Posted in Freelancing Tips on Aug 05, 2019
If your life is steering you out of the traditional workforce for now, or if you have been out of the workforce for a while, this post will show you how freelancing can help you stay in the game and keep your career on track.
Social Media isn’t just a time-sucking way to stave off boredom, the various types of social media platforms can be useful tools for freelancers. Solopreneurs can use social media as free marketing to get their name out into the world and to connect with potential clients. However, in order to use it effectively, freelancers need to follow some basic rules and play an active role for social media to be useful.
Posted in Freelancing For Beginners on Apr 26, 2019
A good content writer should be creative enough to generate new and exciting content on a regular basis, with an eye for detail so that their work error-free and easy to read. If you think that you have what it takes, here are some steps you can take to becoming a freelance content writer.
Posted in Freelancing Tips on Mar 04, 2019
Traditional jobs are great for when you can work traditional hours and don't need flexibility or a lot of accommodations. However, what happens when you can’t be part of the traditional workforce? Freelancing is great for people who need flexibility in their lives but want and need to stay in the workforce.
Posted in Freelancing For Beginners on Jan 11, 2019
If you’ve been thinking of making the transition from the traditional work world into the world of freelancing in 2019, take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly of freelancing to see if it is right for you.
Not everyone thrives in the office environment and more people are turning away from traditional work structures and choosing to become independent workers. In our last post we looked at the rise of the solopreneur, how they differ from other types of independent workers and how they contribute to the workforce. In this post the benefits and potential pitfalls that solopreneurs might encounter will be examined.
In the UK, 80% of new freelancers will be female, and in the United States, 53% of freelancers are female. That’s significant but not really that surprising. Freelancing offers a lifestyle that works really well with women.