With a new app that lets you track your online activity and track who’s talking to you, the number of people you’re connected to online is getting more real.
But, what’s going on in your pocketbook?
And if you’re a freelancer, you may want to consider this: How much is the money you make in the digital world really worth?
Here are some things you should know about the money that people are paying you to do your work.
How much do freelancers make?
For the past several years, freelancers have been earning a big chunk of their income online.
But are you paying them enough to make the transition to traditional income?
The answer depends on your goals, the amount of work you’re doing and the work you want to get paid for.
The best way to figure out how much to make is to figure the total number of hours you’re working, which is a measure of your productivity.
For the most part, you’ll want to take into account what you’re actually doing.
You’ll want an hourly rate of $15-$20 per hour.
The more hours you work, the more money you’ll make.
Here’s a breakdown of the typical freelance work you’ll be doing:• Editing articles: $15-20 an hour for about eight hours per week• Editing and proofreading: $10-$20 an average day• Web design: $5-$15 an hour• Web and mobile development: $20-$25 an hourFor more on freelancing, check out our article about freelancing.