Webmasters design, manage and update websites. A webmaster is responsible for managing a company's online persona, and this makes the webmaster's work key to advertising strategies, sales scores and how the company is perceived by potential customers. Small businesses, large corporations, non-profit organizations, schools, universities and government agencies all employ professional webmasters. The job-search process is fairly standard, but does differ to some degree from other careers. Additionally, networking is especially important to finding a webmaster position.
Job security in the world of a freelance webmaster has its ups and downs. One month there may be multiple projects and the next month may be sparse at best. A consistent flow of jobs is the ideal situation. The determined webmaster can follow these steps to promote job stability.
Things You'll Need
Computer with Internet connection
Showcase your freelance job skills on a website of your own. This is a simple way to advertise your services and attract clients from all over the world. Post online resumes and sample work on websites such as "Elance," "Monster" and "Dice."