Minite gives employers access to High-Flyers from around the world for virtually any type of project. We would like to provide you with a few pointers on posting a freelancer job that will draw the attention of the right High-Flyers and make the process of hiring your next High-Flyer a pleasant and rewarding experience for you both! Start by explaining who you are as a company.
What do you do and what do you stand for? Most times, students will not only look at the work itself but also at the company as a whole. Students look for things that evoke in them a sense of applying for your company. Try to make it enticing. The most coveted entrepreneurs tend to have a twist to their story or pitch which differentiates them from the competition, or even something funny. Anything eye-catching and unique is good to write down! Know what you are looking for. While a good High-Flyer may be able to fill in some gaps in a project description, your best bet in getting quality bids is to know what you are looking for. If you are not sure exactly what to ask for, do a little research before you post.
Create a clear, descriptive project name. A High-Flyer should be able to tell at a glance what you’re looking for. So try and craft your freelance job’s name in a way that gives a direct, clear definition of what it entails. For instance, a freelance job named “E-Book” may grab the attention of graphic artists, writers, web developers and others. A name like, “Write an E-Book about Snakes,” however, is likely to bring bids mostly from writers and, in particular, writers with some knowledge about snakes or resources for the subject.
Provide a detailed description. Your description should answer as many potential questions as possible. Think about what will be required of the provider you hire and be as clear as possible.
List the qualifications you are searching for - what would be nice to have and what is a must. Select the required skills correctly. Use all of your available skill selections if possible. Many High-Flyers search projects strictly by skills, so this will help your job gain visibility! Consider your budget selection carefully to low a budget may eliminate some of the better candidates for your freelance job. Setting the budget too high may leave the door open for some price gouging, but this is usually fairly easy to spot. No matter what though, don’t set a budget higher than what you are willing to pay just to attract more experienced High-Flyers.