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29/10/2019
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How to Be Better than 90% of Freelancers

Roughly one out of three people took some form of freelance work in the last year, according to a 2017 survey — 36% of the US workforce, to be more exact. If you were one of them, you may have brushed elbows with other freelancers offering the same services you offer. Maybe it was exciting and collaborative

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Freelancing: Show Me the Money!

I was just reading Trav Mamone’s piece about our glamorous lives as freelance writers, and they give a very real idea of what it’s like to have to pick a topic and pitch individual publications as a freelance writer. I would like to expand on their topic here: Pitching and writing separate articles for individual publications

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24/10/2019
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The Emotional Side of Freelancing

There are so many articles out there about how to get freelancing right, and there is so much to think about: the invoicing, the client communication, the hustle, the accounts, and more. What I have learned in three years of working as a freelancer is that it can be an emotional rollercoaster, too. Just like

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10 business building tips for making your freelance career a success

Some people thrive in a 9to5 day job setup while some flourish when they work at their own pace and in their own space. If you belong to the latter category, freelancing can be a lucrative option. But becoming a successful freelancer is easier said than done. Many professionals jump into the path of becoming

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How to Start Freelancing with No Experience

Freelancing industry grows Impressively in the past several years. Nowadays most of the routine and technical work can be outsourced. That’s why there’s a strong possibility that the skills you have contain one or more freelancing opportunities. But is not that easy as it looks like. It takes courage to go out there and start

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22/10/2019
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10 Steps to Start a Freelancing Business While Working Full-Time (and Why You Should)

With over 54 million Americans opting to forego traditional careers and start a freelance business that gives them more flexibility to create a lifestyle they love, we’re seeing an unprecedented shift in the way companies function around the world. Hiring freelancers is becoming not only more acceptable, but more attractive for many businesses. This creates an incredible opportunity for people

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Become a Successful Freelancer

Did you know that 36% of the American workforce is made up of freelancers? Or that freelancers contribute $1.4 trillion to the U.S. economy? As crazy as these numbers sound, they’re also reassuring—especially if you’ve been dreaming about leaving your day job to become a freelancer and start your own business. In short, the dream is real, and many others have

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21/10/2019
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The 5 rules of successful freelancing

Every job has its rules and etiquette and freelancing is no exception. Despite the fact that you are your own boss, if you want to succeed you need to follow certain rules. There’s no one looking over your shoulder checking to see if you are adhering to these principles, so you need to be self-aware.

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The Rise of the Full-Stack Freelancer

In the past, being a freelancer meant being a specialist. The only way you could generate enough income to make it as a free agent was to focus on a single, highly monetizable skill. For example, copywriting, coding, graphic design, photography, journalism, or language translation. You had to be able to perform this skill in

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20/10/2019
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Have A Free Freelancer Contract Template

I get this question from new freelancers sometimes, so I want to share my actual contract with you. It is so important to have a contract in place as a freelancer, an entrepreneur, and as a client. Your contract should dictate payments, deadlines, deliverables, and anything else having to do with the client/freelancer relationship. Both

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