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How a copywriter created a million-dollar, one-person business, by saying goodbye to $1,450-an-hour client work is a well-written Forbes article by Elaine Pofeldt about NYC-based copywriter/entrepreneur Laura Belgray and her business journey.
How to Become an International Freelancer — a true story with helpful advice, especially for non-native English speakers, written by an experienced SEO consultant Jan Onesork.
The secret to being a successful freelancer — a great 4-minutes talk by a financial expert Paco de Leon in TED The Way We Work series stresses the crucial importance of price, value, and money for freelancers. Solid advice.
Award-winning independent publisher and literary documentarian Barbora Baronova is our new Star member ⭐ A remarkable writer and professional, her works are treasured by well-known libraries, museums, and collectors around the world.
We have acquired the Freelance.eu domain name from the previous owner in the Netherlands to be used as a domain alias to Freelancing.eu. To his credit, he offered a fair price (not to be disclosed) given our 15-years track report in supporting freelancers 🙏
As freelancers, we often have a head full of ideas—or concerns. And it’s OK, except for when one should be sleeping. Tomas Baranek tackles this common problem in his in-depth life-hacking article on How to Fall Asleep Again When You Wake Up in the Wee Hours of the Morning 💤
Robert Vlach will discuss Financial self-management in the context of freelance business during his second Q&A interview for the ongoing Freelance Business Month this Tuesday. There are still 38 seats left, and you can register for free. Here are the main topics:
European Freelancers Week, the fifth edition of the largest crowdsourced event for freelancers in Europe, starts today. Browse the event schedule or sign the Freelancers Manifesto if you wish to add your voice to the European freelancers’ movement — we are already all-in as partners.
Elastic: Flexible Thinking in a Time of Change is a smart book about getting new and innovative ideas we all need as freelancers, not to mention creatives. Written by Leonard Mlodinow, a theoretical physicist who co-authored two bestselling books with the late Stephen Hawking, it is well researched, evidence-based, as well as daring.
As a part of ongoing Freelance Business Month, Robert Vlach will be discussing Freelancer’s business negotiations in an online Q&A session this Thursday. There are 50 seats left, you can register for free and submit your questions in advance.