Tag Archives Freelancer

At some stage in your freelancing business you’re probably going to have to let go of a client that is no longer working. In fact, don’t be surprised if this happens multiple times throughout your career. Now, I’ve covered the topic of firing clients before, but in that instance, it was for clients that are […]

Growing your Business at Events

When I started my blogging business back in 2010, there weren’t many in-person networking events filled with either prospective clients or people just like me. Fast forward a few years and now it seems like these kinds of events are popping up everywhere – from blogging conferences to freelancer co-working days. I also admit that […]

Writing awesome blog content has been what has helped me secure writing clients, company sponsorships, coaching clients and build an online following. Writing blog content is a major part of marketing and building your own brand online, and it’s something people really stress themselves out about. This is especially true for those who say things […]

In the world on online business you may notice that freelancers everywhere are starting a podcast for their freelance businesses. Heck, I started one last week! I get lots of questions in my inbox as to whether or not freelancers should start a podcast, and the answer really depends on whether or not it makes […]

It’s that time of year when people in the U.S. are scurrying to get their taxes done. If you’re a first-time freelancer, it’s likely that you’re just starting to learn about all the tax deductions available to you. Some tax deductions are pretty obvious, like business expenses. Other’s aren’t as obvious, like car mileage. Here […]

When most people think of the job perks of being a freelancer, they typically stick with flexibility, the ability to make more money and being your own boss. All of these are fantastic, but there are also several job perks of being a freelancer that have nothing to do with money, time or autonomy. Over […]

I recently had a major win in my own freelance business after landing a column with a major publication. It’s something I’d been working on behind the scenes for months and I was so excited when my first article for Inc.com finally went live last week. I get asked a lot of questions about how […]

Many people are afraid of freelancing, starting a business and putting themselves out there because it means they will have their work critiqued. People really do fear the opinion of others, especially when it’s creative work like writing or design. The reality is this is a part of the package. You will have your work […]

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