Posted November 20, 2013 in How-To
You know I always like to brag on my friends… LearnWebDevelopment.com is celebrating their 10th Anniversary of training Successful Web Designers. They’ll train you on WordPress and marketing your business. They also offer support so you’re never alone in building your web design business.
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Oh no! You’re stuck for ideas again. What will you do?
If you’re a freelancing creative who makes a living from your creativity, running out of ideas can be a serious problem. Your income could be at stake.
In this post, I’ll provide nine places to start your brainstorming sessions. I also invite you to share your own tips and techniques for coming up with creative and fresh ideas.
If you liked this post, you’ll probably also like the DesignM.ag post, Improve Your Creativity & Problem-Solving with these 7 Brainstorming Techniques. You may also like this FreelanceM.ag post, My Best Ideas for What to Do When Your Freelancing Creativity Fails You.
We freelancers seem to crave work/life balance.
In fact, the hope for a better work/life balance is one of the main reasons many of us become freelancers.
Achieving a better work/life balance may even be the reason that you became a freelancer. It’s a common goal for many freelancers. And, of course, a good work/life balance can be a difficult goal to reach.
One thing is well known. The lack of a healthy work/life balance can lead to a whole laundry list of ugly problems that no one really wants–problems such as:
- Poor Health
- Relationship problems
So, it’s no wonder that Scott Shane recently published an article on Entrepreneur discussing entrepreneurial freedom. Life balance is something a lot of us (entrepreneurs or not) are looking for.
If you’re a freelancer, you probably already know that a lot of things can go wrong on the way to finding a better work/life balance. In this post, I’ll share some secrets that will help.
Posted May 30, 2013 in How-To
While there’s no doubt that content marketing is important and freelancers can definitely benefit from using a content strategy, don’t overlook your About page.
Your About page is an excellent chance to tell your story. Not only that, readers who check your About page are genuinely interested in your freelancing business. Yet many freelancers are overlooking this vital element of an effective website.
In this post, I’ll share the straight scoop on how to create an effective About page. You’ll get some practical tips you can use right away. If you liked this post, you may also like Are Blogs Still Relevant for Freelancers?.
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