A proposal is designed to convince a client to hire you. It should be easy to read, persuasive and make it easy for the client to take the next steps. Here are some simple things you can do, from Aaron Beashel.
Archive | Freelancing
How to raise your rates and keep your clients from walking away
Freelancers and small business owners typically start out with with lower rates. But at some point, you’ve got to raise those prices. Some tips on how to do that without alienating your customer base, by Jessica Leone.
Independent work in a bilingual and multi-country context
Working abroad isn’t easy, but it’s incredibly rewarding. Here is how it worked out for me – and a bit of a cautionary tale if you are thinking of making the jump yourself. By Aude Konan.
Designing your home office for productivity
If you’re going to work from home, you better be sure you actually get the work done. Helen O’Keeffe from interiors company EZ Living shares some tips you might not have thought of, like lighting, scents and color that are geared for productivity.
Move over hustlers: the gig economy belongs to the dreamers
At best, the ‘Hustle or Die’ mentality is nothing short of unsustainable. The future of work depends on the dreamer to pave the path to a new way of doing things. By Destiny Hagest
Freelancing insights for the new workforce [infographic]
Invoice2Go tapped their active user base of 260,000 people from various industries to create an infographic covering the top insights for freelancers in the new workforce.
How to survive financial disaster as a freelancer
Working as a freelancer certainly has its perks, but financial security isn’t one of them. Here’s how to survive a crisis as a freelancer. By Ann Brown.
How much does a $100,000 website cost?
If it costs that much, you’re doing it wrong. Why companies that spend big still end up with inferior products, by Melissa Mesku.