How Should Freelancers Find Work?

We live in the age of the freelancer, with some sources saying that as many as 1/3 of all U.S. workers are freelancing. The number of freelancers is likely to increase in the future, so finding good freelance work is an important one. The fact is, not all freelancing gigs are created equal. There is a lot of freelancing work out there, but there are also a lot of bad clients that most freelancers will … [Read more...]

5 Advanced Google Search Tips for Freelance Gig Hunting and Niche Research

Established and experienced freelancers are unlikely to use Google to find paid gigs. They already have a collection of their favorite job boards that have proven to be effective for them and which they frequent. However, what has worked for some people might not work for you. If you are just starting or if you want to broaden the job sources you are currently using, Google is a great place to browse. No … [Read more...]

The Best of FreelanceFolder: Our Top 10 Resources for Getting Clients

Nearly all freelancers face the problem of finding new clients. Whether you're just getting started as a freelancer, or you've been freelancing for decades: getting clients is the backbone of any business. Over the years at FreelanceFolder we've written dozens (if not hundreds) of articles on how to get clients, how to find better clients, and how to keep clients coming back for more. As our way to kick off … [Read more...]