Even though I’d followed the tried-and-true freelancing advice, I felt woefully under-prepared for what was to come.
To avoid making the same mistakes I did, here’s what you should do to set up your freelance business while you’re still employed…
Welcome to the gig economy. The realities of the way we do business today often make it more profitable for companies solve problems with project-based, contract work. As a result, opportunities for freelancers have grown significantly. But it takes a certain kind of person to succeed as a freelancer. It’s not right for everyone. A quick look into the freelance mind could help you determine if freelance work is right for you.
Anyone who seeking freelance jobs knows that being able to find consistent, quality work is pretty darn essential to, you know, not having to pull a Fantine from Les Mis. But finding freelance jobs can be hard, which is why good resources are always needed.
Luckily, now freelancers can find work because of a because of the many gig websites available…
Considering working from home but don’t know where to start? Today, we’ll be answering some of the most common questions posed by remote work newbies.
Through the answers, see if this kind of work environment might give you the work-life you’ve always wanted.
How do you stand out while growing your business? HireOwl’s John Lidington shares some advice on getting ahead freelancing.
Whether you gain experience while still in college, or set out on a post-graduate freelance career, it’s important to know the freelancer success factors so you know how well you’re doing.
Key performance indicators—or KPIs—are the data points you measure to uncover just that. But if you’re working for yourself, how do you know where to begin?