Month

April 2016

A freelancer’s guide to social media

Using social media for your business can have great benefits. It allows you to get your name out there, be more personable, and give potential clients an inside look at your process, among other things. However, using social media and… Continue Reading →

Do you make this one big mistake when freelancing?

Have you ever been working on a project that you just can’t quite seem to get? It feels as if no matter what you do, it just won’t work.   What do you do to try and get over it?… Continue Reading →

The important first steps you need to start freelancing today!

It takes more energy to initially move a vehicle than it does to keep it moving. The same can also be said for your freelance business. Often times, starting out can be a daunting task. Instead of thinking what we… Continue Reading →

5 tips for telling your story to potential freelance clients

We all have a fantastic story for how we got to where we are today. However, you don’t just need your story to let potential clients know who you are and what you can do for them, you need to… Continue Reading →

14 quick and easy ways to optimize your workspace now!

There’s been a lot of attention recently as to the dangers of sitting in front of a monitor for extended periods of time. As more and more people work jobs that require them use a computer, the issue will only… Continue Reading →

When should you quit your job to freelance fulltime?

It’s one of the most common questions asked when it comes to freelancing. When is it time to finally make the switch? For most people, it comes down to finances. Will you have enough stability to make it as a… Continue Reading →

4 Big mistakes freelancers make when planning for taxes

Taxes are the worst. No matter how much you hate them, you still have to pay. However, filing taxes as a freelancer can vary quite a bit from filing taxes as an employee. I’ve seen many freelancers assume that they… Continue Reading →

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