There is another way of earning money as a Python freelancer. Serve the mass market and be Python Tutor!
Working on Upwork, Fiverr, or Topcoder is not the only way of earning money to do some valuable work. In this video tutorial, I give you an alternative way of earning money from day one. And I also explain why this strategy works:
The links from the video to my freelancer courses:
- Free Webinar: How to Build Your High-Income Skill Python
- Freelancer Course: Reach Python Freelance Level in Your Coffee Breaks
Is this idea of being a Python Tutor interesting to you?
You may also want to check out this video of the tutoring niche—and earn money while you learn Python … and teach!
Where to Go From Here?
Enough theory. Let’s get some practice!
Coders get paid six figures and more because they can solve problems more effectively using machine intelligence and automation.
To become more successful in coding, solve more real problems for real people. That’s how you polish the skills you really need in practice. After all, what’s the use of learning theory that nobody ever needs?
You build high-value coding skills by working on practical coding projects!
Do you want to stop learning with toy projects and focus on practical code projects that earn you money and solve real problems for people?
🚀 If your answer is YES!, consider becoming a Python freelance developer! It’s the best way of approaching the task of improving your Python skills—even if you are a complete beginner.
If you just want to learn about the freelancing opportunity, feel free to watch my free webinar “How to Build Your High-Income Skill Python” and learn how I grew my coding business online and how you can, too—from the comfort of your own home.
While working as a researcher in distributed systems, Dr. Christian Mayer found his love for teaching computer science students.
To help students reach higher levels of Python success, he founded the programming education website Finxter.com. He’s author of the popular programming book Python One-Liners (NoStarch 2020), coauthor of the Coffee Break Python series of self-published books, computer science enthusiast, freelancer, and owner of one of the top 10 largest Python blogs worldwide.
His passions are writing, reading, and coding. But his greatest passion is to serve aspiring coders through Finxter and help them to boost their skills. You can join his free email academy here.