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New freelancers need to learn it until they make it!
June 26, 2018

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers

New freelancers starting out often have to learn it until they make it because technology is constantly changing.

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When you start out as a new freelancer you often have to quote or bid for jobs requiring new skills because technology is constantly changing and you need to learn until you make it. We look at the issues!

Knowing your value proposition at the start of your freelancing journey is a critical advantage that you can have over other freelancers. We look at value propositions and how you can build a competitive advantage.

Now that the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is in force the use of Google Chrome’s internet incognito browsing option becomes more important. We explain why and how it can help your productivity.

Amazon Alexa is going to help all of us with artificial intelligence, but especially the millennial generation. We explain why. If anyone had any doubts that Amazon is going to have an impact on banking and finance they can have a look here.

Now that the compliance with the EU’s GDPR is almost completed we have started work again on our Amazon website case study.

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