If you want to be horribly good at your marketing, don’t be gimmicky or worry about the next big thing. Just focus on three things.
I was recently inspired by a course instructor who has made USD$203,000 from his online courses.
If like the vast majority of us, you don’t have thousands of advertising dollars at your disposal, how and where can you find new clients?
I’m not so sure productivity is such a big thing. If everything you do is aligned to your core values, surely everything you do is worth doing.
You’ve know that blogging for business is a vital part of your online marketing strategy, yet you hold back from doing so. Why?
As a creative freelancer, you know a defined niche helps you stand out from the crow, but why is it so difficult to define and use to attract clients?
You have a set fee for a project, and your client asks “Is there a chance you could lower it a bit? When you’re faced with such a scenario, should you reduce your fees?
Are you just starting out on your freelance career? Here are some tips on how to have a bounteous one.
It’s not surprising that a VA business is still a popular choice for anyone wanting to work flexibly around their lifestyle, while taking advantage of their skill set.
“I know I need to do more research before I start my business, but I find it confusing, long winded and boring. Where do I start and how do I know if I’m doing it properly?”