Blogging is so popular nowadays that many people and businesses think they are perceived as “weird” if they don’t blog on regular basis. Truth is – blogging isn’t worth it if you have no idea why you do it or you don’t know how to make the most out of it. Here are a few tips for newbie bloggers just starting a blog:
Many have asked me about freelance job boards which offer variety of projects and not only writing gigs, designers’ and programmers opportunities. So I took some time to research and compile list of websites with freelance projects, suitable for all kind of professions (incl. writers, designers, programmers, translators, marketing consultants, virtual assistants, data entry personnel, and more).
Marketing planning IS important but this post isn’t about that. Now, I’d like to talk about having a plan, any kind of plan – and how it matters. Having a plan brings in structure. No more chasing your tail, no more…
The question I get the most from friends and readers is ‘how to become a freelancer’. I will give a lot of tips and practical info about that along the way but wanted to start with a quick outline of what the first and more important steps are.
Back in 2009 when the financial crisis hit my home country, too I had just returned from one of my work-and-live abroad journeys and I had to look for work. It was a time when employers were heavily abusing their employees in the sense of making highly qualified professionals work for very insufficient salaries. And this was not an option for me.