Have you took Odesk.com Readiness Test?
August 8, 2008 1:35pm CST
i joined odesk few months ago and i earned dollars on this site. and now the site has and Odesk Readiness Test which freelancers must took this test to apply for the job. Guys i passed the test and put the answers on my blog.. if you wanna want the link on answers just pm me..
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8 Aug 08
Oh you sneaky little thing. I hope they dont find out about this. I may check out your blog one of these days. I looked a t odesk but I didnt follow up on any of the jobs there. I dont know what sorts of things would be appropriate. I would like to get soemthing that pays alittle better than what I am doing but I plan on taking a course this fall and I'm not really sure how much will pay.
12 Dec 09
Hi friend. I also joined odesk and freelancer. I even passed the odesk readiness test. I tried to apply for some jobs but I didn't get hired. Can you please tell me whar were your strategies why you got hired and earned money from it? I will be waiting for your response. Thanks a lot
14 Dec 09
Well, target the jobs that your excel at and when you do for bidding be concise and detailed on your proposal that could convince the client that you can do the work. Target also those simple job and bid for the low price as you can cause when you established a good reputation on odesk then you will be competitive enough to compete with other odesk freelancers as some clients look into freelancers reputation sometimes as they are not there to hire people whom they cannot trust to do the project rather they are there to hire person that can finish the job done and honest on there work.. More info to get hired odesk is at the odesk FAQ.. to elaborate you more
11 Jun 09
actually odesk freelancing is not easy as what others thought. Your competing with the people you don't know and not just in your area but for the whole internet world Its a simple tips i can give you.. 1. Apply for a bid on the job that you can think you can within the alloted time. 2. Bid for as low as if you can since its your first time so you need feedbacks from the clients that your going to work with. 3. Full fill the job that your going to have and have maximum good output so clients that you may working will stick with you. 4. You must have a good communication skills in such way you can convince the client that you can do the job. cause there are sometimes that we all knew we can do the job but then its hard for you to convince the client so chances are you can have the job. ---------------------- Hope it me helps and welcome to the world of freelancing
17 Jun 09
It's really important to pass this exam to get started in a job. I am also currently working in Odesk, and even if I am working in less than 10 hours a week, I have been earning pretty well (as shown in my blog...check out my profile). I am not sure though if they give identical exams for everybody... is it?