Three Crucial Skill To Survive The Next Five Years of Freelance

Want to break out from your 9-5 mold? Good, you’ve gone freelance. Once you venture into this world though, you find it different from your ideal place. Freelance is an endless struggle against asking for payments, juggling schedules and ensuring you secure new projects by developing your online and offline networks. There are just three ...

HTML or WordPress?: Pros and Cons Breakdown

A client would ask you whether an HTML or WordPress-powered website would be best for their business. Any web developer may just absent-mindedly choose any of the two at any time. But there are perks that HTML has WordPress doesn’t. Also, WordPress can manage content better but may have less functionality as that of HTML ...

Client Outreach Begins In Three Ways

Anybody reaching out to clients to extend networks without considering the idea of community building and involvement would often fail. This is because community building is central to freelance work. Clients may treat anybody who treats work as nothing personal indifferently. It’s because you serve just as a means to an end and nothing more. ...

The Three Realities Of Freelance Work

They said the world of freelance is exciting, wondrous and gives you your own volition to create your own time to help you find your creative schedule to work. If you haven’t found this as an excuse to stay home, relax and occasionally earn some money, you must be one of the competitive freelancers around. ...

Three Ways To Make Client Meetings More Efficient

Freelancers and sole business proprietors hate one thing: client meetings. But it is inevitable. They won’t earn anything if they wouldn’t talk to their clients. Hearing out freelancers and sole business proprietors, clients are ill-productive when it came to exploring ideas, managing expectations and creating general traction within the project. Here are ways to make ...

Three Things To Remember When Making Proposals To Clients

A proposal will talk lots about the way you present your ideas, your implementation and your general knowledge about the subject matter. Your clients will look for profitable areas in your project and your potential to achieve your goals. You’ll need a mix of both if you want your clients to listen to you.   ...

Where Are The Best Places To Find Online Jobs?

The economy won’t be doing great in the next few years and sadly, so will your promised pay rise. Well, you have an opportunity with online jobs. When you work online, you won’t have much restrictions about employment and you get some solid benefits as well. So where should you look for these jobs? Here ...

Gauging the Interests of an Author for a Freelance Editor [Infographic]

Truthfully, most novelists won’t trust freelance editors for one thing; it’s because they’re freelance editors. Editors have a role to fulfill. It’s because they’re deeply rooted in the industry, had contributed to the success of many novelists and writers and they definitely know what they’re doing. However, a freelance editor could do plenty more for ...

Three Tips On Handling a Micromanaging Boss

Even in the freelance world, it’s very easy to have a micromanaging client. This client is the one that breathes down your neck, observing every nitty-gritty detail you may have missed with their requirement. It’s pretty difficult to deal with them and observers had found a great number of employee stress comes from these types ...

The Characteristics of a Successful Home Business Team

The improvements in communication technology allows home business or even virtual office teams to work anywhere at any time. However, the concept of trust and reliability in virtual offices is harder to develop than in a formal office. A good home business or virtual office team relies on each other, but does not depend on ...