Yes! You read right! This is one topic no one really talks about and I’ve discovered from my experience that this is where it starts! Your first freelance job has a way of determining how it happens from there on; it has a way of shaping everything that follows – how you view Freelance, your … Continue reading YOUR FIRST FREELANCE JOB AND EXCITEMENT
Pricing/Charging a Client may be one of the trickiest things to do in Freelance if not properly planned. That is, in situations where a Freelancer is not on top of his/her game when it comes to placing a financial value on the job to be done, he/she could be taken advantage of by the Client. … Continue reading PRICING GUIDE FOR A FREELANCER
One of the unusual but sometimes experienced and encountered in the Freelance industry is the issue of certain clients struggling/resisting to pay for the services enjoyed. First, it is wisdom to establish that this ailment is not a Freelance ailment. This is an issue that bothers every industry, business and career and you begin to … Continue reading WHAT TO DO WHEN A CLIENT DOESN’T WANT TO PAY FOR YOUR SERVICES
One of the inexhaustible topic areas in Writing and Freelance is Inspiration and this is because it is what fuels Freelance/Writing like petrol to a car. More reason there is and always will be new angles to anything said or written about this topic because it is that topic that never goes away. There is … Continue reading FREELANCE INSPIRATIONS: ARE YOU EXPLORING ENOUGH?
Do you know that Contract is one of the easiest things to sign in Freelancing? But as much as that is true, it is that one document that some Freelancers don’t take their time to read through before appending their signature and this act is not only very wrong, it can be pretty risky. Nobody … Continue reading Before You Sign that Contract. . .
It is very true to say that a good number of Freelance Writers are into Blogging and also, a high percentage of these good numbers are Part-time Freelancers. So, is that a bad thing? No! What then is Part-time Freelancing? Part-time Freelancing is the opposite of Full-time Freelancing. It means having a 9 – 5 … Continue reading Blogging and Freelancing as a Part-time Freelancer
Yes! You read right! There is an Employer-Freelancer code or should I just say there really should be an Employer-Freelancer code? Because in my mind, I like to believe there is one and just because it is invincible doesn’t mean it’s not existing. What is an Employer-Freelancer Code? An Employer-Freelancer Code is simply that piece … Continue reading The Employer-Freelancer Code
Dealing with a familiar platform can be a challenging thing to do in Freelancing because it tends to lead to what can be referred to as a breach of professionalism. What is a familiar platform? A platform is familiar when the founder/curator of the platform is known to you either as a friend, acquaintance or … Continue reading Dear Writer: When the Platform is Familiar. . .
Freelancing as a Website/Blog Content Writer is one of the commonest freelancing jobs that come handy in the Freelancesphere and as much as this is true, it is one kind of Freelancing that is hinged on a proper definition. That is, if it’s not properly and well-defined, it can lead to misconceptions on both parties … Continue reading BEFORE YOU START THAT WEBSITE/BLOG FREELANCE JOB. . .
One of the key decisions to make in Freelancing is deciding whether to go full time or part time but often times I have discovered that many Freelancers really do not plan towards that effect. What do I mean? What I’m trying to say is that many Freelancers don’t think it’s really a decision that … Continue reading MAKING A DECISION: Factors to Consider When Deciding to go Full Time or Part Time In Freelancing