Being a freelancer is no longer a "geek" who works from home, executes what is asked of him and works on time.
Of course, I'm talking about freelance "expert." A Freelance expert is someone who works for his own clients and is occasionally hired by agencies for short or long-term "missions".
Here are 5 advantages to working with an expert freelance:
The freelancer has a flexible office and adapts quickly. Freelance has a reputation for being rather responsive and carries out your project in a shorter time frame.
I advise all freelancers not to work on time, except in the case of large long-term projects (and again). What for? Because working on time does not enhance the skills of a freelancer. This puts it under pressure and puts pressure close to the employer-employee relationship. What goes against our values because if we started as freelancers, we want a certain freedom.
A freelancer who is "expert" in his field, can help you solve your problem precisely. He has already experienced several similar situations and will, through his experience, be able to find the most suitable solution.
Ideally, the freelancer rubs shoulders with other freelance experts in their field. That's why, when you have a bigger project, it will be able to provide you with a competent team of experts, each individual who specializes in his field.
A freelancer is passionate. To work in a single field for a lifetime, the key is that you have to be passionate. This means that a freelancer will not count his hours and will tend to go further in the project. If a new piece of information can propel your project, it will do so without hesitation.
A freelancer is therefore competent and, as I speak to you, all the tools are available to make the relationship transparent and productive. So there is no reason to doubt.
PS If you are a freelancer and the web is passionate about, come to the Meetup that I organize every month