Posted October 22, 2007 in Writing
Blogging can bring your business exposure, credibility, and whole lot more revenue – so it’s in your best interest to deliver a steady stream of powerful writing. But for a lot of us, that’s a tall order. If you’re finding your creative juices running a little dry, this list of quick and easy tips is sure to get them flowing again. [Click Here to Read More...]
Posted October 20, 2007 in Uncategorized
Did you know that swearing at work could boost your productivity? That’s what researchers “found out“. Makes me wonder who pays them for doing those studies! ;)
I didn’t know that.. I don’t think it would help my productivity that much. In fact, when that happens, I tend to just wanna leave, like trying to get rid of all the “negativity“. That definitely helps my productivity a lot!
So with that said, here are 10 posts I read this week that I find are really worth reading, and some are definitely worth a bookmark. No swears, guaranteed! :)
There are tons of articles on the net about financial planning, invoicing, getting paid, making money, funding, customer relationship, etc…
Well, someone had to put together a list of the best articles/posts (that’s worthy of a bookmark!), and that someone is Jessica Hupp from Bootstrapper, she compiled a list of the 100 best business finance posts. [Click Here to Read More...]
Posted October 17, 2007 in Productivity
Replying to business queries is an inveterate part of your freelance life. In most cases you don’t have a secretary to handle your business related correspondences.
Whether it’s pitching for a new project or replying to prospective clients who are interested in hiring you, you constantly need to send emails. This becomes a repetitive and time-consuming exercise if you work on smaller projects, and almost every day you handle new projects.
For instance, I am a website content writer; sometimes a project constitutes of just one page and sometimes it contains many pages of well-researched content. Working on smaller projects means in a single day I get many queries through my website and I have to reply to all of them and sometimes multiple times because the clients have many questions even if they want just one page written. [Click Here to Read More...]
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