This week, I wanted to try something a little different. I've noticed a lot of great content being written about freelancing and rather than add my own two cents worth in the mix, I figured I'd simply share with you these resources, because they will definitely impact your business.
Plus, it's always good to hear from another's perspective too, after all, I am not the only successful freelancer out here!
Each blog post and resource is something that I've read myself and have found to be invaluable in my business, and I know it will be in yours, so without further ado, here they are.
5 Helpful Freelancing Blog Posts
#1: How to land anchor clients as seen on Freshbooks.com. An anchor client is simply a long-term client that you work with on an ongoing basis. They are extremely valuable in sustaining your freelance business, so make sure you take a read of this one.
#2: How to protect your online identity as seen on TheWriteLife.com. This is something we all should be thinking about as we get more attention on our blogs and begin to write more content for other sites. Protect yourself with these helpful tips!
#3: The 4-1-1 on self-employment tax as seen on FreelancersUnion.com. If you're still trying to figure out how to pay tax as a freelancer, and you're based in the US, then this blog post will be extremely helpful. If you're not US based, then take a read of this book instead.
#4: Getting paid to write with 17 grants for writers as seen on TheWriteLife.com. This is a great list of grants available to writers looking to write about specific topics and get paid very well for the privilege!
#5: Cool stuff for your desk as seen on ProductHunt.com. While this isn't a blog post, I know you guys will love it. And if you're not a member of Product Hunt, then you should definitely sign up, it's a great place to find tools and resources for any type of freelancing business.
I hope you enjoyed these resources and if you've got any you'd like to add that you've seen around the web, please do so in the comments section below.
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