While it’s important to learn the business skills that keep your freelance business humming, ultimately it’s your craft that keeps you in business. Here are nine ways to keep your freelance skills fresh.
In Part 1, I shared with you six reasons you put your prices out there for clients. In Part 2, I cover seven best practices to posting your freelance prices on your website so that you and the client both benefit.
A lot of freelancers don’t have their prices on their websites. I used to be one of them…until I wised up. Here are six benefits to making your pricing available on your freelance site.
“How do I get better, higher-paying clients?” Out of this chronic conundrum, most freelancers approach getting new clients the wrong way. And the problem is getting worse, not better (I’ll explain why). In the meantime, consider this a little tough love.
Think a steady income is only for 9-to-5ers? Think again. Steady income is a possibility for freelancers, too, and offers a lot of benefits.
Pricing without power is self-sabotage. But when you price with power, you see every project as an opportunity instead of an obligation. Here's one strategy to set you up for success.
Check out four content marketing trends that will impact the services clients will want, the skills that will make you more marketable, and effective ways to promote your services in the coming year.
To establish a high perceived value with clients (proving you’re a terrific--and safe--investment for them), here are five things your website can do to foster your client's trust.
Ever started a promising relationship with a new client only to discover they're a total pain? You might have Crappy Client Syndrome.
When it comes to success, mindset is everything. The problem is that a majority of us get mindset wrong.
Bottom line? Content marketers forgot about marketing.
With all the more meaningful objectives B2B content can achieve, going viral shouldn’t be one of them. Here’s why.
Entrepreneur contributor Craig Cincotta published a great article on the 5 realities of startup life. Interestingly, they apply to tech marketing pretty well, too.