I’d probably been freelancing full time for a good year before I came to the dreadful realization that I might need to create a resume. My first full-on job involved sifting through thousands of resumes, and I was jaded by years of sorting through piles internet resume-writing advice. Putting together another one, especially from scratch, […]
Getting clients isn’t near as complicated as it might seem. Sure, you need to know the service you provide and have an online presence that showcases your work, but a lot of it is about just setting up good habits. Good habits mean less worrying about whether you’re marketing enough or the right way, as […]
Check out Part 1 here We’re going to kick off part 2 with possibly the most frustrating piece of freelance advice you can get… The first client is the hardest one to get. It’s completely true…it just doesn’t help much when you’re not hearing back on proposals and you’re feeling like no one will […]
October has passed so it’s time to say goodbye to focusing on your freelance web presence, and jump into getting new clients! This month we’ll be dedicating most of the posts, forum discussions, and newsletter topics to the art and science of bringing in clients. We’ll be… Sharing stories of how we got our first […]
Success as a freelancer is incredibly difficult if you don’t know who you work for. It seems counterintuitive, but when you’re precise about the kind of customer you work with and really specialize in the kind of freelancing you do, you spend less time and effort trying to find clients. That’s when you can really […]
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