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`` A freelancer is a self-employed person offering services, usually to individuals and businesses, and often to multiple clients at a time ``

  • You never get what you expected or agreed on with your Client

Freelancing websites services, for example, take very high fees and commissions; Huge waiting time for withdrawing your money after work is submitted. Sometimes it takes up to 2-3 weeks; No more free connections with clients; Has become saturated with freelancers; Scams and fake job offers; Some of them even stopped accepting freelancers; Does nothing to help or protect freelancers and finally websites crash a lot.

  • It takes a long time to build a steady long term clients relationship

Getting enough clients to do freelancing is something that financially supports you and your family. But to get that you need very high rating reviews, all based on your previous successfully delivered projects, which takes much time and effort. In addition to that, it takes only one unsatisfied client to destroy your reputation through a bad review and stop getting you, new clients.

  • Work can be irregular

Many freelancers experience an ebb and flow in their work. You need to plan for lean times and work hard to deliver work on time when work is plentiful.

  • High Competition in the freelance business

There is very high competition in the freelance market. In fact, there are no limitations or rules to get into such a business. Anyone can start offering his or her services without being asked if he or she is really willing to deliver that job in quality or on time that the clients are expecting, which leads to huge problems most of the time. This destroys the reputation of high-quality freelancers and reduces the fare amount and value each one of them worth.

  • Managing multiple clients and projects is a big challenge

While some people like the variety of working on several projects at a time, others may find it difficult to keep track of deadlines and push themselves to deliver quality work on time. Same, while having good time management, you might face complications with too needy and picky clients.

  • Pay may be low to start out

Especially in today’s digital economy, many clients expect to pay less for the work from a new freelancer. Breaking in with lower costs may be needed, so you will have to charge what you’re worth and find clients who are willing to pay a fair price for qualities.

  • Getting Started as a Freelancer takes a long list

For this, you need to decide what you’ll offer, determine your target market, create an online portfolio on many freelance sites to find work, set your prices which can push potential clients away from you if they are not fair enough, and start reaching out to find clients and maybe get lucky with a project.

  • Self-Employment Taxes and Social Security

When you are a freelancer you have to pay your own taxes and State Social security fees from your own unstable income every month by yourself.

  • The necessity to fight for work

Most professional freelancers dislike bidding for jobs. Bidding itself is not an easy task, making you follow up for new jobs and keeping your profile always up-to-date. Unclear job proposals and uncertainty of clients about how much to charge for a particular task could cause debates and misunderstandings, with the price change.