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How to pick your freelancing niche

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A freelance niche refers to a small segment of the total market that buys freelance services. This can be defined as ...

What to do when you have no freelance work

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It’s normal to want to fill your schedule with paid client work. But when you’re just working for clients you’ll lose...

How to win freelance work without proposals

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Writing proposals has to be the most time consuming and least motivating part of freelance work. A lot of effort goes...

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8 red flags to avoid bad freelance clients

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A bad client can cost you more than just the time spent dealing with the hassle they create. There are greater risks ...

How to handle these 6 types of freelance clients

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There are so many client personalities it’s hard to generalise them into just a few. But here I’ve noted the most com...

Why advanced freelancers shouldn’t use Bidding websites (Like UpWork, Freelancer.com, PeoplePerHour)

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Freelance bidding websites attract a lot of freelance projects. They do this by encouraging competition and cheap pri...

Stand Out from the Crowd on Job Sites

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Job sites are a popular way for freelancers to find work, but a quick glance at any of them will show you just what a...

Why customer service should be a freelancers priority

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There are 2 main reasons I write so much about sales for freelancers. 1) Selling is depressing work for people who ma...

How a freelancer can provide exceptional customer service

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It’s clear that providing good customer service should be expected. But going beyond that can help your freelance bus...

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