How to get paid for a video editor job: I did it and it paid me almost $50,000
I got an email from a freelance video editor asking me to work on a video for a client, and it was a bit overwhelming, but I was determined to work with him and to prove my worth.
After two days of writing a script and working with him, I realized that my script was already paid for, and I had just one question: What do I do next?
I wrote down my resume and began searching online for video editors in the San Francisco Bay Area.
I had heard of a few freelance video editors, but none had ever paid me anything close to what I was asking for.
So I searched for a few months and came up empty-handed.
But I had the perfect answer: I’d written a script for a company called FreeVideo.
The video editor’s salary range was $75,000 to $100,000.
He could do the work on one-to-two days a week, but he had to get a “provisional” salary that would be based on the quality of the video.
FreeVideo offers video editing jobs in more than 150 cities, including Seattle, San Francisco, and Boston.
If you are interested in working for FreeVideo, email the job posting to [email protected]
The freelance video manager salary range is $60,000-$90,000, according to a job posting.
The paid job is usually on-call, but if you can’t find a freelancer who can do the job for less than $80,000 for two weeks, you may want to consider applying.
You can also find freelancers for freelance video editing on the website.