SEO for Freelancers

Jeriann Watkins is a writer living in Boise, Idaho. She enjoys writing about many subjects, including white-hat SEO and new advances in internet technology. She currently works for Page One Power, a relevancy first link building focused company . The internet is full of articles offering advice to freelancers. Most of these contain information about tactics that freelancers “absolutely must implement in order … [Read more...]

25 Inspirational Responsive Web Designs for Freelance Designers

The web world has opened up a large number of opportunities for enterprises of different genres to market their brand before a large number of potential customers from all over the globe. The search engines have the precise answer to all the queries posted on it within a fraction of a second. The availability of such dynamic facilities has induced the users to Google about information on the move. The … [Read more...]

7+ Common Freelancing Confidence Busters and How to Fight Them

What's keeping you from really becoming the freelancer that you could be? For a lot of us, the answer is a lack confidence. Confidence is vital to successful freelancing, but there are a lot of common freelancing experiences that eat away at our self-confidence. In this post, I'll identify more than seven common situations freelancers face that cause them to have less confidence. I'll also explain how you … [Read more...]

The Biggest WordPress Bootcamp Yet

For the past few weeks we’ve been telling you about the WordPress Bootcamps offered by These WordPress Bootcamps have been so popular and sell out so quickly that they’ve had to make a few changes: They added more seats to accommodate more students at one time. They brought in another WordPress expert so each student will still get the same 1-on-1 attention. But, even though … [Read more...]

IzzoNet – A Quality Online Store Software

I had heard people say that the bookstores in their localities were running out of business due to Amazon but I hadn’t quite believed them and had dismissed such stories as rumors. But recently there was a report in the newspapers that Penguin publishers have merged with Random House publishers as Penguin was suffering huge losses due to ebooks and Amazon. This is just one example which shows that online … [Read more...]

How to Protect your Online Identity

The huge brands invest impressive amounts of money in advertising and constantly try to make their name even more famous. In spite of these amazing efforts, it’s enough a single case that will negatively influence people’s opinion. A well known case is Lacoste, this brand is associated with elegancy, intellectuality, and respectable people. Anders Breivik, the author of the horrible attempts in Norway was … [Read more...]

My experience with Depositphotos

I've decided to update my website with a new design to boost its functionality (it's a relatively small website dedicated to outdoor ads). I'd like to make it more colorful, reduce textual content, and add more visual content. Even though I can't spend a fortune on images, I don't want to use low-quality graphics as it can scare away prospective clients. While searching for a good deal, I stumbled upon … [Read more...]

Win Business Cards from!

Be like a professional and have your own business cards! If you don’t have one yet, here is a great giveaway for all of our readers! Our friends from are generous enough to give away a set of 250 business cards for one winner! The will be designing his/her own business cards to his/her own liking. He/she can use UPrinting’s easy-to use online design tool or upload  his/her own design and get it … [Read more...]

Introducing FreelanceFolder’s New Owner

Hi Guys, Mason Hipp here. For those of you who aren't familiar with my history, my wife Natalie and I have been the owners of FreelanceFolder for the past five years. Before us was Jon Phillips (the original founder of FreelanceFolder) and now, I'm excited and a bit nostalgic to say, we are handing off the torch yet again to a new owner. The actual transfer happened a bit before January, and I think the new … [Read more...]