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    Finding work

    Hello Friends,

    I am in the process of becoming a Freelance Web Developer. Unfortunately the previous sites I had worked on for my company in the past are no longer available. I will have to build up my portfolio from scratch.

    What are some good methods for finding some easy work to build up my portfolio site?

    Thanks in advance!

    -K2R

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    You can visit different freelancing sites and sign up that will serve you as your resume for the clients. This way you can bid for projects that are available. Another good thing to do is to create a web site where you can put some of your work on your past employer as reference. This will also help you market your service and at the same time attract clients.

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    Above suggested methods are good, you can find work easily with freelance sites, you need to set up your profile there, that would work as portfolio..
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