Melissa Ingold — January 4, 2019 Follow @timefreedombiz — January 4, 2019 In my opinion, we world-changing entrepreneurs are best served by building long-term relationships with our contractors. A virtual team of freelancers who are intimately familiar with our business models, expectations, and needs can deliver top quality, consistent results. That said, when a project … Continue reading Freelancing Websites: Should You Be Using Them?
Miranda Marquit — September 7, 2018 — September 7, 2018 Almost two years, ago I did something surprising. I accepted a remote position with a startup company. I kept some of my freelance clients, but I let go of the majority of them. The remote company offered a good salary and good benefits. Plus, I … Continue reading How to Get Back Into Full-Time Freelancing After Taking a Break
Angela Ruth — August 20, 2018 — August 20, 2018 rawpixel / Pixabay It’s estimated that about 36 percent of the workforce in the United States is freelancing. Pretty hard to believe right? Well that number is only growing and by 2027 experts are predicting that the majority of Americans will be freelancers. As a … Continue reading Interested In Freelancing? Here Are 6 Things You Should Know Before Getting Started
Choncé Maddox — January 12, 2018 — January 12, 2018 When I first got interested in freelance writing, I thought the role sounded too good to be true. Get paid to write and do what you love? Set your own rates and choose your own hours? Awesome! For anyone who has a marketable skill they … Continue reading 3 Myths About Freelancing That Can Derail Your Success
Miranda Marquit — January 10, 2018 — January 10, 2018 BarnImages / Pixabay Whether or not you set new year resolutions for your freelancing business, it’s time to reflect on how you can take your efforts to the next level in the coming year. For freelancers, it can be hard to figure out what to … Continue reading 3 Steps for Taking Your Freelancing Business to the Next Level in the New Year
Taylor Gordon — September 10, 2017 — September 10, 2017 OpenClipart-Vectors / Pixabay Work productivity can grind to a halt when you experience personal or family emergencies. Taking “vacation” time to cope isn’t always possible for freelancers who get paid by their work output. Ultimately, your best bet is preparing for the unexpected in advance. … Continue reading How to Prepare for Family Emergencies While Freelancing
Deji Atoyebi — April 2, 2017 Follow @I_amAtoyebiDeji— April 2, 2017 Freelancing is no walk in the park; there are tons of difficulties to grapple with. First, is usually the problem of stabilizing income when starting out, followed by difficulties in staying productive, managing finances, efficiently handling workload, scaling the business, and more. Much of … Continue reading Freelancing: How Value Propositions Can Work for You.
Deji Atoyebi — December 8, 2016 Follow @I_amAtoyebiDeji— December 8, 2016 If you’re just starting out your freelance career, this article is for you. While freelancing is really all the nice things you’ve heard about it, it’s also fraught with challenges. Perhaps the greatest problem you’ll face at the beginning of your career is landing … Continue reading Freelancing: 5 Things to Do While Awaiting your First Client
Jeff Tennery — November 3, 2016 Follow @jtennery— November 3, 2016 The number of freelancers listing services on labor platforms is constantly expanding. According to a recent report by JP Morgan, “4.2 percent of adults had ever participated in the Online Platform Economy in September 2015—a 47-fold growth since October 2012.” So, it is more … Continue reading First Rule of Freelancing: Build an Impressive Profile (And Here’s How)
by Ray Manley January 30, 2016 Follow @rbmanleyJanuary 30, 2016 Okay, so you’re a freelance writer (or designer, or coder, or whatever), and you do a lot of work for a lot of people who simply don’t have the skills you have. And you probably often think that if only you didn’t have to deal … Continue reading 5 Tips and 2 Insights: How to Achieve Freelancing Success and Stay Somewhat Sane