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Freelancers, Here’s How To Handle Rejection

When you’re a freelancer, rejection is part of the game. Here’s how to face it and use it to your benefit.

One Step To Grow Your Freelance Business

If you want to grow your freelance business, change your approach to getting clients.

Low-Paying Freelance Jobs, Should You Take Them?

Should I take low-paying freelance jobs? That’s a question people ask themselves all the time. And it’s a […]

What is a 1099 for Freelancers?

Wondering what a 1099-MISC is or what it means when prospective clients advertise 1099 contract positions?

How To Start Freelancing With No Samples

Here are five ways to start freelancing without published samples or a fat portfolio.

Why You Shouldn’t Work For Exposure

If you think working for free is an opportunity-builder, you’re mistaken.

Prepare Your Creative Business for Natural Disasters

Do you have a disaster plan for your freelance or creative business? Here are some tips to help.

8 Ways To Make Freelance Clients Happier

Use these tactics to keep your freelance clients happy.

Executives Reveal Top Challenges With Freelancers

Executives reveal the challenges of dealing with freelancers. And the #1 is not what you would expect.

This B.S. of Working in Pajamas

Touting the option to freelance in pajamas is ridiculous whether you’re a freelancer or someone trying to hire one.

The Weekly Wrap: Writing & Freelance News

Sexual harassment stats for freelancers. Best length for a blog. And more…

Questions Freelancers Should Think About

Is it normal for potential clients to ask for your availability or info about other clients?

7 Areas To Improve Freelancing In 2018

Here are seven areas that I plan to focus on to improve my freelance writing business in 2018.

How Carefully Do You Consider Payment Details?

Are you a stickler for the details in a payment agreement. I am. Here’s why.

Holiday Availability Is A Freelance Selling Point

Holiday availability could help you get more freelance jobs.