Posted May 6, 2013 in Getting Clients
Finding new clients can be stressful and quite frankly, it is a lot of work.
It’s easy to understand the attraction of freelancing through an intermediary. An intermediary (also known as a go-between or middleman) is someone who matches freelancers with freelancing projects.
Freelancing through intermediaries is extremely popular and many freelancers get their start by working with a go-between.
In this post, we’ll explore the pros and cons of working through an intermediary. You’re also invited to share your own thoughts and experiences.
Posted May 1, 2013 in Business
Last week I mentioned, “Due to popular demand, and the growing desire to learn WordPress, LearnWebDevelopment.com, has announced that they’ll host one of their hugely popular WordPress Bootcamps in May.”
The only catch is that it’s starting soon and, because of that, early-bird pricing is also ending soon: Thursday, May 2, 2013 at midnight. After midnight Thursday, the offer is over.
If you’d like to quickly become an in-demand WordPress website designer, sign up here now.
Remember, all of LearnWebDevelopment.com’s WordPress Bootcamps come with a risk-free lifetime money-back guarantee. Get the details here.
Posted April 30, 2013 in News
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Posted April 24, 2013 in News
LearnWebDevelopment.com initially planned to wait until Fall 2013 to host another WordPress Bootcamp. But, their students had other intentions.
Due to popular demand, and the growing desire to learn WordPress, LearnWebDevelopment.com, has announced that they’ll host one of their hugely popular WordPress Bootcamps in May.
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