Freelancers face a lot of challenges in their day-to-day lives. How do we know what our community on freelancermap.com finds difficult? It’s simple, we asked you!
It’s often better to be a master of one trade than jack of all. In freelancing, finding your niche can have an extremely positive impact on your career. If you’re very good in a specific field of your work which you also enjoy doing more than others, making use of this niche is the best way to take your business to the next level.
Would you like to create more impact with your Instagram publications? Are you trying to get more likes and followers on your network? This article will give you 4 quick tips to market your freelance business on Instagram in a more professional and efficient way.
Properly organizing your working life is essential for any freelancer. It will save you tons of time – if you have a good organization set up, you’ll never waste time searching for something. That means you’ll never forget either. Or at least your system won’t.
How is the current IT freelance market in Germany? freelancermap asked over 1,800 IT freelancers in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland about their rates, income, client relationship, and more. We’ve compiled the most interesting insights!
Video is quickly becoming the prime medium by which we consume content. Fewer people than ever have the time or luxury to read a large amount of text. With video, content creators can combine visual stimuli with audio and even add text on top – it’s the perfect medium for the multitasking professional of today.
Many people think the concept of SEO is too complicated to master, when in fact you can make a few small changes to your website to start rising in search engine rankings.
For many freelancers, using social media platforms to find leads is something of a foreign concept. However, social media - especially Twitter - is a great place to attract more clients and grow your business. Not sure exactly how to use Twitter to promote your business? We’ve got you covered.
There’s nothing better than seeing a long list of glowing recommendations to convince potential employers that you are the freelancer for them.
If you’re a freelancer working internationally, you’ve probably had your fair share of Skype interviews. Skype interviews aren’t necessarily that much different than regular ones, but the devil is in the details. How do you prepare for one?