Written by Linda Forshaw
The majority of creative professionals and freelancers will have their own website to showcase their creations and capabilities. They might even have gone so far as to set up a blog. In order to use either of those things to their full potential, it’s necessary for a freelancer to wear a number of different hats – writer, webmaster, analyst. Nothing new about that, huh? Here’s our top tips for creating engaging web content that will keep your customers coming back for more.
In our quest to bring you news of relevant products and services for freelancers, we thought we’d let you know Rockable Press have just released a new book called The Freelance Business Funnel.
Written by Ken Myers
Freelance work is commonplace on the Internet and in real life. For the most part, a freelancer is cheaper than hiring a company to do the work you need done. In many cases, the freelancer’s work can be superior to that of a company performing the same task. Motivations are different between the freelancer and the company who assigns employees to your task.
Motivations aside, many of these individuals can perform the same tasks for a fraction of the cost with possibly greater results.
There are several key aspects that everyone looks for in a freelancer. Continue reading
Written by Kevin Ball
IR35 is UK legislation that defines a person’s employment status and can distinguish whether someone is an independent contractor or an employee. Knowledge of this legislation is very important for contractors, the self-employed and freelancers because it can determine how much tax they pay.
Written by Amy Patrix
Working as a freelancer ensures that you are your own boss. You can work on your own terms and at your own will. Being successful is also very essential at the same time. Here are some quick tricks that will gift you with a successful freelancing career.