Posts Tagged ‘freelancer’

June 13, 2010 Off

Some Useful Tips for Freelance Web Developers and Designers

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If you are a freelance web developer and/or designer, and multitasking then, most of your daily schedule should be occupied with to-do lists, priority tasks, applying for future jobs, working on multiple websites etc., Just to ease your schedule a bit, following are some useful tips I thought might help you un-clutter your work flow […]

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March 9, 2010 1

Finding Well Paid Work for Web Designers

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In my last post, I talked about a method of marketing many web designers, including myself, like to use: freebie marketing. It is an excellent method for marketing and gaining momentum for your work, but when it comes down to it — every designer still needs to get paid. Marketing oneself is a task in […]

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February 15, 2010 Off

Tutorials vs. Teachers

By in Design, Web Design

Once upon a time, I was a student attending school for copywriting. I was excited about entering the world of advertising. I was full of inspiration and hope, itching to unleash my creative ideas and witty words onto the world. Unfortunately, there was this one pesky little thing that seemed to be getting in the […]

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January 20, 2010 4

When to Say “No” to Web Design Clients

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While it may happen more with freelancers than with firm workers, the feast or famine style still exists. When we can’t find clients, we cannot pay the bills, and perhaps may not be in a position to pick and choose our type of work. No matter how desperate, though, there are a number of times […]

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