Category: Freelancing


How to Avoid Being a Lazy Freelance Copywriter

Oops, it’s nearly lunchtime and you have barely started writing yet… you have spent the entire morning checking email, surfing the web, watching funny videos and staring into space. It was fun to be lazy for a while, but now...

/ May 2, 2012

8 Tips for Web Designers Who Bid on Freelancing Sites

More and more B2B (business to business) transactions are currently moving to the web, so it is no surprise that web designers have seen this as their traditional source of business since the beginning. Except for the largest of companies,...

/ April 23, 2012

Easy Ways to Work Freelance Writing into Your Daily Routine

When you have a job and a family, it can often feel like there’s little time for anything else. You may be in the habit of putting your own wants and needs behind everyone else’s. Freelance writing may be a...

/ April 13, 2012

Tips for Writing Productivity – The Star Freelancer Guide

Productivity is extremely important to a writer, especially if they are responsible for producing a certain amount of content per day. Like other professions, writers can also go through a funk. The creativity isn’t there, the desire isn’t there, and...

/ March 20, 2012

How to Prevent a Web Design Shelf Life

The main thing I try my best to do, but nearly always struggle to do, is make my websites have longevity so that say in a year or two they don’t look out of date and well a bit pants. ...

/ March 19, 2012
Productive When Using Your Laptop

10 Ways to Be More Productive When Using Your Laptop

Are you a student who’s currently trying to get motivated to do better in your classes? When I was a student, I spent more time in front of my desktop than anywhere else. That is, until I got my laptop....

/ March 7, 2012
Retro Flip Clock

8 Ways To Manage Your Time Efficiently In The Workplace

It seems that being “Time Poor” is an almost universal condition among the modern workforce. The pressure of increased productivity and its demands upon our time has resulted in some people thriving and meeting this challenge head-on, whereas others do...

/ February 20, 2012

Keeping Clients Happy

The right software along with the right practices can be just what you need to achieve success in both design and customer service. Every designer knows that clients can be hard to deal with, but few are willing to admit...

/ February 3, 2012
Meeting a Potential Client

10 Advices When Meeting a Potential Client

When you first begin your freelancing career you might underestimate the aspects of the job. Going from employee to working for yourself will force you to restructure your focus. When you become a freelancer, you become an identify of yourself...

/ January 9, 2012

The Case for Blogging: Getting Started as a Freelancer

Believe it or not, not everyone is a fan of blogging. In fact, some people actually think that blogging can be a detriment to your credibility, or a blemish on an otherwise impressive record.  Needless to say, these people wouldn’t...

/ January 6, 2012