The world we are living in today is changing fast and one skill is not enough. You need to learn and improve your freelancing skills often to remain relevant in a super-competitive world.
Let’s review my go to websites to learn and improve my skills.
1. Lynda.com (Recommended)
This is probably one of the best websites to learn and improve your skills.
Lynda.com offers the best learning experience with courses in web design (WordPress, Joomla, Magento) design, video, and audio, business skills, software, etc and once you complete your course – Certification is available.
Courses are taught by world renown experts and it costs only $25 per month to learn.
2. Youtube.com (Recommended)
Youtube is the largest video-sharing website at the moment with the content being uploaded by individuals, corporates, and universities.
You can learn and improve your skills very easily by just making a search for any problem that you are having, something that you want to learn.
I have used Youtube time and time again to learn and in turn I also upload videos to help and inform other people on anything I feel needs to be on there. It’s free to learn 🙂 .
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Udemy.com is a platform or marketplace for online learning.
It provides a platform for experts of any kind to create courses which can be offered to the public, either at no charge or for a tuition fee.
Udemy provides tools which enable users to create a course, promote it and earn money from student tuition charges. Source : Wikipedia
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Skillfeed offers professional training video tutorials on creative and technical skills. If you are hungry to learn and improve your freelancing skills – sign up for a free trial of the courses and start learning.
The courses available vary from web development, design, photography, etc
With 400 easy-to-follow video courses by expert instructors, plus dozens of new courses added each month, Tutsplus is a leading website when it comes to online learning.
Courses offered range from coding, illustration, photography, web design, and more. Tutsplus offers Free Tutorials, Free Trial accounts, and Paid membership accounts.
For any freelancer to stay relevant learning and improving their skills is a top priority.
What are you waiting for start learning today?
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