My application got rejected for the third time

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  • Abbas

    Hi Nandhini!!!

    Mostly i receive Similiar messages from staters, 

    here is best and simple article that explains how to send the best application to get approved the first time. 

    https://support.peopleperhour.com/hc/en-us/articles/205217827-Your-Freelancer-Application

    Few Things to do before sending an application.

    You must have an online presence like on LinkedIn, Behance for designers, Blog or website for writers, 

    A detailed Resume that not only shows your academic but also your previous experience, when i say experience it must contain everything if you have done a project for free, must provide detail in your resume and link to see and verify that work. 

    Tell Us About You: Make sure you provide us with a genuine profile picture. Pictures such as illustrated pictures of you, your logo design, cartooned pictures or fake ones will be rejected from our Moderation team. The portfolio option allows you to upload samples of your work for potential buyers to see. Please note that we do not encourage any contact details in the portfolio and hence we request all to remove any contact details from the samples / CV that you may upload. If not your Freelancer Application will be rejected from our Moderation team.

    Select your Skills: Only Select those you have the reference, portfolio, or experience in your resume. don't select random skills only those fit perfect with your experience

    Add References: The more references the best, 

    Personalize Your Application: This is an important one, this is where you give why you factor, Explain Why you want to join this platform, skills, services, and quality you will provide. Write a detailed Article and show dedication and professional touch to your application.

    Doing all these things I am confident your application will be accepted. Just keep in mind Every Freelancer site needs Talent and skilled people, So whatever your skills are you have to show them and it will be a first big step before you get accepted and repeat the same process to sell your skill in the marketplace.

     

     

     

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