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Starting a business for $100 There is a lot of crap being sold on the internet to try and help you make money or claiming to make you rich overnight or start a business where you don’t need to put in any work. If you are one of the many many people who’ve been taken […]More
How can an already thinly stretched sole proprietor or freelancer find time for one more activity in their day? The obvious answer is to make time somewhere in your schedule. The reality to this answer is your spare time is already scarce. By adding a new task to your day, you may need to eliminate […]More
Quotes really have away of popping up at just the right time for me these days. Like this one. “A year from now you may wish you had started today” ~ Karen Lamb I was flipping through pages on the web and playing on Twitter when I was supposed to be researching an article. Like […]More
As a freelancer, you need to market yourself, but you also need to work to pay the bills. Depending on your area of expertise, you may get your fill of clients using social media and other web-based networking. If you have a product or service that needs to marketed locally or face to face, the […]More
Video is becoming more and more important by the day. I am not sure if it is because people dislike to read, or if video is easier to consume. The bottom line is, viral videos on your site is becoming a must have. You may have come across stats on the web talking bout how YouTube is likely the most popular […]More
I was reading Seth Godin’s blog the other day and saw a post that really slapped me across the face. It was titled The world’s worst boss. In the short but powerful article, he talks about how we are our own bosses. Not just for work, but we are in charge of our entire life.More
I have always wondered why the Android devices lacked total syncing with Google applications. I would have thought Blogger, Docs, Tasks and many other would have worked right out of the gate. Recently Google Docs was upgraded so it can be edited within a mobile browser. Right now there are only a few supported browsers. […]More
Google Docs is a great free option for a freelancer or small business. Using Google Docs will save on initial costs when you are first starting up, as well as allowing you sharing and collaboration features not readily available with other office suites. Over the life of this site, you have probably noticed I like […]More
The other day I was catching up on my RSS feeds. ( I am really behind on my reading. ) I read a post on Chris Brogan’s site about being helpful. The article laid out several good ways t be helpful. Number 2 on the list is: Refer jobs you can’t fulfill to others so […]More
Evernote is an amazing tool. There is no set way for you to use it, so a little imagination is needed. Evernote tips from others can help you find a way to let Evernote fill a spot in your freelance utility belt. If you are unfamiliar with Evernote, it can be best explained as an […]More