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  Introduction

Kudos to you to take the first step towards one of the hottest opportunities ever created, thanks to the Internet.

You've spent a long time looking for the right way to make money online. You must have tried all kinds of B.S like typing ads, data entry, stuffing envelopes, trading your hard-earned cash on the stock markets, and god knows what else.

For all the hard work you did to get so far in life, and in career (or maybe you are still in school or college), you deserve better for any given skill set.

Online, selling services is the fastest way for you to make real money. You sell your services and you get paid for it, online. It's as simple as that.

You can start by keeping your day job. You don't have to quit and jump into the well. Start small, and quit your job only when you think freelancing is a better opportunity for you (which in most cases, it is).

When you think of freedom, absolute flexibility, and a 6-figure income — freelancing is an obvious choice.

All of the above-mentioned thinking churns out from those entrepreneurs who don’t want to get stuck with a job or a business that entails them to settle down somewhere.

Freelancers of all kinds form a new breed of entrepreneurs who are what I call The Itinerant Entrepreneurs.

Freelancing isn’t new though; history is replete with numerous examples of people who were freelancers. There were knights, messengers and even Achilles - an apparently very powerful warrior -- who happened to be a freelancer.

There are a very few business models that can cater to these kind of entrepreneurs and the Internet has played a vital role in making this a reality.

It is a way of life for many a people all over the world, myself included. It's going to be your default source of income too.

Freelancing is now a viable career option for anyone who is willing to take the risk of letting go of that day job and doing what it takes to be successful in an arena that is fraught with intense competition (which is a non-issue, really!).

Freelancing is basically a self-employment option or a sole-proprietorship type of business wherein a technically competent person (be it a writer, designer, programmer etc.) picks up work from multiple clients and ensures delivery.

Simply put, instead of working for just one company and earning a salary at end of every month, freelancers take it one notch up and have more than one clients under their collective belt so as to make more money than what is possible in a day job.

The beautiful thing about freelancing is that it can be done from anywhere and this email course sets out to show those who are just starting out (good read for those who are already there).

However, this course is by no means exhaustive and will not cover areas like accounting, finances and discuss about any legal aspects of business. It is not going to cover everything you know about freelancing. Stand by for my premium courses to learn more about freelancing in detail.

This course isn’t a bible; it’s just a course that should give you a heads up for what’s available for you to tap into. It’s an eye-opener for you if you thought you were going nowhere with your dreams, ideals and aspirations of making more money.

With this freelancing e-course, you’ll know the juicy details of:

  • Big league freelancing
  • Tap into multiple streams of income
  • Know exactly where to go to find big ticket clients
  • How to write proposals
  • Manage clients and even build your own little virtual content production company

Now, here’s the thing: this course teaches you the basics, the best marketplaces you should be at, how and why you should start at freelance marketplaces among other sources for projects, and the mechanics of freelancing generally.

Obviously, there’s a lot more you could do such as freelancing for larger companies, consulting, and run full-fledged online businesses.We aren’t going to cover those.

Hang on and we'll take a ride together.