Today, we talk about drone jobs. Is it lucrative to get drone jobs through websites? What are the normal terms and conditions for such drone jobs?
While, such drone jobs can be considered as “paid practice”, doing such jobs is not a wise long term career strategy. Why so? We discuss various issues such as copyrights, pay and exclusivity to strengthen our argument. Are there any benefits to getting a job through websites such as DroneBase? Can you market yourself to a client that you meet through an online website? Tune in to get your questions answered. Thanks to the caller for the question. Fly safe!
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[08:43] Today’s question is about the advantages and disadvantages of getting drone jobs through websites
[09:59] What sort of drone jobs are available on these websites?
[10:17] Discussing the business model of websites such as Dronebase and Uplift; are you likely to encounter copyright issues while working for these websites?
[11:32] Are websites poor paymasters?
[12:53] Discussing the importance of going through the website’s terms and conditions
[13:11] Do jobbing websites demand exclusivity?
[13:40] Would you be violating a website’s policies in case you give your business card to a client?