Posted May 7, 2012 in Tools/Resources
You may remember the library as the place where you did research for your school assignments, but there’s a lot more to most libraries these days.
In this post, I share a few free resources from the library that freelancers will find helpful. Most (but not all) local libraries offer these resources to local residents and/or library cardholders.
Posted April 27, 2012 in Tools/Resources
One of things that I’ve discovered is that there are a huge number of photography resources out there. In this post I’ve tried to pull some of those resources together for you.
I’ve put together a list of some of the most popular and helpful sites about taking photos. I’ve also included a brief description of each site.
Please note, these are not stock image sites. If you are looking for information about using stock images, here are some tips for you.
You know that it’s important to build relationships with your clients and prospects, but to be honest; you have trouble keeping track of them.
What if there was a tool that could help jog your memory about your clients and contacts and keep track of your last contact? That would save you time and possibly help you get more projects, right?
Well, guess what? Such a tool exists (and it’s not a card file or paper address book). In this post, I’ll briefly explain what customer relationship management (CRM) software does and list over twenty CRM options for freelancers.
Posted December 26, 2011 in Tools/Resources
In this post, we list those software tools that you said you loved in one convenient place–over 35 of them! We also invite those of you who may have missed the original open thread to once again share your favorite software with us. (Note: Some of these tools are open source or freeware although some do cost money. Where possible, I’ve identified the free tools.)
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