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Small Businesses Should Hire Freelancers

Posted in Business Tips on Mar 18, 2019

How can small business owners ensure that they have the talent they need to complete projects and tasks, without risking money and time in hiring and training new employees? Small business owners can stay in the black by hiring freelancers. Freelancers can provide the specialized talent you need to get things done.

Tasks that You Should Outsource to a Freelancer

Posted in Business Tips on Feb 15, 2019

When your business is a brand new start-up, hiring freelancers can really help you get off the ground without the burden of needing a large office space or having to pay monthly salaries. Here are several types of tasks you should hire a freelancer to do for you today.

How to become a Freelance Editor

Posted in Freelancing For Beginners, Business Tips on Jan 25, 2019

Do spelling mistakes, grammatical errors and poor punctuation jump out at you and ruin your reading experience? If written errors and bad writing style make you crazy you might make a great editor! If you have ever considered trying your hand as a freelance editor here are some of the steps you can take to get from just thinking about it to being a successful solopreneur.

Hiring Freelancers is Good for Business

Posted in Business Tips on Jan 18, 2019

With 59% of U.S. companies currently making use of remote workers and freelancers, you may have wondered if making use of freelancers would be good for your business. Here at Sagegroupy we think that freelancers are valuable assets and can be good for any business, here are the reasons why.

Start Your Year by Checking on your Business’s Health

Posted in Freelancing Tips, Business Tips on Jan 04, 2019

By spending a little time reviewing the overall health of your business you can assess whether or not your business is thriving or barely surviving. Here are a few things to think about at the beginning of the year.

Wrap-up your Year as a Freelancer

Posted in Freelancing Tips, Business Tips on Dec 24, 2018

The end-of-the-year is a good time to celebrate your success and learn from your failures. Here is a list of things to ask yourself and check-on to make sure your business is thriving as you wrap-up this year and prepare for the new year ahead.

Sending Holiday Greetings to Clients

Posted in Freelancing Tips, Business Tips on Dec 03, 2018

The holiday season is now upon us and you might be thinking of sending out some season’s greetings to clients and potential clients. They can be a great way to foster relationships with current clients, attract new clients, remind previous clients of your existence and show your gratitude to those who regularly support your business. We’ve made a list of a few Dos and Don’ts to keep in mind when sending holiday greetings:

Use Instagram Stories to Promote your Freelance Business

Posted in Freelancing Tips, Business Tips on Nov 19, 2018

Instagram stories have become an essential part of marketing on Instagram and they are a fantastic way for your followers and potential clients to get to know you. If you are a freelancer working in the creative industry, you don’t want to miss out on this fun and effective marketing method. Take a look at how to use Instagram stories to boost your business profile.

Email Marketing for Freelancers

Posted in Resources, Freelancing Tips, Business Tips on Oct 19, 2018

Email marketing may seem pretty old-school but it is still one of the most effective ways for small businesses to reach other small businesses, and it is a great way for freelancers to keep themselves fresh in the mind of potential clients. See what an email marketing strategy needs to make it successful.

Get and Keep Clients Onboard with these 5 Steps

Posted in Freelancing Tips, Business Tips on Sep 21, 2018

A solid onboard process and package can save you time and help you screen out projects that do not fit within your business parameters. Even though each project is unique, you can create a process that will give each of your clients the necessary information about working with you and enable you to gather important information from them. We've narrowed down the process of getting and keeping clients onboard to 5 easy steps that can be adapted for any freelance business.