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How do I find my first clients if there is nothing else but the sites I have honed my skills on? Even for free, no one wants to give orders
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The reason is you. Everything about you gives away a non-specialist, i.e. the customer runs the risk of hemorrhoids. Customers value their time. You were correctly pointed out in your last question
- No one will bite on this - even the most stingy fool, because it immediately becomes clear that you will have to learn, invest in you their nerves and time, and the output could be a zilch.

At 29 years old it is shameful to have 70 questions on the toaster, where mostly the simplest questions on Wordpress, which has documentation and a huge amount of information in search, blogs, etc. This all says that in your skills and qualities you are not a specialist, as soon as you learn to solve questions on your own as a specialist, then immediately there will be customers.

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McDonald is probably asleep, I'll answer for him, "It's cool when the rose-colored glasses break, huh?"

From myself: starting out with zero experience in freelancing is a lost cause. Maybe in the noughties it was somehow different, but now every site has already formed its own layer of specialists. Who sometimes even wait until they fulfill orders and are free.
If you're sure you can do a task that you can pay for, you'd better try the office.

No one even wants to give an order for free

It's discouraging... Honestly. It looks strange somehow. You can do for free to your friends. But on the playground, it's like...

P.S. I looked at your resume that you posted in the spring. People who aren't developers (or maybe they are) often interpret "know the basics of HTML and CSS" as "know the names of tags". This causes mistrust. The rest of the comments were pointed out to you in the same post, but you apparently haven't corrected them in ~5 months.
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McDonald is asleep.

Yes. I didn't read any further, I believe in you.
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Why aren't the layouts open? Your links lead to the code, but the repositories don't even have a deplayer for gh-pages to feel the pages. Maybe clients can't see your work?
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Then work for yourself, create your own startup, and you'll be happy.
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How clichéd is it - make the first project for yourself, in the niche where you want to go.
How clichéd is it - make the first project for yourself, in the niche where you want to go.
Then with this project, you can already offer your services.
If you don't have a project, the chances are much lower.
- If you take the order, you can not understand what to do with it further, as a result - you will be lost, the customers do not like it, to put it mildly
- If they ask you for proofs, you'll have something to show for it
- If you do 1-2 projects for yourself, you'll already have a little confidence that you can do something similar for a client.

- If you do 1-2 projects for yourself, you'll already have a little confidence that you can do something similar for a client.
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No one even wants to give an order for free

Who needs you when there are over 9,000 of the same monkeys sitting on the same site?
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There's no chance in freelancing until you get to the office, at least to a middletown.
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Start with friends and acquaintances of relatives and co-workers
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