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Kalai Selvan

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I have been working as a freelancer for quite some time, I don't know the skill, or don't really understand how to make my self a successful freelancer in getting lot of contacts to execute my service for the associate who wants it.

I have been working and leading a number of Geological maps for a OZ based mineral exploration company.
I have indepth knowledge related to mapping execution like
Surface Mapping
Outcrop mapping
Interp mapping
X section mapping
Geophysical map interpretation
Assay data database management
Worm interpretation Etc.

But when i landed up doing freelancing, i did very little business, in order to get/attract more orders for the above said mapping service, what exactly i need to do. I am really surprised to see many giants over here in this site, to have made their career a successful one thru freelancing.Can i expect some response from you great guys to lift my bar.

And i respect all the senior for their feedback.


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Kalai Selvan

Hans van der Maarel

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Hello Cadman, and welcome to Cartotalk.

I've moved this thread to the "Business of Cartography" section. There's some other threads here regarding freelancing.
Hans van der Maarel - Cartotalk Editor
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