Tag Archive | "Efficiency"

How to Deal With Multiple Client Projects

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

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How to Deal With Multiple Client Projects

You’ve just completed a full-blown marketing campaign last week, and now the results are starting to show. You’ve got 10 clients waiting for you to do some work for them, but you just don’t know how you’ll cope. Well, for one, let me establish first that quite simply, the more effective you are with the [...]

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Fantastic 4: Great Alternative Workplaces

Saturday, September 26, 2009

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Fantastic 4: Great Alternative Workplaces

Do you work from home? Many freelancers do and despite its advantages, there are disadvantages. A new atmosphere may help your creative juices to flow and help you to network outside that box office room of yours. Below I have mentioned four potential alternative places of work. So break away from the mouldy chair you’ve [...]

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3 Reasons Why YOU Should NOT Become a Freelancer

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

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3 Reasons Why YOU Should NOT Become a Freelancer

There are certain traits required of a freelancer for him or her to become successful at what they do, and let me be the first to tell you, freelancing is not easy. Yes, ultimately you’ll end up with more freedom and spare time on your hands, but until you’ve mastered the art of efficiency and [...]

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101 Helpful Tips and Tricks for Freelancers

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

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101 Helpful Tips and Tricks for Freelancers

As a freelancer, you are in total control of what you do with your time, who you work for, how you work, and when you work. You control all aspects of marketing, and servicing your clients. That is why it is the ultimate goal of a freelancer to reach a state where their work flow [...]

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Outsourcing: The Path to Efficiency and Greater Income

Sunday, August 23, 2009

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Outsourcing: The Path to Efficiency and Greater Income

It’s quite common for a potential client to approach you asking for a service that you may not offer, or an extension of your service which you don’t offer. For example, if a person requests you design a website for them, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to be doing the (x)HTML/CSS for it or [...]

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Balancing Work and Play

Monday, July 27, 2009

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Balancing Work and Play

One of the main reasons you probably decided to become a freelancer was the idea of having more free time on your hands which you could spend with things that mattered to you more, like family. Sometimes though, you can get a bit carried away with your freelance career, and end up designating more time [...]

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5 Tips To Transform Your Workspace

Thursday, July 9, 2009

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5 Tips To Transform Your Workspace

The workspace. The one place we spend hours upon hours doing our daily freelance work. I admit that it can be a very dreary experience when working in an environment that does not please the senses, especially if your work entails producing creative writing, or stunning designs. It can be a real drag on inspiration, [...]

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