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Why You Should Try to Be a Little More Scarce

Conventional wisdom tells us we should eagerly embrace every opportunity that comes our way, but playing a little hard to get has its advantages.
Tags: Freelancing, News, Labor and Jobs, Self-Employment and Independent Contracting


How to Level Up Your Freelance Income This Year

If you want to earn more money as a freelancer, here are the steps I suggest you take.Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Money, Writing, Income, Lifehacks, Negotiation, Freelance Writing


Make More Money as a Freelancer by Turning Down Work

In-demand freelancers: if you let your clients know you’re fully booked, you might end up earning more money.Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Writing, Burnout, Time Management, Lifehacks, Freelance


A Day in the Life of a Busy Freelance Writer

Every day as a busy freelance writer is different. Some days I’m swamped with projects while others I’m busy tracking down editors or networking with potential clients. This break from the structured nine-to-five office routine is what attracts others to the freelance life. If you’re interested in learning more about a career as a freelance […] The post A Day in the Life of a Busy Freelance Writer appeared first on WTD.
Tags: Freelancing, Non-fiction, Freelance


How I Increased My Net Worth by $27,000 in Six Months

According to You Need a Budget (YNAB), my total net worth is currently $108,940.66.Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Personal Finance, Savings, Budgeting, Income, Lifehacks, Financial Independence, Net Worth, Budget YNAB


Uber Drivers Are Contractors, Not Employees, Labor Board Says

The National Labor Relations Board’s position is a setback for drivers who had hoped to join forces to push for better pay and working conditions.
Tags: Freelancing, News, National Labor Relations Board, Collective Bargaining, Trump, Uber Technologies Inc, Lyft Inc, Car Services and Livery Cabs, Regulation and Deregulation of Industry, Wages and Salaries, Donald J, Labor and Jobs, Self-Employment and Independent Contracting, Postmates Inc


Effective Content Marketing: 8 Ways to Get Your Content Noticed

Do you know what it takes for a business to succeed in today’s market place? Is it repeated advertisements telling customers to buy your products? Definitely not! The market today is very different than it was years ago. With that, it’s time you put yourself in your customer’s shoes and think about the number of ads you see every day. How many of these ads do you actually pay attention to? To be more accurate, how frustrated do you feel when you see the same ads pushing you to buy something? Att...
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Four important questions for any freelancer

When I talk to freelancers about how their businesses are going (what’s going well and what needs to change), I often ask the same four questions: Do you have enough work in general? Are you earning enough money? Do you enjoy your work? Are you working too hard for the amount that you’re earning? As a freelancer, it’s easy to get into “what’s not right” mode–because most of us are high-achieving perfectionists, to one degree or another. It’s also easy to get into “amorphous panic” mode, where ...
Tags: Freelancing, Linguistics




Should You Tell the World How Much Money You Make?

Experts say employees should discuss salaries to ensure fair pay. The tricky part is being the first to bring the topic up.
Tags: Freelancing, News, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Wages and Salaries, Labor and Jobs, Self-Employment and Independent Contracting


How to Survive a Freelance Dry Spell

If you aren’t getting as much freelance work as you used to, it’s time to start pitching again.Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Personal Finance, Budgeting, Time Management, Lifehacks, Freelance Writing, Freelance Work


How To Decrease Bounce By 50% Utilizing Interactive Content

What is the sole purpose of creating a website over the internet? Obviously, it is to gain traffic which converts. If half of the traffic coming in will bounce away, how can you expect to earn from the efforts you are putting in? This is the reason why I’m writing this article. I want to educate you about how interactive and quality content can help cut down your bounce rate by 50%. People grow their blogs in two different styles: To gain themselves traffic Or to gain themselves qualified traff...
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Uber Drivers’ Day of Strikes Has Muted Start Before Company’s Big I.P.O.

Drivers for the ride-hailing company in Australia and Britain began a series of planned work stoppages to protest ride-hailing companies’ wages and work conditions of ride-hailing services.
Tags: Freelancing, News, Australia, Britain, Strikes, Uber Technologies Inc, Stocks and Bonds, Car Services and Livery Cabs, Initial Public Offerings, Mobile Applications, Labor and Jobs, Self-Employment and Independent Contracting


Lyft’s First Results After I.P.O. Show $1.14 Billion Quarterly Loss

The ride-hailing company’s revenue nearly doubled for the quarter, while its loss was driven by a hefty charge for its stock-based compensation plan.
Tags: Freelancing, News, Australia, Green, United States, Great Britain, Logan, Uber Technologies Inc, Lyft Inc, Company Reports, Stocks and Bonds, Car Services and Livery Cabs, Initial Public Offerings, Mobile Applications, Stock Options and Purchase Plans, San Francisco (Calif


What to Consider About Working With International Clients When You're Freelancing

If you’re a U.S.-based freelancer, working with international clients can be a good way to expand your portfolio and earn extra money—but it can also come with some unexpected costs.Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Taxes, International, Remote Work, Lifehacks


10 Design Rules You Should Never Forget in 2019

Graphic design is a creative and fulfilling profession that can earn you lots of career opportunities if you work hard and smart. According to the PayScale report, the average salary of a graphic designer is $43 thousand per year, while the most successful professionals earn more than $60 thousand annually. But if you want to become a proficient designer, you have to understand the fundamental principles in this field of work. There are all sorts of tactics and features to pay attention to as a ...
Tags: Career, Freelancing, Lifehacks, Whitespace, Payscale, James Gardner, Whitespace Whitespace


Labor Dept. Says Workers at a Gig Company Are Contractors

The department exempted an unnamed operation from pay and benefit standards applied to employees, marking a shift from the Obama administration view.
Tags: Freelancing, News, Small Business, Obama, Uber Technologies Inc, Lyft Inc, Car Services and Livery Cabs, Wages and Salaries, Labor and Jobs, Labor Department (US, Self-Employment and Independent Contracting, Labor Dept Says Workers, Gig Company Are Contractors


5 Top Ways to Boost Your Productivity as a Freelancer

Productivity is the key to launching a successful freelancing career. Being able to work through tasks efficiently, take on new projects, all while balancing life and free time are essential… Read more » The post 5 Top Ways to Boost Your Productivity as a Freelancer appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Productivity, Freelancing, Business, Tips, Boosting Productivity


Freelance Financing: How to Budget When You’re on a Variable Income

Freelance work can be extremely generous, or you could be starved for work for a couple of months. That's why it's important to plan ahead and create a cash cushion that you can dip into in difficult months.
Tags: Freelancing, Jobs, Freelance, Discover Career Opportunities


The Creative Differences Between an Office and a Coworking Space

This article was contributed by Kim Burmester, the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for ATLAS Workbase, a coworking and shared office space in Seattle. — Do you ever feel like those cubicle walls surrounding you are more than just a physical barrier? Do you ever think that if you were to get rid of them you’d feel a lot more free? Those walls act as much more than just separation from you and your coworkers, they can be mental blockers as well. I can speak from personal experience when I say ...
Tags: Freelancing, Design, California, Office, Seattle, Hemingway, Guest Articles, Guest Article, Hawthorne, Kim Burmester, Creative Differences Between an Office, Co Working Spaces Spark Energy


Creative Differences of Coworking Spaces vs Traditional Offices

This article was contributed by Kim Burmester, the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for ATLAS Workbase, a coworking and shared office space in Seattle. — Do you ever feel like those cubicle walls surrounding you are more than just a physical barrier? Do you ever think that if you were to get rid of them you’d feel a lot more free? Those walls act as much more than just separation from you and your coworkers, they can be mental blockers as well. I can speak from personal experience when I say ...
Tags: Freelancing, Design, California, Article, Creativity, Seattle, Guest, Hemingway, Guest Articles, Hawthorne, Kim Burmester, Co Working Spaces Spark Energy


Shorter Projects Are Often Better for Freelancers Than Longer Ones

Freelance writers: would you rather write three 500-word pieces for $150 each or one 1,500-word piece for $900?Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Money, Writing, Lifehacks, Side Hustle


He Has Driven for Uber Since 2012. He Makes About $40,000 a Year.

Peter Ashlock has completed 25,000 trips for Uber. As insiders cash in with what may be a $100 billion public offering, he’s on the road to nowhere.
Tags: Freelancing, News, Automobiles, Kalanick, Uber Technologies Inc, Travis, Stocks and Bonds, Car Services and Livery Cabs, Initial Public Offerings, Mobile Applications, Labor and Jobs, Taxicabs and Taxicab Drivers, Self-Employment and Independent Contracting, Peter Ashlock


Before You Do Your Taxes, Understand the Difference Between a Hobby and a Side Hustle

How much is your side hustle currently bringing in? How much do you think it’ll earn this year, based on your first-quarter revenue?Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Taxes, Lifehacks, Irs, Hobby, Side Hustle


How to Predict Annual Earnings From a Freelance Gig or Side Hustle

Freelancers and side hustlers: how much money do you want to make this year?Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Money, Income, Lifehacks, Freelance Writing, Side Hustles


Everything You Need To Know About Coupon Codes

Couponing has been around for decades now. Today, we have online coupons that can be used for virtually everything. Most people associate coupons with groceries or clothing but do you know you can even get web hosting coupons? Budding businesses can use coupons to get discounts on domain and website hosting plans. However, not many are aware of this. One good reason is that no one really talks about it as often as they do when getting discounts on apparel and shoes. If you are curious, here is e...
Tags: Freelancing, Business, Godaddy, Lifehacks


Last-Minute Tax Tips for Freelancers

This isn’t going to be the typical “last-minute tax tips” post. I’m not going to advise you to try to remember any business expenses you forgot about, or remind you that filing electronically could get you a faster refund. Instead, I’ve got two huge pieces of advice for freelancers and solopreneurs filing 2018…Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Taxes, Tax Time, Lifehacks, Cpa, Retirement Savings


Startup SEO: 5 Tips to Get More Organic Traffic

Many startup businesses believe that SEO is both time-consuming and too inefficient to provide traffic fast — but this is simply wrong! Search engine optimization can quickly turn around traffic to your site and provide a huge number of benefits, including free leads and garnering trust and credibility within your niche. Here are 5 tips on how to get more organic traffic: Crawl your website and gain insights into your technical SEO level Using an audit tool to gain more information on the tech...
Tags: Freelancing, Seo, Cta, Development, Google Analytics, Lifehacks


How do you work full-time while you homeschool full-time?

Parental Advisory: Earning all the money and taking care of the kids by yourself at the same time is hell. And only crazy people do it. Really. Less than 1% of white college-educated women raise kids alone. That statistic makes sense to me. Because 2% of white college-educated women get divorced. All these statistics come from the Bureau of Labor. Most of the women in this demographic get remarried. I am convinced that the women who do not remarry and actually do the whole child-rearing thing a...
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Top Ways to Make Money While Studying Abroad

Studying abroad is one of the most rewarding experiences for any college student. After all, it is a great opportunity to study in a different academic environment while exploring a new culture. However, studying abroad comes with some challenges. And the biggest one of them is to manage your funds. In fact, what many students usually worry about when studying abroad is their budget. As they are away from home, they have to take care of every expense on their own — from tuition fee, accommodatio...
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