Subcontracting Strategies For Freelancers: Freelance Flipping Guide Released

Subcontracting Strategies For Freelancers: Freelance Flipping Guide Released

The guide is aimed at those wanting to escape their 9-to-5 job and build a more flexible career around their existing skills or the hobbies and passions they enjoy. It encourages starting small and building up over time, eventually scaling the venture into a remote business built around freedom.

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Freelancing Genius was created by Alicia Lyttle to provide step-by-step instructions on how to enter the freelance market – which is predicted to grow from $5.52 billion last year to $6.46 billion by the end of 2023, according to Yahoo.

The course begins by highlighting in-demand skills like writing, graphic design, and social media marketing. Alicia Lyttle offers tips on where to start learning and how to apply these skills in a freelancing business model.

An essential component of the training focuses on helping participants identify and fully develop a specialized, high-ceiling skill they can implement immediately. With Alicia Lyttle’s guidance, students learn to find their first client and begin putting their expertise into practice. Platforms like Fiverr and Upwork are recommended to find potential clients from different parts of the globe.

As their abilities improve, members learn to build a compelling online portfolio and raise their rates, elevating their business reputation. Alicia Lyttle provides strategies for expanding their client base through targeted outreach and partnerships. The objective is to establish a steady stream of inbound leads and referrals.

For those interested in achieving greater freelancing freedom, she reveals her methods for freelance flipping: the process of outsourcing aspects of client work while maintaining rigorous quality control. By leveraging remote teams, freelancers can take on more clients and scale their output.

Alicia Lyttle also offers an on-demand workshop introducing the core concepts from Freelancing Genius.

A spokesperson states: “The first step to starting a successful side hustle is to identify your marketable skills. It could be anything from writing and graphic designing to baking or even pet sitting. It’s all about figuring out what you’re good at and how you can use it to add value to others.”

Interested parties can learn more at

Monetized Marketing LLC

5524 W State Rd 46
Ste 146

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