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Some tasks you do when working for yourself are bothersome. They’re not really work in that you don’t get paid for them. But they’ve got to be done, which makes them all the more frustrating.
You could drop these tasks, but then eventually your business would fall to pieces. You could hire in help from a virtual assistant. But even on a low hourly rate, the costs quickly add up.
Fortunately, there’s another way.
After you’ve created your email list, and grown a group of subscribers, what next? How can you make the most of the asset you’ve built?
Here’s how you can use your email list to good effect.
OK, so you’ve got an email list, now what?
We’ve compiled some great ideas on how to grow that list and keep business connections alive by providing timely, informative content.
Building an email list is one of the most important marketing steps your business will ever take.
It’s more important than setting up a Facebook page, signing up to Twitter, or creating a LinkedIn profile. In fact, it’s on a par with setting up a website!
You might be missing out on the biggest marketing opportunity online and not even know it. We explain why inside.
The internet has transformed the way we work.
Increasingly, people are working alongside co-workers from the other side of the world.
How can you make sure you get the best out of your team when they’re not working with you in the office?
These 7 tips are sure to help.
Back in the 1920s, factory owners were keen to improve the productivity of their workforce. One factory, The Hawthorne Works, called in researchers to look at how lighting influenced worker productivity. Did people work better in bright lights or in low-light conditions?
More recently, productivity experts have come up with a new way of using the Hawthorne effect. The good news is that you don’t need to hire your own research team to take advantage of it.
What did they find out, and what the heck does it have to do with timesheets? Click to find out.
When you’re thinking about taking the plunge and going freelance, it’s easy to see all the positives of being your own boss.
It’s great to be aware of all the positives of working for yourself. If you’re brave enough to do it, or if circumstances leave you with no other choice than freelancing, you will have a new freedom you’ve never known before.
But is it really the dream it’s cracked up to be? Is freelancing for you?
Inside this article we break down truths of the “freelance dream”, and their potential drawbacks.
We’ve scoured cyberspace for the best sales pitch advice we could get our hands on. In doing so, we’ve collected tips from freelance veterans across the board – including designers, writers, photographers, and consultants.
Knowing how other freelancers pitch clients – even in different mediums – can improve your own pitching process.
Do you hold your head in despair when you catch a glance of your to-do list?
As freelancers, it’s especially difficult to manage everything we need to get done. That’s because there are so many demands on our time. On top of our client work, we need to reply to emails, manage our finances, attend networking events, and numerous other duties.
So how can we improve our to-do lists by observing a jar of stones? Read on to find out.