Most demanded freelance skills in 2018

So You want to be a successful freelancer but don't know what skills are best to become a successful freelancer. Most of the fresher freelancers have this question in mind that what skills can get them good job and they can earn maximum money with. They are looking little confused with their career as in today's world many opportunities are there for fresher to go with. 

so talking about what skills are good for being a freelancer, we would like to explain this in detail which will help you a lot in making a better decision.

Most demanded freelance skills in 2018
Most demanded freelance skills in 2018


  1. Bitcoin
  2. Amazon DynamoDB
  3. React native
  4. Robotics
  5. Go development
  6. Forex trading
  7. 3D rigging
  8. Augmented reality
  9. Computer vision
  10. Penetration testing
  11. Media buying
  13. Shopify development
  14. AngularJS development
  15. Swift development
  16. Video editing
  17. Influencer marketing
  18. Machine learning
  19. 3D modeling
  20. Motion graphics
These are Most demanded freelance skills in 2018 to become successful and to earn good amount of money for happy and satisfactory life.

so the conclusion is that if you are not able to decide that what skills are in demand or better for future or being a freelancer then we would like to tell you to choose ios or android as it has secure future with good earning and opportunities. 

Do not forget to comment, let us know what you think about most demanded freelance skills in 2018.

Top 10 facebook groups for IT freelancers

If you are an IT freelancer and looking for best groups on facebook for freelancer to join then this list of best groups for 
freelancer can help you a lot. We have researched best 10 groups among 100s of groups available on Facebook. All these groups have thousands of freelancers active and getting help in freelancing, project bidding, how to write a cover letter etc.

getting interaction with freelancers inside a Facebook group is the best part a freelancer can do for his/her benefits. You can ask for support, ask questions from other experienced freelancers, make new friends who are in same IT field, and BEST PART IS GETTING PROJECTS FROM CLIENT. It’s a smart method of creating the community based on your online services. You’re more likely to gain recommendations, trust, and connections when you’re in Facebook groups for freelancers.

Top 10 facebook groups for IT freelancers
Top 10 facebook groups for IT freelancers
That’s why we have created this list of best groups for freelancers. we hope this list will help you in getting the project to your freelancing career.

1. Freelancing and Project Leads 
A Group For IT Freelancers + IT companies Run by Sumit, this Facebook Group is perfect for all kinds of IT freelancers who are looking for project Leads and can convert those leads into Project.This group guides freelancers in project bidding and how to start freelancing as beginner.

2. Freedom Hacker’s MastermindKimra Luna runs this active group with an awesome vibe. She keeps it real and has weekly threads where people can post questions and receive help. It’s a great place to find clients.
*Update – this group has been archived

3. Blog + Biz BFFsThis fun, happy group (run by Melyssa Griffin) is really supportive of each other and also has a weekly thread for people who need help from freelancers.
*Update – this group has been archived

4.Creative Freelancers UniteLizzie Davey has created this group so that it’s easier for you to make friends with other freelancers and get tips on how to grow your business!

5. Digital Nomad GirlsLove to work on the go? This group is specifically designed for those who love to work on the road as they travel, and to help you connect with other freelancers.

6. Creative SuperherosWhat sets this group apart from the rest? There’s a thread called “Friday Funnies” where everyone shares a joke or a meme. That’s not all that’s different about this group… every day is unique! Check it out.

7. Savvy Business OwnersEveryone here is really helpful and generous, and I’ve gotten multiple clients from this group. It’s my personal fave!

8. Gamechanger EntrepreneurErika Sheffer is an incredibly successful coach who created this group for other freelance coaches. I love the personality inside the group!

9. Freelance to Freedom Project CommunityComplete with promotional days, this is a fabulous place to connect with other freelancers. It’s supportive and encouraging to its members.

10. Freelancer’s HubThis tight-knit group of creative freelancers support each other and host a safe place to ask questions and get feedback.

This was the list of best groups for freelancers to join and get help in becoming a sucessful freelancer. Do join these groups if you are not the member of these groups. If you think we have missed any groups which should be included in this list then please let us know in comment section.

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design, development and SEO projects for IT freelancers

get IT projects of all type like design, development,seo etc with client detail. you can use client contact detail and links to convert these project leads into project. all leads are genuine and from different countries of world. 

1. andreas hikel from usa
looking for- anyone out there have a good recommendation for a website design company?  cheers, chop

2. nick axcel from ireland
looking for- I am looking for recommendations for a good SEO expert/Adwords expert please. They can be based anywhere. Only 
people you have personally used please.... 

3. molly campbell from australia
looking for- Hi LinkedIn network! I'm looking for recommendations on Melbourne-based web design and development agencies 
communicators in my network use? 
email -

4. haritrushi purohit
loking for - Required a web designer..prefered location Gujarat. 

5. krunal patel frim india
looking for- I am looking for a cost effective service provider for website designing  and android mobile application 
development in Mumbai or Hyderabad

LOOKING FOR- Any recommendations for marketing/media companies I can hire for my company growth? Ideally niches in fashion, 

technology and lifestyle branding.

7. davey owens from ireland

join our group for more genuine leads with contact details

Freelance Project leads for IT Freelancers

Hello all IT freelancer, please check these project leads if you are looking for project or someone in your contact in need of freelance work. you can share this post with your circle of developer, designer or internet marketer. There is link given with each job so please open the link and reach the client as soon as possible. try to pitch client with best strategy. good luck



CLIENT NAME- Cecilia Wong from UK
lOOKING FOR - One of my clients is looking for suggestions to move their CRM platform to manage their membership database 
more efficiently and effectively.  Any recommendations out there?


CLIENT NAME- Hugh Gregory from UK

looking for- Hi. Im looking for a Java Developer and a Web Developer (Word Press, Angular) based in S Wales, ideally perm 
but would consider contract.. if you are interested or know of anyone, can you Message me please. many thanks Hugh


LOOKING FOR- need a freelance web developer to work on Ecommerece website budget is $700




LOOKING FOR- Im looking for an SEO expert either permanent or contract to join us at Anything. If you know anyone please 
let me know.




LOOOKING FOR- looking to talk to someone about app development



CLIENT NAME- Georgia Carrano FROM UK
LOOKING FOR- I am looking for a freelance online designer to help us with an exciting new website project. 


LOOKING FOR - A freelance graphic designer  is needed please contact me for more. 


CLIENT NAME- Andrew Wilson from UK
lOOKING for - Web Design Agency/Freelancer required!  I'm looking for either a web design agency or a freelancer to take 
over the management and hosting of our website.  Do any of you have any suggestions? 


IT project leads with client requirment and links

These are some links from linkedin where client have posted their requirement , related to IT project. so please check and contact

1. client name- Scott Olivares
requirement - Looking for a good Wordpress developer. Have any recommendations? 
location - USA
requirment link -

2. client name- Keith Bickel
requirement - I've got a startup mentee (East Coast) who is in need of a new app developer. Do you know of anyone looking 
to pick up startup work?  This isn't to change the world.  It's to change one life and then scale.  (I say that to avoid 
grandiose developers. The CEO needs someone with some consumer sense in them.). Any leads would be appreciated.
location - USA
requirment link -

3. client name- Katie Lee Pollack
requirement - Needed (very, very badly): Freelance web developer with Wordpress expertise! Let me know if you or someone 
you know may be able to help! 
location - USA
requirment link -

4. client name- zafar iqbal
requirement - I'm currently looking for Web developers to help develop my website. If any of my contacts know of any please 
let me know.
location - INDIA
requirment link -

5. client name- Juhi Shaima
requirement - Singapore IT companies please connect with me. I have mobile app work only for Singapore IT companies.
location - SINGAPORE
requirment link -

6. client name- Mark de la Salle
requirement - Need a website development company based in Moscow or St Petersburg, Russia.
Project is an ecommerce website.
location - USA
requirment link -

7. client name- Tatia Cashman
requirement - Attention hotel website developers... We are looking for a sponsor/website developer to help us build our 
HSMAI Ontario website.  If you are interested in designing and hosting our site in exchange for exposure to our members, 
please let me know.  
location - CANADA
requirment link - 


Project leads for IT freelancers with client detail

These are some client who are looking for freelancers for their requirments, we did not found any contact detail so open the link in your linkedin profile and contact. best of luck.

1. client name -  ahmed abd elrazik
requirment - joomla or wordpress
link -

2. client name -  Joanne Austin
requirment - Can you recommend someone talented? I'm working with a fantastic Creative advertising agency and would love to talk to junior and midweight graphic designers who stand out creatively.
Happy to talk through career options and tell you more about this role so do get in touch.
link -

3. client name -  Andy Herricks
requirment - Looking for the full hit - need help with new website, rebrand, SEO and social media campaign for exciting business in Manchester
link -

4. client name - Greyson G. 
requirment - Searching for an App/Web Developer for a business project! 
link -

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How to identify fake clients on freelancing portals

Getting projects on freelancing portals is not easy and when we get it from a fake client, it is worse because they will hire you, get their work done and go invisible means no reply after getting work done. So to escape these kinds of fake clients on all portals, I have spent some time monitoring jobs that are posted by fake clients, and real clients on Upwork. And I have figured out the kind of techniques used by these fake clients to fool freelancers, so I have decided to post this here so that everyone will be aware of it and can apply only to real jobs.

Identify fake clients on Upwork
After reading this, if there are other ways they use that you know about, you can let me know in comments or joining our group here "Freelancing bidding tips and queries" so that we can discuss it further. These are just a few of their techniques, am still getting more.

1. Their payment methods are not verified:

When you are applying for jobs, check if the client's payment method is verified, if not, proceed with caution. Fake clients don’t confirm their payment method, they just leave it blank.
If you are a new freelancer, and can’t tell whether a clients payment method is verified, follow these simple step.

• Click on the job post.
• After the page is displayed, check the right-hand side of the screen and you will see some info about the client.
• A client with verified payment method has a green word written clearly at the top of their bio “payment method verified”, those not verified will be written in black words “payment method not verified”

But, sometimes, a client without a verified payment method can also mean that the client is new so you will have to check out the same area where the “payment method not verified” is written, to know when he or she registered on Upwork. You can also check this right there on the job feed, jobs posted by clients with verified payment method has a green block with $ written in it below the job post, those not verified will have a — below their job post, while the new ones are written“NEW”.

2. When they boast of their company

This is one other thing I noticed about these fake clients. They always boast about a “no coming heaven”. For example they will write “our blah blah blah company, a top global business company is looking for well talented and expert writers to write articles for their website, so if you are a talented writer, come and spend a whole lot of sh*t time, writing for us because you are a fool, and we know better than you”.

These people are always fake. Some of them will even verify their payment method to deceive you, work for them, and after spending a whole lot of time delivering an excellent job, they will ask for a refund. Don’t even think of taking this matter with them, because it’s likely they will win you, but if you happen to win, expect to see a bad feedback on your profile (that’s none of my business, I need money and not your feedback).

3. Lots of Interview on their job post

In this case, I would say not all of them are fake. Some clients may be looking for a particular skill that requires interviewing every applicant. But something like –👉 this job was posted over 5 days now, and the client is still interviewing lots of freelancers, and not hiring anyone, if you come across this type, haha, you know what to do, just pull off your shoes, and RUN!!!!!!!.

4. They immediately schedule a meeting on Hangout or Skype

Okay, I know some of you are already counting this one as "off the list", but I am totally right, yes!!! You heard that clearly, I am correct in this case.

To prove it, check your Upwork message page, what do you see in Skype that is not on Upwork message page? Upwork message page is even more improved than Skype, it has video calls, messaging, and non-video call, then, why should the client take you to Skype and Hangout? Can’t he or she make use of the ones provided by Upwork?

When you are applying for a job post, and you see questions like “Are you on Skype or Hangout?” “Drop your Skype ID or email”, let me tell what to answer:
Q- Are you on Skype or Hangout?
A- Yea, what the heck you ask for?
Q- Drop your Skype ID or email
A- Oookay, my Skype ID is **Edited for Community Guidelines**.

**Note**, if you discuss a job on Skype, and you happen to get scammed, don't come crying to Upwork, because they can't defend you.

 5. Their payment method is unverified and they are promising you long-term business

Okay, if you think I’m lying, try to accept one of these clients job
First, they will take you from Upwork to Skype, Secondly, they will tell you they have lots of projects available.Thirdly, they will give you 5 topics (if you are a writer) to start with, each of them 10,000 words.Fourthly, you complete the project, then they stop responding, hahahahaaaa,

Once they dump you as a refuse, they come back to Upwork to look for another freelancer, once they get another one, haha, repeat the four steps above. "God have mercy".
6. They ask for free sample

Fake, fake, fake. Don’t do this for clients even if you are new and wants to build your reputation, or you are desperate for the money because you will spend a “good goddamn hell time” to make yourself more desperate.

Anyway, why should the client ask for a free sample, while you submitted a sample when applying for the job. Some freelancers will say that “is because they don’t want to get scam”, ooh, if you say that, then you are a scammer too, the door is open to leaving Upwork.

As long as am concerned, there is no way clients will get scammed, it is you a freelancer that is exposed to the danger of “SCAM”.

What’s hard in this? Just put the milestone, and if the freelancer does a bad job, you simply ask for a refund. But I am not happy because Upwork supports and protects clients more than freelancers. 

Don't forget to comment your views, may be I have missed some more points.

How to make your profile strong on freelancing portals

To get projects it is important to make your profile strong as Your profile plays a vital role in getting projects on freelancing portals. It is important to make it strong with all the parameters which we have described in detail. 

Make your freelance profile strong

1. Your Profile Picture - According to upwork, your picture must be very clear and with a smile on face. a smile gives an impression of confidence. do not use fade or half image. do not use any object or your pet as this gives valid identity to your profile and establish a trust between client.

2. Your Title - Your profile title, tells what you do like what skills you can offer to your clients. It should be well written, main focus should be on your skills, like if you're a  writer then your Title must depict it properly with your favourite niche Like politics writer, health writer, environment writer, real estate writer etc.

3. Your Bio - explain everything about your skills and experience in detail. a client first read your bio to understand your skills and not make any mistakes in writing like any spelling mistakes, this gives an unprofessional impression. your bio includes skills, experience, your approach to help the client to deliver best results.

4. Your skill tests - In some freelancing portals, you will see test section which gives you chance to prove your skills to clients. there is almost all kind of tests you can give and show the test results to your clients which help in winning projects. This is recommended to give all relevant tests which best match your skills and pass all those tests.

5. Portfolios - This is a very important section which allows you to add your previously completed projects proof (if you have completed anyone in past). this gives a proof to the client and increases the chances of getting projects. List all your projects with clear description and goals of what client wanted to deliver.

6. Certifications - add all your certification if you have from reputed and authorized institutes like Redhat, Microsoft, Oracle etc. If you have any certification then it makes you better than other freelancers.

7. Qualifications and work history - Add your qualification with your school and college education and work history if you have working experience in companies. 

8. Set your price - Profile is incomplete without rates per hour, Now time to set your rates. As you are a beginner so do not set high keep it accordingly. With time and after completion of every project you can increase your rates.

These are the important factors which really can make your profile strong and can help to get good projects. so update your profile today by keeping all these factors in mind. if we have missed something please comment.

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