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Fast Track to Freelancing: How to Best Handle Client Interviews

March 26, 2022
by Jason Dulay 
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.
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Last week, we covered the topic about getting your first client EVEN WITHOUT experience.

For this final episode of the Fast Track to Online Freelancing Series, we want to make sure that you’ll learn everything you need to know before you start working from home.

You see, after getting noticed by potential clients, some would invite you for an *INTERVIEW.*

That word used to scare me a lot. But as a freelancer, I’ve accepted it as a normal part of getting clients.

How do you best handle client interviews?

We'll talk about that this Saturday, including:

How to prepare for interviews?
Power words and scripts to appear confident
How to receive payments from online clients
Common Scams and how to avoid them
What’s next?

This will be the last session of this FREE webinar so if you’ve attended all 4 sessions, you can claim your Certificate of Completion! Yay!

Who’s excited?

Type “Excited” in the comments below, and we’ll give you the registration link.

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by Jason Dulay 
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.

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75 comments on “Fast Track to Freelancing: How to Best Handle Client Interviews”

    1. Usual rate you can see sa mga job posts is $3/hr, but when you have the skills na, go for $5/hr and increase your rate gradually or kung saang rate ka confident, everytime you get a new project

      1. Hi, 5USD is the standard.
        You may opt to accept 4USD per hour during the talk with the client but no lower than that.

        5USD was the standard 3-4 years back when I started. Imagine the inflation. If you are confident with your skills, go for a higher rate.

  1. speaking of rate mam..im a newbie..in fact i dont have client yet..naisip ko lang baka dahil sa crowd ng applicant some would grab a low ball offer and would eventually affect and lower the market value of va job..

    1. Usually yung mababa magpa-sweldo sila pa yung mas demanding. You can still find clients na mataas ang bigay na rate sa mga freelancers. Di ba pag bibili ka ng products kunwari sa lazada, same product pero may mas mura, may sobrang mahal, and may tamang tama lang. Some buyers mas pinipili nila yung mas mahal with thoughts na mas efficient and mas magiging walang problema long term in terms of quality. So, look for clients na willing magpay ng mataas na rate 🙂

  2. share lang po..i experienced receiving confirmation informing of their interest to hire po but need daw po ng US VISA before i start and need daw po nila i process yun at bayaran ko.. hehehe

  3. Charles, if you are confidently enough to say that you can do the job with such efficiency and skillful like you specializes on that field, go for it.

    Just don't overdo.
    Good luck!

  4. US clients usually prefer their time. Depending on where in the US - mountainside, Pacific, Eatern.
    UK clients usually in mid-afternoon
    Australian clients sometimes 2 hours ahead of our time.

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