@Jerry J wrote:
Yeah that's true ;-)
I wish I could avoid wasting connects on clients who are searching for cheap and sub standard work. What are some red flags you see on jobs that make you go: 'Yeah...pass' ? I'm on the lookout for people saying 'great 5* feedback' and ones who say they want 10x600 words, while instructing freelancers to bid at or below the $20 mark -_-
Also, I've filtered out job postings that are marked as 'Entry Level.' It seems to be a code word for: I want you to complete a massive amount of work for pennies.
Someone just invited me to apply for a job in precisely that range.
750 words for $20?
Business as usual then xD
Here I am convincing a client that someone writing 1000 words for $5 isn't going to deliver the same content as someone doing it for $50. I think I should give up waste of time.
In the meantime, I just got an invite with a title saying '[EASY]...' stopped reading after that.
@Khalid S wrote:
Please what does SOE stand for. Thanks
SEO and it means search engine optimization. It's a euphemism for "people who don't know crap about how search engines work."