Taylor K. Gordon is a personal finance writer and founder of Tay Talks Money, a personal finance and productivity blog on hacking your way to a happier savings account. Taylor has contributed to MagnifyMoney, The Huffington Post, GoGirl Finance, Madame Noire, and The Write Life.

branding

It’s not uncommon for freelancers to work diligently from project to project. Lining up work consistently is how we earn the real money. However, working so hard for our clients can mean we’re neglecting our own business. Building a brand is what can lead to longevity and increased income. I hear quite often from my […]

Hiring freelancers is one of the ways I’m able to stay productive in my business. I recognize that I’m not an expert on all things. I have a designer designing a book I’m publishing, an editor editing the contents of my book, and a virtual assistant who handles social media and other business tasks. As […]

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The internet is a blessing and a curse. We have access to unlimited information and we can connect with millions of people on a daily basis. The internet has made it possible for us to share ideas and start businesses from scratch with limited capital. There’s also the less positive side of the internet. You’ve […]

Ask for Feedback, Suggestions, or Testimonials

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been working on self-publishing my first book in print. I worked on bits and pieces of the book over the last few years, but put off the final touches because I couldn’t find the time. Now that we’re coming up on the end of the year, I got a […]

hard work seo

You’ve probably heard that using certain keywords is important when you create content for your site. What’s the big deal? Search engines use keywords to help people find your website. Readers type in phrases or keywords and the engine populates various sites that could be relevant for them to view. The purpose of researching and […]

online blogging

A blog is a marketing tool that can help you sell products. If you’re a freelancer, a blog is a way to showcase your skills to potential clients. If you sell a physical or informational product, a blog is a way to familiarize people with your business so they feel comfortable forking over cash. Do […]

Time Tracking with Due

Whether or not to charge per hour for freelance services is a hotly debated topic in the freelance community. I lean towards charging a flat fee instead of hourly per assignment because of how I work creatively. I don’t sit down to do a task all at once. Instead, I brainstorm, write, research, edit, and […]

remote work

Summer is nearly over, and my favorite time of year is right around the corner. The warm months can be a bit slower for business with vacations and holidays. The fall months are when I double down on what’s working and make a final sprint to the finish line for the year. Here are a […]

cash to credit card flow

Debt is one of those silent trolls that can creep up and terrorize your business. Debt isn’t all bad, but using debt to grow your business can get out of control if you’re not careful. Having debt can put a strain on your business and debt on a credit card specifically can be costly. Up […]

my schedule

Freelancers wear many hats. We’re salespeople, bookkeepers, and consultants all rolled into one. We also juggle multiple freelance projects at any given time to keep the income flowing. Managing administrative duties while serving clients can be a logistical nightmare if you’re not organized. I had a rude awakening recently because I didn’t have the appropriate […]

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