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Freelancers and what is the inside out approach when starting out
November 27, 2018

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers

Freelancers And What Is The Inside Out Approach When Starting Out

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Following are the brief summaries of the articles that we've featured in this newsletter. Click on the Go to the Newsletter icon below that links to the newsletter and check the articles.

Freelancers starting out can benefit from taking an inside out approach when starting out.I explain how this works and what the benefits are.

A freelancer software developer has challenged us to think about the future of work in relation to her current role and the need to think about the changing skills that are required to keep abreast with the rapidly changing skills market.

Communities matter to freelancers and their productivity. I explain why and how platform user communities can help their members.

If you are freelancing and a work at home parent you have to have a plan to cope with family emergencies and still keep your contract commitments moving ahead. I explain how you can do this.

Ideal clients’ descriptions matter to freelancers because it allows you to bring focus to your marketing to land more of your ideal clients. I explain why and how you should be doing this.

I provide links to the latest drought news, Amazon and news as well as the update of our Amazon Associates website case study.

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