Posted June 22, 2013 in Marketing
The speed of a product or service is often one of the greatest factors in any creative endeavor. Timing is everything, and you have to get things done in an orderly fashion. Sometimes this means ordering new materials for marketing or production. It can be a struggle figuring out the best solutions for your own company.
I would like to provide a small collection of resources which are geared towards expedited work times. These solutions are not complete but they do offer a nice starting point. Small businesses around the world can utilize these services for their own marketing needs. And the turnaround on each project will be effortless to the point where you will not even need to worry.
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Posted June 14, 2013 in Marketing
Have you ever wondered how often you should post to your freelancing blog?
One of the freelancing questions that I’m asked the most often deals with posting frequency.
We all know that there are lots of benefits to having a freelancing blog, ranging from increased website traffic to establishing yourself as an expert in your field to building client relationships.
But it’s hard to keep up with a freelancing blog and run a freelance business at the same time. Many freelancers have a hard time doing both. In this post, we’ll discuss business blogging for freelancers. At the end, I’ll invite you to share your tips and experiences with freelance business blogging.
When I started out as a freelancer, I often wished for someone who would review my business ideas for me. While I knew I was a good writer, I just wanted a second opinion. I’ve known other freelancers who felt the same way.
Starting a new freelancing business can be rough, so naturally there’s a market for people who are willing to help freelancers reach their potential–sort of like what I was looking for when I started out.
Those people who are willing to help freelancers get started or grow their business are called coaches or mentors. Business coaching is a growing field.
If you’ve been freelancing for a while, you probably understand your freelancing business pretty well. You may be in a position to help others who are just getting started. Many freelancers expand their businesses to include a coaching component. Should you?
There are many advantages to starting a freelance coaching or mentoring business, as well as some drawbacks. For many freelancers, this is a chance to take their freelancing to the next level. In this post, I’ll list the pros and cons of starting a freelance coaching business and invite you to share your own experiences.
Posted March 7, 2013 in Marketing
Designers and developers who work freelance often have difficulty helping clients with branding. Suggestions on how to market or sell products can be a struggle if you are not familiar with their niche. However, marketing products can be universal to many areas of work.
I have put together just a small collection of freelancing tips for picking up useful products for marketing. There is always a new revenue stream to consider and new users to get on board with your company. It may take a bit of time to coerce your clients or colleagues, but the decision to invest in branding is significant.
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