Written by Nick Tubis on Mar. 30th 2019
The freelancer market, to me, is one of the most fascinating industries, and it’s a rapidly growing market.

Platforms like Upwork, Toptal and Fiverr can be great ways to get customers as a freelancer, but the problem I’ve noticed is that it’s becoming more and more competitive. These platforms are great for exposure, but what can happen is that it positions a lot of freelancers as commodities. The problem with being positioned as a commodity is that you usually have to drop your prices way down to win business.

I’m not saying to not use these platforms, I’m saying that freelancers should leverage a similar approach to building their business as that of an established business-to-business (B2B) company.
Written by Nick Tubis on Mar. 24th 2019
After I sold my business in 2016, I became a chief marketing officer for TSD Global, where I implemented my client acquisition system and built a pipeline of leads and deals with many large national companies.

As word started to spread about the success I was having with restaurants, a lot of entrepreneurs started to ask me if I could teach them how I was able to land these meetings and deals so predictably. Since then, I have become a full-time freelance chief marketing officer, mainly helping companies target the restaurant vertical.
Written by Nick Tubis on Mar. 19th 2019
How Anyone Can Get Their Upwork Profile Approved Step By Step:

Recently I spent over 6 months learning the ins and outs of Upwork from some of the highest paid freelancers in the world. 20 of these freelancers I've learned from have earned over seven million dollars combined on just Upwork alone.

The first step to having a successful career on Upwork is having the ability to get your account approved. Upwork utilizes an algorithm that vets potential profiles typically between 12 and 24 hours after you submit your profile. Part of the reason why it can be challenging to get your account approved is because Upwork gets over 10,000 applications per day according to their CEO.
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