That’s right – there is such thing as English language barrier for freelancers. But I think it’s pretty much misunderstood… Let me elaborate. I often get in my mailbox the question if a freelancer needs excellent English in order to succeed. Truth is, like many other things in life, there isn’t a right and wrong answer to this question. For example:
Time management is a huge problem for many nowadays so I decided to share some tips why use Google calendar for staying organized – while on the job, and not only. First thing first – let’s set up the Google calendar.
Internet and the world in general are changing every day; so is social media. More importantly, it gives endless opportunities for marketing one’s business. For that reason, it’s of crucial importance for freelancers to start leveraging these opportunities early – in the beginning of their freelance careers, while they still have time. Here are a few quick and easy tips to get started.
Every beginning is hard. Like every other business, starting as a freelancer also requires time, efforts and somewhat investment. A wanna-be freelancer hardly ever has extra money and budget and usually nobody knows about them. For these two reasons, we should take advantage of all free channels of advertising for freelancers. Here are a few to get started.
Last week my post about LinkedIn connection message proved useful to most, if not all of you, so today I decided to blog about another feature on the same social network – LinkedIn endorsement. It too can get annoying sometimes… here’s why and how to make the most out of it.