Questions To Get Started: Question exercise to work through to help determine if you’re ready to start work as a freelancer
Simple Marketing Plan: The BlackFreelance “One-Sentence Marketing Plan” to get you bringing in more clients in minimal time
Simple Marketing Calendar: Effective freelance marketing is a habit. This calendar will help you get started.
Freelancer Checklist: The bare minimum you should have going as a freelance worker
Freelance Skills You Can Develop On Your Own: You can develop a LOT of important freelance skills without a degree and some without even taking a class.
Client Profile Spreadsheet: A simple spreadsheet to keep you organized and understanding what’s really going on with your client roster.
Blog Ideas: 10 ideas to get your freelance blog moving and attracting clients.
Freelancers’ Union: Highly useful organization with tax tips, articles, even help with insurance.
Even: Startup that turns your variable income into a steady paycheck for $3/week
Freelance Tax Nation: If you earn over $400 a year, you’re going to have to worry about taxes. This site is a great resource.