Archive for the ‘Freelance’ Category

Goodbye Stress: Four Effective Work Strategies

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You know the problem: tons of things want you to get them done, and your schedule is already full to bursting. You’d like to introduce 72-hour days, as that would finally give you enough time for all projects. But days only have 24 hours. Keep co...

E-Learning: How to Expand Your Knowledge Independently

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Every vocational field is undergoing constant change. Especially technological evolution and digital trends often cause significant changes. If you want to stay up to date while keeping up your daily stint, there are several different e-learning offers...

How to Free Yourself From Creative Block

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Every creative worker knows blocks. In the worst case, the creative block, you won’t get anything done at all. But what happens when a block basically focuses on a single area? Designer Ben Evans portrays his case of UX-burnout. It was a time ful...

6 Essential Questions on the Way to Your Website

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Eager to create your first website? Are you sure that you need one? If your answer is yes, don’t spontaneously go with WebCheap Supplier Ltd. with a full hosting for 0.99 bucks a month, but instead, read the following article first. What do You W...

eCommerce: How to Become a Part-Time Freelancer on the Cheap

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Every human has at least one talent that they enjoy. For most of them, it is only natural to turn this talent into a hobby. Some people, however, manage to reconcile career and talent, but these cases are rare – especially if the talent is discov...

Survival Strategies for Small Agencies

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Small agencies are jacks of all trades, but masters of none. Usually, there is no specialization, because it’s just not worth it. Are these statements even true, and if they are, how do these generalists survive? The question of survival as a sm...

Client Email Helper

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For all you freelancers out there, Jessica Hische has written some copy to help you articulate saying no to things you should be saying no to. I’ve created this handy tool to help you say “no” to free and low-budget work and to help ask for more ...