Trying to market your freelance services during a crisis like the coronavirus pandemic can feel unnatural or inappropriate, but it doesn’t have to! Use these five tips to get in front of potential clients and connect with your audience.
Not only is social media one of the best ways to connect with other people who have the same or similar interests and hobbies as you, but it’s also a great way to promote your business.
Freelancing has many benefits but there’s no doubt that it can be overwhelming. Luckily these three tips can help freelancers reduce stress!
For a lot of freelancers, finding long-term clients is a struggle. While one-off or short-term projects aren’t necessarily a bad thing, your goal should be to build up a roster of long-term clients. This ensures that your workload — and income — is steady from month to month, which makes the experience of freelancing full-time… Continue reading How to Impress a Freelance Writing Client (And Keep Them Coming Back for More)
As freelancers, most of our business takes place online. It’s where we house our portfolios, do research, and submit work. It’s also how we find clients and send documents like invoices, proposals, and contracts. More importantly, it’s the #1 way to market yourself for freelance work and grow your online business. But, when it comes… Continue reading 4 Simple Tips for Marketing Your Online Business
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Do you have a sneaking suspicion you have a bad freelance client on your hands? It happens to the best of us! This in-depth article will cover the top ten warning signs of a bad freelance client. I’ll also discuss some steps you can take to help improve the situation. There’s a lot of ground… Continue reading 10 Warning Signs of a Bad Freelance Client & How to Fix Them