Do you work in or run a creative/marketing agency? Have you ever considered outsourcing? How many times have you been forced to turn away new clients as your designers are overworked? Do you find it difficult to satisfy your clients with multiple design options and styles? We bet you wouldn’t disagree that to drive and
By Ike Okosa One thing many prospective freelancers fail to do when starting out is researching to know their target market. This can create many setbacks when building a client base, and can cause some freelancers to get frustrated with their work. Here, we’re going to share with you practical tips for finding out whom you
By Toka eWorker is a community as much as it is a tool for winning work and like any community it certainly has a social aspect. eWorker‘s rise to prominence has to a large extent been mirrored by the growth of social media and if you’re a freelancer, both can work wonderfully well together to
By Toka As time flies and we charge into the New Year with prospects for the months ahead, many of us are promising ourselves we won’t get as stressed as we were last year, we will make more time for ourselves and others, and we will finally get to nail this freelance business thing! But
By Ike Okosa Starting off as a freelancer can be quite challenging, especially if you know other freelancers that struggle to find regular work. Even the most professional of people, experienced in their field, can face difficulties when it comes to getting jobs if they haven’t planned on how to gain regular work. However, there
By Ike Okosa As a freelancer, your time is precious, and your level of productivity is impacted by how well or how badly you manage your time. Deadlines can be as pressing as they come, accounts management can be confusing and can take up far more time than you expect – especially when it comes
By Toka Your brand is everything you’ve got, hence you need to ensure it is well known if you would like to grow your business to the heights you envisioned when you started out. Instagram is a very great opportunity for rapid brand building if you have a good understanding of the strategies to employ.
By Ike Okosa Whether you’ve had a good or bad 2015, chances are you’ve already planned in advance for 2016. You may want to make just enough to foot the bills, or you’re planning a vacation or a big celebration for a landmark birthday or wedding (and need to raise a lot of cash to