“How can I use social media for my freelancing business? I don’t really know anybody?”
If you’re hesitating about using social media because you feel your social network isn’t very big, think again. You know more people than you realize. And social media is a great way to expand your network.
Yet, one of the biggest complaints people make about using social media for their freelancing business is that they don’t know who to connect with.
In this post, I’ll help you build your social media network. I list 12 people that every freelancer should connect with through social media and I explain why.
How do your prospective clients learn about you? More importantly what do they know about you?
Well, unless you happen to have met your client face-to-face, your client learns about you from what you’ve shared online. You are what you share–at least to your client.
In this post, I’ll discuss the importance of your online reputation.
As a freelancer, what do you need to know about Social media trends?
Probably quite a lot. Social media is an important marketing strategy for most freelancers.
But, if you’ve been freelancing for a while you also know that social media changes often. It can be hard to keep up.
In this post, I list four recent social media trends and their potential importance to freelancers.
Last month we talked about WordPress and why the demand for WordPress websites is only going to grow. That’s why it’s so important to get started now and be at the front of this trend.
Today, I’d like to have Conrad Feagin – the founder of LearnWebDevelopment.com – explain why WordPress is so impressive and popular. But, first I have an announcement…
LearnWebDevelopment.com’s last WordPress Bootcamp was a huge success and sold out well before the deadline. Because of this they have announced another WordPress Bootcamp starting in December. Yes, it’s almost a month away, but there are three BIG benefits to registering now:
- 1. You’ll save $200 on early bird pricing (that’s over half off)!
- 2. You’ll get “Building Websites in WordPress” immediately so you can get started today.
- 3. You’ll secure your spot before they’re all gone.
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