11 Essential Freelance Tools to Make Your Life EasierWhen pursuing a freelancing career, you may feel a bit lost from time to time. Fortunately, there are tons of freelance tools you can use to make it easier for you to complete tasks… Career TransitionsLifestyle
Why Freelancers and Remote Workers Need CommunityFreelancers need community now more than ever. Human interactions are how we learn and grow. But when you quit your job to freelance or work remotely, you leave all of that behind. Career TransitionsMarketing & Positioning
How to Smoothly Transition from Full-Time Employment to FreelancingWhen you quit your day job and transition into full-time freelancing, it's important to make the career adjustment as smooth as possible. These 7 tips will help you do that! Finances & TaxesGuest Articles
5 Common Financial Mistakes Freelancers Should AvoidAs a freelancer, it can seem easy at first to run your business without money management, but in the long-run, a lack of financial awareness or organization can spell ruin for your business. Proposals & Contracts
What’s the Difference Between a Proposal and a Contract?Freelance proposals and contracts serve different purposes and should be presented to the client as two separate documents. Find out what to include in each of them! Finances & TaxesGuest ArticlesPayments & Invoicing
Creating a Financial Foundation for your Freelance Career (A Step by Step Guide)When it comes to setting up a freelance business, no matter the industry you work in, creating a financial strategy is vital to both your business’ survival and your own personal finance. Marketing & PositioningPortfolio Websites
How to Use Google Trends to Understand What Freelance Clients are Searching ForUse Google Trends to find out what freelance clients are searching for, make yourself more visible online, and get more leads for your freelance business. Marketing & PositioningPortfolio Websites
5 Reasons Why You Need to Have Your Own Portfolio WebsiteHave you ever wondered why you should have your own portfolio website? Having your own website will increase your online visibility and help you get more freelance clients Career TransitionsFinances & Taxes
Why I Transitioned from 1099 to S-Corp (and How It Impacted My Freelancing Business)If you're a freelancer, you're likely operating as a 1099 contractor. But that means you're paying high taxes, have no legal protection, and you're being perceived as an individual, not a business. Switching to… Pricing & RatesProject Management
A Beginner’s Guide to Value-Based PricingA value-based project is simply a fixed-fee project where the price is determined by the value of the outcome to the clients business – not the estimated time it will take to complete. Guest ArticlesPortfolio Websites
6 Ways To Upgrade Your Website And Get The Clients You DeserveIn order for a website to keep working hard on your behalf, you need to give it a bit of regular attention. In this article, Jodie Manners outlines 6 ways you can upgrade your… Pricing & RatesProject Management
6 Pricing Strategies for Freelancers (and When You Should Use Each)As a freelancer, you get to decide how to bill your clients – and there's no right or wrong billing strategy. In this article, we'll look at hourly rates, daily rates, weekly rates, monthly… Getting ClientsProductivity
7 Lessons from My First Year as a Full-Time FreelancerAfter one year of full-time freelancing, I share the observations I made, lessons I learned, advice I have for anyone interested in becoming a full-time freelancer. Make sure you have a desire to freelance,… Portfolio Websites
12 Things You Should Remove From Your Portfolio Website ImmediatelyA collection of brutally honest tips for what you should remove from your portfolio website immediately before someone decides to not hire you (and what to replace them with instead). ProductivityProject Management
5 Tips for Managing Sick Days as a FreelancerYou aren't allocated a specific number of sick days each year as a freelancer. That's why it's important to have a plan for sick days before they happen. Finances & Taxes
What Do You Need to Start Freelancing, Legally?What are the minimum legal requirements to start freelancing? You don't need contracts, tax forms, or a legal business entity. Just pay your taxes!
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