Freelance Service Flipping

Every day, businesses outsource work to freelancers. The work includes writing, transcribing, designing, or video editing–any tasks that a small or even large business doesn’t necessarily have staff to cover. Though every company needs these jobs done from time to time, it often doesn’t make sense to pay a full-time staff member to handle sporadic jobs.

That’s where freelancers come in. Freelance editors, writers, and other professionals are paid per project, making them a very cost-effective investment. The needs of businesses and freelancers to connect with one another create a fantastic opportunity for you as an entrepreneur to “freelance flip.”

Freelance flipping means collecting freelance projects from companies who need work done, and outsourcing that work to your own network of professionals. Here’s an example: A mobile phone company needs work done on its website, and it is willing to pay $100 to get it done. You can outsource the job to a freelance editor with a lower fee, say $75, and pocket the difference for yourself.

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Alicia Lyttle is a superstar entrepreneur who both creates courses and teaches others how to create income from freelance flipping. Learn the details of three types of freelance flipping business plans at her online class. Check out her class to learn how to pick up work for yourself or flip it to other professionals for profit.