 - Bad project description If I don't see a precise project description and scope, that means I'd have to get that information from you, which is added time that I'm going to charge you for. For example, the client asks to create a simple one-pager site and ...


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This is a common problem in business - when a contractor sees what is really being asked for, they want more money than you budgeted. This happens in home remodeling, building a restaurant, and nearly every other business. This is not a "freelancer site" only issue. I've had that problem on both sides (for example, a subcontractor finding out the ...


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(DISCLAIMER: I do not use sites for finding Freelance jobs) If you can contact them before accepting, I would start a discussion about what is required, and what's in the budget. If the Freelancer misunderstood what was being asked, you should be able to clear it up for them at this stage. As a Freelancer, I do not like to spend more than 15 minutes of ...


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