Freelancer Tips


  • Why freelancers and startups are a match made in heaven


    A lot of freelancers end up doing some or most of their work for startups. Almost all startups rely on freelancers at one or all stages of their existence, and it’s no coincidence. Freelancers and startups are made for each other.

  • How to: Do the perfect Skype Interview in 5 Steps


    If you’re a freelancer working internationally, you’ve probably had your fair share of Skype interviews. And if you’re just starting out, you have some learning ahead of you. Skype interviews aren’t necessarily that much different than regular ones, but the devil is in the details.

  • How to Build Strong Relationships With Clients That Last


    For many freelancers, securing strong, long-term relationships with clients is the key to building a successful business. With strong client relationships, you can spend more hours actually working (and earning money!), and less time endlessly applying for new jobs each month. The question is, how do you get to this point?

  • How to be a Great Project Director and Manager


    There are a lot of responsibilities in being a project manager. The organization of very important projects relies on you and you need to be skilled in managing people and resources to achieve an ultimate company goal. So, how can you be great on the job? Nicolás Liso, PMP® gives us his insights.

  • How to Use YouTube to Attract Clients


    These days, overwhelming evidence seems to suggest that the future of online marketing is in video content. More and more people are flocking to video platforms such as YouTube to consume information. As a business owner, you should be putting some serious thought into putting this platform to use for your own business.

  • Are multiple monitors actually improving productivity? – Pros and Cons


    Whether or not to get a multi-monitor setup is a surprisingly polarizing issue. While one side propagates two or even more monitors as being the only sensible way to work, there is a growing opposition that has been increasingly vocal as screens grow in size; they argue that there is a point where “more monitor space” stops meaning “better.” So which one is it?

  • Do I need to be good at math to code? 6 Reasons why you don’t!


    A lot of programmers have a background in mathematics or computing, which traditionally includes a lot of math.

  • The Job of a Public Relations Manager | Career Insights


    In this edition of our series on interesting freelancer careers, we’ll be covering the position of a public relations manager. In the information age, the image of a company matters as much as the quality of its products and services. Social media is mandatory nowadays, and it provides a way for companies to share all kinds of thing about themselves with the world. That’s why good PR managers are sought after more than ever before.

  • Choosing a name for your freelancer business: your name vs. a company name


    When thinking about starting a new business, there are a few questions everyone will ask themselves. “What do I name my business?” is one of the most common and controversial questions when starting out as a freelancer. Are you also struggling with this?

  • What Separates a Junior Programmer from a Senior Programmer?


    If you ever applied for a job as a programmer, created a LinkedIn profile or spoken to recruiters, you’ve asked yourself this question: “How do I know if I’m a junior, mid-level or senior programmer?”

  • Using forRoot() and forChild() to configure modules in Angular


    Well defined angular modules are a cornerstone in good app making. Although the documentation provided by the Angular team is detailed, its multiple areas and possibilities make it a little bit complex to understand. Sebastián Puentes, computer engineer, explains in this article how to inject configurations with forRoot () and forChild () in Angular. Without further ado, we leave you with Sebastian.

  • Starting a 3D printing business – 5 things you need to know


    3D printing has exploded in the last few years – not only has the technology continued improving at a rapid rate, but it is also commercially available at reasonable prices. Printing small parts out from plastic and other materials can sound like a neat thing to do on your spare time – and it totally is. But it can also be the foundation of a business.

  • Freelancermap celebrates Freelancer's Day


    The freelancing movement is unstoppable. Freelancers are ready to jump into exciting projects anytime and motivated to support both large and medium-sized companies. They bring in expert knowledge, experience, and passion in what they do – what a great combination, right?

  • How a month of working abroad can increase motivation and boost your career


    Do you feel stuck or unmotivated? When coming up with new ideas feels less like going with a natural flow and more like trying to find a needle in a haystack, it’s a sign that you might need a break.

  • The Job of a VR Developer | Career Insights


    Virtual reality is the fastest-growing area of the tech industry. Only a few years ago, VR jobs practically didn’t exist. Nowadays, more and more companies are realizing the potential of virtual reality. At the same time, VR is a new market with few people who have specialized – it’s a golden moment for freelancers to profit from this trend and specialize themselves in a growing, future-oriented field.

  • 5 Tips to Shoot and Score a Gig as a Freelancer


    One of the biggest issues for freelancers is to find new (good) clients. Renae knows that finding clients that pay you well is extremely important for your business success. In this article, she shares with us her best 5 tips for landing new clients. We leave you with her!

  • Trello for freelancers: how to organize your business


    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.

  • Best freelancer locations: Big cities versus small cities


    Deciding where your freelancer business will be located might not seem like a big deal. After all, we live in the Internet age, right? For most freelancers, the majority of work-related tasks are done online. However, where you live can have a bigger influence on your career than you think, even if 99% of your freelancing is done through the Internet.