Yet, you know that you’re good at what you do. What could be the problem?
In this post, I’ll examine five common reasons why freelancers don’t earn what they deserve. You may find that one of these reasons fits your situation.
Whether you are a small business owner or a freelancer, chances are you stand to gain a lot from conducting a search for companies online somewhere like Duedil.
A good question to focus your queries before you start is, what kind of information could improve your decisions?
If you’re a freelancer, you might be hoping to avoid a horror story client, researching compensation rates in your market, or even looking for future clients during a lull. If you’re a small business owner, you may want to understand more about a potential partner’s track record, finances, and history.
Whatever you seek, use these five tips to find what you’re looking for.
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Managing a team of telecommuters or remote freelancers may sound easy — after all, you don’t have to deal with them as frequently or as personally as employees who work out of the same office as you. But if you’ve ever actually managed an off-site team, you probably know that it can quickly become more trouble than managing on-site employees if you aren’t careful. These five tips for keeping people on-task when you’re off-site will make remote management that much easier. [Click Here to Read More...]
Posted June 25, 2012 in How-To
You’re unique. I’m unique.
We have different personalities, freelancing specialties, and goals. What works well for one freelancer may not work for another.
With the online advice deluge from a myriad of so-called gurus, blogs and books–it’s easy for a freelancer to forget what makes them tick and get caught up in trying to follow the latest fad.
Yet following the wrong freelancing advice can be a bit like trying to force a square peg into a round hole. It’s hard to do and if you do manage to get it done it just doesn’t work right.
I’ve never been a believer in one-size fits all advice. When I give advice, I share what generally works for me based on my own experience–but I also encourage readers to share their own thoughts and experiences.
In this post, I’ll explain how you can get the most from online advice and provide some tips for finding the right advice for you.
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