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Freelancers should follow changes in the job maket. Here’s a good reason why.
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If you’re building a business, you’re probably going to want input and feedback. But you need to be careful who you talk to.
You have a job. You have a creative gig. And your boss doesn’t like it. He’s why she seems so pissed.
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A client is offering you enough work to keep you busy full-time. Should you do it?
Writing better isn’t always about what you learn to do. Sometimes you need to learn what NOT to do. Here are 5 tips for better articles and blog posts.
People who say they want to be bloggers, YouTubers or Instagram influencers often overlook these things. And that’s why they quit.
Minimum wage is set for employees but it’s very relevant to your freelance business. Here’s why and how you should use it.
One way to improve your writing and serve your audience better is to focus on how you’re writing introductions.