Do you like to wait?
I know that I don’t. Whether it’s waiting for an appointment in the doctor’s office or waiting in line, I always feel like I’m wasting time when I wait.
However, waiting is a big part of freelancing. We freelancers do a lot of waiting.
We wait to see if we got the project we applied for. We wait to hear back from a client. We wait to get payment after sending out an invoice.
In this post, I’ll share over a dozen productive things you can do while you wait.
Posted February 18, 2013 in How-To
Having a steady revenue stream is an important goal for many freelancers.
Maybe you are one of those freelancers.
In fact, many freelancers start side projects with a goal of having them produce a regular flow of income. But are those side projects really passive income projects?
I hear an awful lot about side projects that generate a so-called passive freelancing income for the freelancer.
There are even websites devoted to the topic. Just how much work really goes into generating a steady revenue stream?
In this post, we’ll discuss what passive income is and examine some concerns for freelancers who want to set up income opportunities that require very little follow-up work. We’ll also examine three popular revenue stream strategies in more detail.
Posted February 14, 2013 in Lifestyle
Do you even want to get started? Or, do you dread the start of your work day?
Job satisfaction is a recognized factor in employee success. I believe that it also contributes to freelancing success. That’s one of the reasons why it’s important to think about whether freelancing makes you happy.
In this post, I’ll take a look at some of the reasons why it’s important to like what you’re doing. I’ll also examine some factors that may be affecting freelancing job satisfaction and discuss how you may be able to overcome those factors.
Posted February 11, 2013 in News
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 to be successful”. But the road to success is different for everyone, and those who actually make money freelancing know that you don’t have time to practice every trick in the book.
Websites are becoming more and more important in the freelance client acquisition process. It is important to make sure your website can be found, but if your talents do not lie in web design, it can take a lot of time and money to figure out how to “optimize” your website.
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