Posted June 18, 2013 in Business
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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.
Posted June 12, 2013 in Showcase
Imagery can be very powerful mixed into written paragraphs. Especially when you consider the enormous number of blog posts added to the Internet every day. Visitors will not have all the time in the world so you want to catch them with unique titles.
In this brief gallery I have put together a small collection of professional business-style photographs. These stock photos are downloaded from 123RF which has an exceptional gallery to choose from. I think photos can really emphasize a good point in the written language, especially on topics such as freelancing and digital projects.
Posted June 9, 2013 in Lifestyle
One thing I’ve noticed is that many freelancers disappear after a year or two. They no longer post to their blog. Their URL no longer works.
What has happened to these wonderful freelancing colleagues?
Sadly, many of them have gone out of business. It’s easy to make the mistakes that can shipwreck your freelancing business.
In this post, I’ll identify seven common freelancing mistakes that can make your business fail. If you like this post, you may also like 5 Ways Freelancers Sabotage Their Success.
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