Despite the downturn, agencies and companies are still hiring freelancers to help meet their business needs. Experts at marketing agency Volume Nine and OnWard Digital Media are here to tell you that, yes, it is, in fact, possible to start a freelance career during a pandemic. They’ll share some tactical tips to help you get started and hired.
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In the same year Miranda got her driver’s license, she got her first agency gig. Now, as an Account Director at Volume Nine, she evaluates the strategic approach and production of all client projects. She often gets her hands dirty doing some of those projects too. Outside of the agency, she loves generating and nourished online and offline relationships with partners, freelancers, and the Denver community.
If marketing careers came with a passport, Olivia Ward would have a full book. As a digital strategy consultant and founder of OnWard Digital Media, Olivia has spent eight years working in-house for national brands, five years working on agency teams, and more than three years freelancing. From mistakes to victories, Olivia has a long list of freelance learnings to share.
Monica Valdez runs Special Projects at Volume Nine. Most often, this means she jumps in on highly-specialized troubleshooting, strategic planning, and advanced digital marketing projects for clients. She brings her fascination with digital marketing to her work and loves leveraging several professional disciplines – including extensive experience in PPC, SEO, content management, analytics, and conversion rate optimization. Since 2003, Monica has had an opportunity to gain several years of experience delivering results to clients as part of an agency team, leading in-house marketing teams, and working with both agencies and direct clients as a freelancer.