When hiring freelancers for content writing projects, there are now many free or low-cost tools available to effectively hire, manage, and pay for their services. A startup or small business owner can look to online marketplaces to find freelance talent.
Once on board, they can use tools like:
- WordPress for blogging
- Basecamp and Smartsheet for project management
- Trello for project tracking
For both the small business owner and the content freelancer, Due was noted as a great tool for time tracking and online invoicing, including international currency and language functionality, links to payment processing options, and recurring invoices as well as a timer and dashboard that shows all staff, clients, and projects.
You can read the original Tools for Content Freelance Teams article here.
Having remote workers has its benefits and challenges. This article on the Due.com blog provides tips on how to stay connected and involved with clients and the business environment as a freelancer.