The Top Freelance Tools And Software For 2018

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Guest Post By Michelle Bordage With the Holidays approaching fast, and 2018 right around the corner, this is the perfect time for you to check-out not only for yourself, but all of your freelancing family and friends on your Holiday list! How, you ask? 2018 promises to be a BIG year in Freelancing and to keep up and be ready for anything, (because as you know, there can be a … Read more

Digging Out Of A Whole

digging out of a whole

Who is going to be the first person to correct the Title of this post that is long overdue? Have you missed me? No??? Well, I have missed you. Let me tell you why I titled today’s post the way I did. You see, I have been working at Digging My Life And My Freelance Business Out Of A Whole Yep, digging out of a whole bunch of feces… But … Read more

How To Grow Your Freelance Business

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Guest Post By Michelle Bordage There are so many Freelancing opportunities out there and you are part of this wonderful world. But lately, your Freelancing just isn’t busting at the seams; your business is staying at the same level as last week or even last month and you need some answers NOW on how to grow your Freelance Business. WHAT’S A FREELANCER TO DO? First and foremost, you must ask … Read more

The Client Conundrum: 6 Tips On Landing Great Freelance Clients

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I must say that I followed my dream and became a freelance writer. That dream was filled with some obstacles and I had to learn and grow from them. One of the learning experiences was landing clients. I called it the client conundrum For some time, I worked with content factories that would take a percentage of my earnings. I felt embarrassed to show someone a viral piece of content … Read more

The 7 Best Ways To Keep Freelance Clients Satisfied

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The key to repeat business in your freelance business is keeping clients satisfied. It is not always easy, but there are methods and means to do so. Without bragging too much, I do have several satisfied clients who seem to keep me filled with constant tasks. So, I am doing something right. I have taken a close look at why my clients are satisfied and I have decided to share … Read more

5 Errors That Could Destroy Your Freelance Business

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While everyone makes mistakes, there are some mistakes that can carry heavy consequences. As a long time freelance writer, I have made my share of errors but none that could not be fixed. But I have also witnessed freelance business owners “flush” their business down the drain by making mortal errors. In an effort to help freelance business owners, I am going to share 5 errors that could destroy your … Read more

The Freelancing Life & Life: How to Have Both

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Guest post by Michelle Bordage It’s 5 am, the alarm goes off, the new day begins. Whether you’re a Freelancing Accountant, Content Writer, or any Freelancing trade in between, that alarm states one truth…. time to get to work. After a quick cup of coffee and morning routine you’re ready. New day, new opportunities! ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, GO! Ringo Starr of The Beatles said it best when he … Read more

9 Tips To Attract Freelance Clients

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As a freelancer your ultimate goal is having clients and making money. I have had freelancers from all walks ask me how I attract clients. I must admit that it isn’t a subject that I dwell on because I have been busy working on the tasks I have been contracted for. But, I decided to look deep into the freelance client attraction subject in an effort to help my fellow … Read more

The Top 12 Niche Areas For Freelance Writers

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Guest Post By Michelle Bordage A Quick Summary of the Word Niche If you are a new or semi-new freelancer, you will hear the word “niche” thrown around quite a bit and you may ask yourself, “what exactly is a niche”? The definition of this word is simply put… a subject! For example: Dogs Music Books Windchimes These are all examples of niche’s, and a Freelance writer has the wonderful … Read more

10 Freelance Trends – 2017 to 2020

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I was feeling prophetic today. It seems little freelance fairies are dancing around my brain feeding it full of information. As the information fills my brain’s data banks, I hear a loud, booming voice in my head that says: Blog these 10 freelance trends from now to 2020 I thought to myself and said aloud “But I am busy doing freelance tasks for clients.” The voice said again, You would … Read more

7 Promotion Strategies & Tips For The Freelance Business Owner

How can you actively promote your freelance business without seeming like a spam artist, or an egotistical maniac? There are promotion strategies flying around everywhere. Of these tips and strategies are great, others are good and many are terrible. I am going to stick with the great and good freelance business owner promotion strategies. Do keep in mind that your first order of business should be Make sure you have … Read more

Website is a Must-Have Tool for Boosting Freelancing Business

Guest Post By Raghabendra Pradhan When you work as a freelancer, getting new clients is the challenge that you face in your early days. This is quite common with most freelancers because credibility in the initial stage of your career is questionable. Once you pass this testing phase, you can have a shy of relief, as getting new projects become comparatively easier for you. For a newcomer, a website can … Read more

6 Mindsets & Habits Of Successful Freelance Business Owners

There are a slew of freelancers who I would not call business owners. In their mind, they may consider that they are successful but they treat their freelancing like a hobby. Their mindsets & habits do not reflect success. In many ways, I do not like the term freelancer because it does carry negative connotations with some people. Fact of the matter is: a full-time freelancer is a business owner, … Read more

In The Beginning: Tips For The New Freelancer

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Guest Post By Michelle Bordage Becoming a new freelancer was a calling that I felt from deep within. I’m still learning as I go and will continue as I go on. When I began this journey (not that long ago) an amazingly seasoned freelancer took time from his busy day to show me some of the ropes, in return I told him I would do the same for someone else. … Read more

How To Write Superb Marketing Content: 7 Tips

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The majority of freelance writing gigs I perform are marketing content. The goal is to Have the reader give their contact information Entice the reader to click into an affiliate ad Or have the reader purchase something But you cannot use tactics that a door-to-door salesman, a telemarketer or one of those “wild-eyed” people standing in the center zone of the local mall use. No, excellent marketing content carries a … Read more

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