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New Facebook Freelancing Platform In The Works (Podcast)

A Facebook freelancing platform is in the works to help freelance writers, journalists, and content creators make money.

Dubai Aiming to Become Creative Capital by 2025

Dubai has outlined a plan to become the world’s creative capital. Would you consider being part of it?

Photographer Tommy Machowicz Suing Phoenix Police

Phoenix police reportedly shot freelance photographer Tommy Machowicz with rubber bullets. Now, he’s suing.

Federal Funds Available For Freelancers & Creatives (Podcast)

Don’t waste time. There are more federal funds available for freelancers and creatives through new versions PPP and EIDL advances.

IRS Extended The 2020 Tax Deadline: What Freelancers Need To Know

The IRS extended the 2020 tax deadline. Here’s what you need to know…

Freelancing: 10 Things You Need To Know (Podcast)

Don’t look back and wish some told you. Listen to this podcast with freelancing tips and advice to make your journey smoother.

The Alaska Landmine Lawsuit: Small Media vs. Alaska Governor

The Alaska Landmine lawsuit involves a website owner who sued Alaska’s governor for access to press conferences. The case ended with a favorable settlement. See why Jeff Landfield sued and terms of the agreement.

Molly-Mae Hague’s Instagram Giveaway Violated Rules, Say Regulators

Molly-Mae Hague’s Instagram giveaway was reported to advertising authorities, and they determined it violated the CAP Code. Here’s why…

The Khashoggi Ban: What It Means For Journalists

The US rolled out the Khashoggi Ban in response to the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Here’s what it means for journalists and who’s covered.

Facebook’s News Ban In Australia: Who’s Winning?

Facebook banned news on its platform for Australian users. Find out what happened, who’s winning in the battle to pay publishers, and what’s in the next chapter.

13 Tips On Regulations for Influencers

Here are things you should know about the U.S. regulations for influencers.

Chuck Schumer: Do Freelancers Have An Ally In Congress? (Podcast)

Fresh in his post as senate majority leader, Chuck Schumer vows he’ll fight for freelancers to the end. Should we believe it?

Chuck Schumer Vows To Fight For Freelancers

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer vows to fight for freelancers. But do we REALLY have a powerful ally in Congress? Let’s check the record.

Social Media & Sharecropping: Using People For Profit

Social media and sharecropping pull plays from the same playbook. Explore how both business models were designed to profit from other people’s labor, and how to keep your business on track.

Freelancers Share Their Top Freelance Lessons

Here’s advice from active freelancers so hopefully you don’t have to learn these freelance lessons the hard way.