Selling freelance services requires different strategies than selling a product. Use these practical tips to sell web design, even if you’re not good at sales.
You’re not alone in your deadline struggles. Most freelancers have trouble with deadlines at some point in their freelancing career.
In this post we list seven common project-related tasks that clients often question. For each task, we discuss whether a freelancer should bill the client.
In this post, I share five steps that you can go through to find out whether you can “fix” your relationship with an unhappy client.
In this post, I provide ten ready (and truthful) responses you can give when you’re asked to do a project that’s not right for you.
Customer service is important for any business, but it’s especially important for freelancers. Here are 6 principles that every web designer should know.
Before you can break a bad habit, you have to know what it is. Here is a checklist of over 22 bad habits that may wreak havoc on your design business.
You want good clients and not bad clients, but how can you tell the difference? In this post, are steps that will help you find out how to evaluate clients.
It’s helpful to have a checklist of elements you to include in your portfolio. This post lists 7 elements that every good web design portfolio should have.
If you’ve had a bad experience with a client, you may have thought about using your blog or social media to shame them. But, here is what you should know…
It’s important to do some serious self-examination before you make the move to freelance web design. Here is a checklist of questions to ask yourself.
Before entering consider all the risks before you put effort into a entry. Here are 4 questions you should ask yourself before entering a design contest.