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Contacting a buyer

prestonhunter
Community Guru
Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
11 of 14

It really is not my intention to imply that freelancers are dumb if they don't think they can successfully work with clients who write vague job descriptions.

 

It is simply a different type of job and a different type of client.

 

Most of the time, it is probably "dumb" to apply to these vaguely described jobs.

 

I think it is always risky. Certain freelancers may, with the right approach, be the right people to work with some of these clients.

 

No freelancer is dumb or somehow less worthy if she isn't interested in dealing with these types of clients.

 

prestonhunter
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Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
12 of 14

I really do believe that some clients are really bad at writing job descriptions, but are sincere in their desire to get help and pay for that help.  I have worked for clients such as these.

 

But I am certain that most job descriptions which are very vague are a waste of time for anybody to apply to.

petra_r
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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
13 of 14

Preston H wrote:.

 

But I am certain that most job descriptions which are very vague are a waste of time for anybody to apply to.


 Right. So how does that fit in with this?

 

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craig1401
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Craig W Member Since: Jul 6, 2017
14 of 14

Hi all.

 

Thanks for all of your replies, I will continue how I have done and see how I get on. Thanks again!

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