In this podcast, I share with you five areas that freelance clients apply carrot and stick policy to exploit freelancers excellence. Stay tuned.
As freelancers and entrepreneurs, we find ourselves in situations where there is a need to subcontract work due to growing demand. It's not that we lack the skills to do the work, but its because we have a lot at hand and need help from other Freelancers.
After a complete video review of close to 15 Premium VPN's with the leading having 10 Million+ users and others averaging at 1 Million+ users, the question that I have always asked myself during the review process is; do I really need a VPN as a Freelancer living in Africa on a day to day basis?
Overnight successes don't last so you should avoid at all cost the temptations to fall into it.
This blog-post is written for people who are interested in building a long lasting reputation online. Before you read further, I am assuming that you have considered the following things before launching your business online.
If there is one great advise any seasoned Freelancer will ever give you- is that there is a pattern in the Freelancing business. There is the low season and there is the high season. Both seasons may occur 2-3 times a year based on the category of service you are offering. Low seasons is that month in the year where you record low sales while high season is the one that you record high sales.
In this blog post, I share with you 4 types of Freelancing job offers you need to think twice before accepting.
Like the Lord's prayer '...lead us not into temptations, but deliver us from evil..' the following temptations that comes along…
Is artificial Intelligence(AI) simplifying your Freelancing business or are you scared that it will replace skills? You don't have to be scared at all. Instead, you have to embrace it and look at different of using it to grow your business.
Most people don't take subtitles seriously when working on a videos intended for publishing on Youtube. But did you know…