If your answer is “no,” you could be losing potential clients and wasting valuable time.
In this post, we’ll discuss an easy way to add a FAQ link to your business blog. We’ll also talk about the information you should include on your FAQ page.
Posted October 20, 2010 in Social Media
The demand for a professional and effective social media presence gives freelancers plenty of opportunity to provide specialized services.
There are countless potential benefits of being a freelancer, and the list increases if you have a spouse and children sharing the experience with you. Many, like me, are lucky enough to work from home and get to experience family life intertwined with their work on a daily basis. However, I have learned that if I don’t make a concentrated and consistent effort to seize this opportunity, it can be very easy to miss the moments that matter most.
In this post, I will share my personal declarations of my commitment to my family in my freelancing business with the hope that my manifesto will encourage you to create your own. Shouldn’t we all be giving the best of ourselves to our loved ones?
You would be wrong!
Everyone hits hard time now and then, including freelancers. When comes to adversity, it’s not a question of “if,” but a question of “when.” That’s just life.
In this post, I’ll explain how you can minimize the impact that difficult times have on your freelancing business. This is the topic that nobody wants to talk about, but every freelancer should consider.
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