You could have gotten that once in a lifetime opportunity if you only knew how to search better on the Web. Having trouble finding information? You’re not alone. When search engines pull up millions of results in just a single query, you can only get lost in a deluge of information waiting to get read. Whether you are browsing, doing some research for your marketing gig, or working on a client’s project – it pays to know how to make your way in the labyrinth of the World Wide Web.
Opportunities in freelancing come and go like the wind. How ready are you when it finally comes knocking on your door?
Words are very powerful in helping you resolve a conflict with a client. Here are 10 phrases to help you do just that…
Google has lots to offer to boost your freelancing business and you may not even be taking advantage of these tools…
Clueless on that next big idea for your business? Try asking the crowd. That’s Right! The huge phenomenon that has saved Netflix the expense of putting up a team of their own in designing their software is making waves of success by simply tapping into their customers’ brainpower through: Crowdsourcing. The question now is, ” Are you ready to go down the grass roots level and get honest-to-goodness answers? ”
On our last post, we talked about how SEO can help you land your next freelance gig. Now, we bring you the best apps that can help you work better on the clouds. The Cloud? You’ve probably heard this term before and if you’re using any online sites to share data, do work or send messages – then, you are working in the cloud and you are part of cloud workers reshaping the future of work.
Can you tweet your way to success? Many small business owners have asked this question, whether they plan to market their brand on Twitter themselves or hire someone to help them out with a marketing plan. With the advent of social media comes cost effective ways to promote yourself on the World Wide Web. So, how do you get your campaign rolling by creating a voice, not noise?
When it comes to freelancing, you need a key… as in Keywords. You may have heard of SEO or Search Engine Optimization and you might feel the word is too techie for you to dabble in. People are using the search engines like Google, Yahoo or Bing to find what they’re looking for and if they cannot find you, how can they hire you? Try a simple exercise like typing your name in Google and see what the search will come up with.
Can you imagine a Web without Google? Being one of the most used search engines on the internet, it would really be hard to go online without it. Google has been a part of our everyday lives, even if you hate to admit it. Even the word ‘Google’ itself has become a newfangled term that means searching for info on the Web. With this presence comes valuable tools that Google gives away for free, which every marketer, business owner, or Web master should check and take advantage of:
Freelancing is the new full-time these days and it is important to get yourself an ultimate guide that will help you make it through this cutthroat world where the fittest survives. We have been giving you a couple of tips to help build a solid ground for you to stand on as a freelancer.
Many problems during the project development stage can be avoided, if you only asked the right questions before hiring that freelancer. Why? Hiring the right people is the core of your business success. You have to ask it right – in details. It is important for you to check their job skills, strengths and weaknesses for you to get the best talent and value for your money.
Clients want to have a website that speaks the best about their overall business and you need to collaborate with them on how you can achieve this. With the internet’s fast growth, you should not forget to have a checklist of things that will enable you to give your prospects an accurate quote, as well as giving you a clear view of what they really want.