Plagiarism is usually associated with pirated movies, music, software, and in the context of freelance – copyrighted content such as written text, design, code, images, and more. I’d like to draw your attention to another type of freelancer-plagiarist though. Read on.
As all things in life, your freelance business is also apt to turbulence once in a while. Many freelancers report business gets slow in summer months. And since summer is just around the corner, I decided to remind you – do not panic if you end up having less work these coming months. Here are 4 tips to make the most of the situation when business is slow.
To be honest, I cannot answer this question with an exact number because although a cliché, sky is the limit when working as a freelancer.
I see in my Google Analytics a lot of people find me through asking questions like “how much does a graphic designer make”, or “how much a freelance marketing consultant makes”, and alike. It all depends on the freelancer and how he or she positions themselves on the market.
In this post I will try to explain how to make as much money as you want working as a freelancer.
Due to the rising number of quick call requests I get from prospective customers, I decided to dedicate a blog post on the topic. It appears I really need to convey the message that we, freelancers, are not just sitting around waiting for someone to ask us to talk on Skype, with no preliminary information whatsoever.
Not so long ago I published a blog post how to write a freelance job post to attract suitable candidates. Today, I will build on that post and talk some more about freelance recruitment and how to choose the right for your needs candidate.