Freelancing

    • Looking Back on Your Achievements

      We all sometimes get that feeling at the end of the working day where you just sit there are you think to yourself: “enh, it feels like I didn’t get anything done today…” One of my favourite ever blog posts (which annoyingly I can’t find for the life of me now) offered a great tip on this: actually write down what you did that day.

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  • How to Get Clients from Social Media to Your Freelance Profile

    … Freelancing is the first step towards fulfilling your entrepreneurial dreams. It takes a lot of hard work and commitment to become a successful freelancer. For newcomers, acquiring clients is a major challenge. But overcoming this problem in the early days of freelancing will boost your confidence and help you focus on the needs of your…

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  • Minterest Level 3.0: Go Premium!

    … I see three Levels whenever I think of my blogging journey on Minterest. Level 1.0 was the beginning phase (2006-2012) and it was apparently my learning phase too because Minterest was my first WordPress blog and it started as a personal finance journal. And then I started getting very obsessed with writing and spent many, many hours to compose…

    Mahesh Mohan/ Minterestin EMail Blogging- 10 readers -
  • How to Engage More Clients from Freelance Marketplaces

    … Freelancing becomes an exciting career when you know how to acquire new clients. The customers who value your efforts are ready to pay a premium for high-quality work and excellent customer service. Acquiring such clients is becoming more difficult due to stiff competition from freelancers across the world. While new freelancers face…

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  • SEO & Civil Law – My brightonSEO Talk

    … On Friday I spoke at brightonSEO for the second time. I spoke there 18 months ago back when it was in the Brighton Dome, but this time it was in a brand new venue, right on the seafront: the Brighton Centre. My talk was basically a Civil Law 101 introduction for freelance and agency SEOs. I’ve worked with dozens of clients since going self…

    SEOnoin SEO- 12 readers -
  • You Have Started Blogging When ‘They’ Are Quitting It

    Are you getting it? Yes, I am absolutely talking about bloggers — professional bloggers to be more specific and not hobby bloggers. If you are a regular reader of Minterest (which I refuse to believe :D) then you probably know that I don’t stop criticizing bloggers (especially the so-called professional bloggers) when they are running a blog only to make money and then brandi ...

    Mahesh Mohan/ Minterest- 9 readers -
  • Must-Read Books For Freelancing Success

    … Must-Read Books For Freelancing Success July 27, 2016 by Meagan Freeman Leave a Comment No matter what your speciality is when it comes to your freelancing career, we all have one common goal. We have chosen this career path to take control of our lives and to be our own boss. Whether you are a blogger, designer or other, here are some must…

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  • 8 Ways Bloggers Can Make Money on the Side

    … Blogging offers the convenience of working from home, choosing your own hours, and writing about nearly anything you like. But not everyone gets paid a lot to do the work, unfortunately. In fact, the majority of bloggers earn a salary that’s well under the national average, specifically averaging less than $3.50 per day. If your love for blogging…

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  • 4 Ways Freelance Bloggers Can Avoid Clients From Hell

    … if the client happens to live in a different state or country. I suppose another reason for contracts is because some freelancers want to lock their clients into fixed-term arrangements… which I also find absurd. I don’t know about you, but I began my freelancing career so I could pursue the things I want to do, not the things I don’t. And I don’t…

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  • 3 Things I’ve Learnt 3 Years Into Self-Employment

    … wanted to pass on 3 more things I’ve discovered now that I have a longer-term view of freelancing life, and I also thought that it might be interesting to revisit the initial 3 things I blogged about – to see if they’re just as true/more true/less true – now that a whole bunch of time has passed… 3 Things I’ve Learnt 3 Years On Alrighty then… Let’s…

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  • 5 Freelancers Share Their Worst Client Horror Stories

    … This article originally appeared on The Freelancer. Every freelancer has at least one horror story of a crazy, ridiculous, or even illegal client request—one that made them spit out their coffee and stare at their laptop in horror and say, “You want me to do what?!?” In fact, it was after going through a traumatic freelancing experience of my…

    The Content Strategist- 14 readers -
  • My Top 5 Takeaways from ReWork

    … Recently I started listening to audiobooks during my commute (a great tip if you don’t have much chance reading/listening to books in your spare time), and I was recently recommended ReWork by Scott Sherwood (@scottsherwood) of TestLodge. I’ve never agreed so hard with a book in all my life. I wasn’t joking when I tweeted that I was “screaming…

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