My journey as a Preferred Freelancer

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The beginning

I started my Preferred Freelancer (PFP) journey back in January 2020. Needless to say, I have never looked back. Before becoming a PFP, I used to dedicate 9 hours to project bidding and 5-6 hours actually working on a project, averaging over 1200 bids per month. That constant grind took a toll on both my mental and physical health, leaving me with no social life at all. Since joining PFP, I haven’t even crossed 100 bids/month, while my revenue has increased by 400%. Don’t take my word for it? Feel free to check out my profile. 

The path as a Preferred Freelancer

Recruiters connecting you to clients and recommending you for relevant and high paying projects is just the tip of the iceberg. The real magic happens behind the curtain, where the support team are monitoring and assessing your performance and constantly introducing unique ways to ensure more exposure to you and other Preferred Freelancers. PFP provides you with dedicated teams who are competent in their relevant fields. On top of that, the PFP Support Members are available on constant rotation, who look after any concerns of us freelancers. Whether it’s a misunderstanding with an employer or any technical issues, they are just one message away, making sure that everything goes smoothly and PFPs can focus on their jobs. 

Why this journey is for you

I would recommend this program to any individual or team, as it ensures higher revenues, wider exposure, support, & top project recommendations. The Preferred Freelancer Program provided me with financial stability, and I am in the best shape of my life both mentally and financially.

 

Posted 15 September, 2021

Alish Innovations

POWER POINT & PITCH DECK CONNOISSEUR

Hi there, I am a Marketing Grad from University College London (Class of '15), and have embarked upon this business venture. I have incredible expertise in helping start-up companies & growing businesses get their vision and story told to potential on looking investors! In the modern business environment, effective communication is essential. Whether you are looking for investors, customers or p...

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