Top 5 Things Every Client Looks at Before Hiring a Freelance Video Producer

First, get this - most clients who hire freelancers remotely was once freelancers themselves. They have been on the freelancing business and they know how it works. In-fact, some are still freelancers at time of their search. So what does this mean? It means that they are aware of most of the things happening in the freelancing world. As a result, they have a clear picture of the kind of freelancer they want to hire.

How to Create a Video from Scratch Using FREE ‘Google’ Images and videos and get Paid For it

Now, let's say you meet a client online and he/she has the video script but is clueless on how to visualize script into a self explanatory video. Additionally, the client is not willing to appear on video or is working on a tight budget thus can't pay for a shoot. How will you advise him or her after you have looked at the script? Will you dismiss and say you cannot think of anything?

Is your Client Asking you to Rush a Project/Contract? Hold on, Here is How to Make More From It

Any freelancer with proven track record will tell you that they regularly get requests from both past and new clients to work on a project within a very short timeline-in fact, it's the client who sets the timeline. When this happens, the client will offer to pay you more to complete the project. But not all of these clients will mention this when making their request, and if you are naive, you will accept the project and charge them your regular rates.