With more and more people working from home, there has never been a better time to start freelancing or move your business online! Our article, How to Start Working From Home: Tips & Tricks for Freelancers, looks at some of the most popular remote careers and explores some tips and tricks to set yourself up. Read on if you want to start your journey towards remote work!
The current pandemic has forced the entire world into lockdown. As people stay home to protect themselves against this dangerous virus, businesses and companies from all industries have had to rethink their business models to suit our new reality. In this article, we discuss Virtual Agencies – The Future Of All Agencies?
Has working from home during these challenging times been difficult for you? It is understandable as not everyone has the capacity to be efficient if they have to stay at home. After all, it is a place that most of us associate with rest and fun rather than work. In this article we give you some Ideas That Will Improve Efficiency While Working From Home.
Being able to follow their own schedules and work in the comfort of their own homes, freelancers definitely have it good. The advantages are plenty, which is why a good chunk of young adults prefer to work as freelancers rather than sell their souls to the corporate world. In this article we share 9 Tools Every Freelance Designer Needs.
- Your name, location and contact details.
- Examples of your past work.
The above are obvious details that spring to mind when you think about it but what are the less obvious things to include? Join us in this article as we discuss What to Include in Your Freelance Portfolio (except for the obvious)
When you wake up in the morning the first thing you think about is your business, you then continue to think about it all day every day until you fall asleep at night. You spend your working day in the office managing your employees, coming up with new ideas and grinding through challenges with the aim of growing the company that you worked so hard to build. In this article we discuss How to Relax While Running Your Own Business.
I can’t understand why it happens, but it’s common. Customers want work done fast, but won’t extend the same urgency to getting you paid for it. Like with most issues in a client relationship, it can be alleviated by setting some expectations upfront. In this article we talk about How Freelancers Can Make Sure They Get Paid
In recent years, the internet has given rise to what is now known as the gig-based economy. From copywriters, designers and even virtual assistants, the gig-based economy has enabled even the humblest startup to access a much wider talent pool. In this article we discuss 4 Things Your Freelancer Wants You to Know.
When it comes to graphic design, many people have a vague understanding of it. The job of a designer is considered to only to create company logos and photoshop pretty images. But, there is much more a graphic designer can do. To be a Graphic designer is, indeed, an art.
When you work as a graphic designer, you have to deal with all sorts of clients. One of the greatest challenges while dealing with clients is the communication issue.
Here is a collection of Things You Should Never Say to a Freelance Graphic Designer. They will not react to it, but they will not appreciate it as well. Let’s have a look at those things.
Like any entrepreneur, advanced freelancers should be working on their business, as well as in it. The sales process is the first thing I worked on, and optimised, because of the importance of it. This guide will take you through finding leads, discussing the project and closing the deal. A sales process for advanced freelancer should take up at least 20% of your time during engagements. And 100% of your time in a dry spell.