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?
What’s the one thing that sets apart every successful freelancer? A well-crafted portfolio! Ready to take your portfolio to the next level? Read on for a few tips on creating the most impactful portfolio of your work.
For people who hold down a 9-5 job, creating a CV is a fairly straightforward process. However, if you’ve been freelancing for a while, you may start to despair at how to list the multiple projects and jobs you’ve taken on. Learn how to write freelance experience in a resume!
Organizing your files may sound mundane, but it is actually a helpful skill that has saved me and many other freelancers a lot of time and stress. Looking for the best way to organize your client files and own documents? Keep reading!
NDAs are a standard practice when working on sensitive projects with clients who necessitate discretion. As a freelancer, there is a high possibility of having to work under the constraints of an NDA, so make sure you’re aware of the basics before signing it!
When thinking about starting a new business, there are a few basic questions you need to ask yourself. “What do I name my freelance business?” is probably one of the most often asked questions. Sound familiar?
Non-compete clauses are often part of regular employee contracts but are finding increasing use in freelancer contracts. Not looking at a non-compete properly could lead to quite a bit of trouble. Read more about NCC and what should you pay attention to before you sign!
Many freelancers love recommending colleagues for freelancing project, and can sometimes receive a referral fee as a result. There’s nothing necessarily wrong with those types of referrals – they are an easy and low-maintenance way to get some extra cash. And as long as all sides profit and nobody is being treated unfairly, paid referrals can be...
Freelancing is about freedom – the ability to choose for yourself with whom, on what, and even when you would like to work. This means to turn down projects and reject clients. But that's not an easy task!
Online courses: how many have you seen on the Internet? If you’re already running your own freelance business, you might be asking yourself whether investing the time and effort into building a course is really worth it. Is it?