When a freelancer should turn down a job or client

We have all done it, we’ve taken on work that we didn’t want to finish. There are a number of reasons why a job turns sour. And right at the end of that horrible period of time, when we feel that we’ve wasted our time and efforts and we resent what we do, it’s importantContinue reading “When a freelancer should turn down a job or client”

How to avoid spamming people on LinkedIn

We all know how great LinkedIn is for networking and for finding new leads for your freelancing business or a business you own. However, it is important that we are also aware of some key areas that we should never venture into if we want to make sure we are seen as being professional andContinue reading “How to avoid spamming people on LinkedIn”

How Do I Become A Freelance Web Developer? (Part Two)

In part one of this post we looked at a few things that were necessary to get in place before you start pitching clients as a freelance Web developer. In this post, we’re going to finish up, looking at ways to get those first clients and jobs, and also how to make sure you bringContinue reading “How Do I Become A Freelance Web Developer? (Part Two)”

Growing a Startup Isn’t Easy. Andrew Knows How To Do It

Full respect to those warriors who have created a startup and are working to build it. It takes guts and it takes vision. Perhaps it takes a lot more than just guts and vision though. Right now, COVID-19 is still turning the world upside down, and bringing tragedy and loss to everyone. Growing a startupContinue reading “Growing a Startup Isn’t Easy. Andrew Knows How To Do It”

How Do I Become A Freelance Web Developer? (Part One)

It’s kind of a big deal, becoming a freelance Web developer. You get lots of great stuff as part of your new direction (including the ability to work on projects you actually find interesting), but also some tough stuff along the way. Ten years ago, for example, there were far fewer Web developers, it wasContinue reading “How Do I Become A Freelance Web Developer? (Part One)”