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Have You Looked At Freelancers' Automation Tools?
August 27, 2019

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers

Have You Looked At Freelancers' Automation Tools?

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It does not matter whether you are moonlighting as a freelancer to balance the family budget or working fulltime as a freelancer, automation tools matter because they save you time and therefore increase your productivity. We link to an article on 9 tasks that every small business should automate.

If you don’t measure it you can’t manage it has been a catchcry of managers for a long time. It is also true of internet marketing. We look at when it is required to give up on a marketing idea and quote an example from experience.

Grief comes to us all in many and varied circumstances. It can come from the death of a family member, friend, client or even from losing your job in difficult circumstances. However, you have to continue on. We have a look at how this can be done.

If there is a global recession which many economists are forecasting many people approaching retirement or in retirement will have to go back to work. We have a look at what you need to know about going back to work after retirement.

For our skills development and inspiration section this week we have looked at the important subject of what to consider if you believe a family member is being cyberbullied – to monitor social media or not? It is a difficult issue. We also have a look at the issue of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and compliance if you issue a business newsletter. Finally, we look at why freelancers need to enhance their skills and knowledge about content marketing to business with videos.

Our Amazon AWS news and Amazon Associates Case Study latest news is shared along with our regular news on cyber security for freelancers.

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