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I highly recommend investing time into building a reputation on a freelancer platform like Upwork. That's how I got my portfolio off the ground. Approach the process as an investment into your freelancer career. Don't expect that you'll be able to make a living with it right away. Bid on interesting jobs and start with low hourly rates/fixed price bids. Do ...


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You can create three of your own projects in the language that you prefer and use LinkedIn and Instagram to sell development services. The idea is you can show your abilities to make things like a web page or mobile app; it's so important in interviews or if your client wants to buy services from you. As another alternative, if you want to practice and ...


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Welcome to the wonderful world of Freelancing! First, you need to get a portfolio of your successful projects and problem-solving skills available. This is why most tutorials start with Wordpress - it's easy for non-programmers to setup and get running. I recommend a web presence, but if you're comfortable with another web tech, use that instead. For ...


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I don't have 20 years os experience, but I have 5 and started freelancing in 2019. I tried the websites @Ayaz cited on his answer (freelancer, upwork, guru, people per hour) but it is hard to compete in price with people just starting out when you don't have much that you can show. What worked for me was going to presenting at some events and meeting new ...


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With 20 years experience you have lot to show on your linkedin, github and any other social media platform to potential employees. Also if possible then start your youtube channel and make videos to teach. This will show people how much you know and your strengths. Make a profile on platforms like freelancer, upwork, guru or people per hour etc.


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I'm quite sure the solution has been right in front of you the whole time - what you need, based on your specifications (such as being able to determine whether by YOUR estimation and for YOUR purposes, any given proposal they "Read" would be a good deal in light of your circumstances and business model - and the ability to negotiate terms that would be ...


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