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February 2018

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Uber Driving: Freelance Opportunity or Company Employment?

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Have you thought about getting into the Uber driving craze? I’m pretty sure you’ve seen all their advertisements on Facebook and other Social Media channels talking about the amount of money you can make as an Uber driver. Before you jump into this Uber driving opportunity and make this decision, you may want to do your homework first.  You should also visit their getting started with Uber business website page.

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January 2018

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How You Can Turn a Freelance Job Into a Permanent Job

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Sometimes, as a Freelancer, you find a company or a client who is just great, and you would like to do more work for them – forever. How do you turn that task you found on the freelance website into a permanent contract? Or, better yet, into a permanent job? There are several ways of going about achieving this goal. When searching for opportunities on a website, a freelance job page, or other “clearinghouse” type sites, be sure to read […]

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January 2018

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Online Tutoring – A Rewarding Way to Make Money from Home

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Technology has changed the way of life. The Internet has paved a way for a lot of things. One of its notable contributions is giving rise to new breed of entrepreneurs. Through the Internet, people can work right in the comfort of their home. Gone are the days when you need to travel every day just to go to work. You no longer have to endure an annoying workmate or too bossy boss.

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December 2014

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7 Important Steps to Follow When Hiring a Freelance Writer

You usually get what you pay for. The day may come when you need to hire a Freelance writer. Maybe you have a report due next week on the Mating Habits of Giant Squid, and you have no idea how to get started. Or you have come up with a great new line of clothing, but you need some catchy product descriptions. You might need a ghostwriter, someone to add content to your website, or want a resume re-written…the possibilities […]

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December 2014

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How to Land that First Freelancing Client and What to Expect

Don’t say you can do a job in one day if you can’t Once you have decided to enter the freelance marketplace, you may feel a little bewildered. You know what you want to do, but you’re not entirely certain how to get started. Where do I find that first freelancing client? Here are some tips to help ease you into the exciting world of freelancing. The best way to find clients is to join one of the many freelancing […]

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November 2014

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Which Freelancing Website Should I Choose?

Be sure that you understand the fees, the costs and the terms of use restrictions. When you are starting out in the Freelance business, you have to make a lot of choices. One of the more important choices is which freelancing website to choose. You may not want to go that route at all, opting to find jobs on LinkedIn, for example. But a freelancing website is really the best place to find work. “Freelancing websites bring the client and […]

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November 2014

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Do You Have What it Takes to Become a Successful Freelance Copywriter?

Do not be afraid to ask questions. Unlike article-writing or blogging, copywriting is a difficult craft to master. Good copywriters can be some of the highest paid writers in the world, and good Freelance Copywriters can make a very good living. But they must know what they are doing. If you choose to embark on this challenging career, here are some tips to help you along.

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November 2014

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How to Go About Call Center Outsourcing

Research is essential before you enter into a contract. If you are at the stage where you think call center outsourcing services might be useful for your business, you might find that it can be a daunting task. Where do you start? Have no fear; help is here. We have some tips that will make the process of finding a provider easier.

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November 2014

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Red Flags to Look Out for When Hiring a Freelancer

Never pay until the project has been completed to your satisfaction. If you have a task that needs to be done, – something urgent, or a one-time project that requires knowledge or experience that you just don’t have – then you might want to look at hiring a Freelancer. Perhaps you need a new brochure for your business or a catchy advertisement. Or maybe you need a new ad campaign because

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October 2014

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What is Business Process Outsourcing?

In the end, Business Process Outsourcing or BPO is a business practice that is here to stay. Investopedia defines Business Process Outsourcing, or BPO is “the contracting-out of specific business-related operations to a third party.” The types of business services that are usually subject to Business Process Outsourcing are “back office” services.

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October 2014

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The Different Types of Freelance Work

To the freelance professional (or novice) the possibilities are really unlimited. Do you have the skill or the talent?  Most people would be quite surprised to find out how many different types of opportunities there are out there in the freelancing world.  Almost any business need can be freelanced, and, more and more, businesses and individuals are turning to freelancing websites to find talented people to assist them.

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October 2014

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The Pitfalls of Outsourcing

Are the costs savings really worth it if your company loses all customer loyalty? While outsourcing non-core business activities have become commonplace in American businesses, sometimes the quest for savings and that all important “bottom line” is really not worth the risk. While many companies actualize what may appear to be substantial savings, there are hidden and not so hidden dangers

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October 2014

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Potential Problems with Freelancing

It can be feast or famine. Even though the very thought of being a freelance anything is exciting and somehow even a little romantic, there are some pitfalls to this way of life that should be considered.

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October 2014

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The 9-Step Process to Freelancing Your Talent into Success

If you do it right, it can be the most fun you can have and still be sober. So – you want to be a Freelancer. Great. Freelancing is one of the best jobs around: you are your own boss, you choose the assignments you want, and you get to do what you love. Or, at least, you get paid for doing something that you’re good at doing.

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September 2014

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The Benefits of Offshore Outsourcing

In essence, you are hiring the best of the best for bargain-basement prices. The benefits of outsourcing are well known. It has been a standard business practice for years. The outsourcing of non-core business activities or special projects can free up your personnel to concentrate on the business of running your business and greatly affect your bottom line.

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September 2014

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Thinking About Freelancing?

The choice of assignments is yours, and your time is your own. In today’s wired, virtual world, many people may be asking themselves why they need to go to the office each day. Flex-place, flextime, and telecommuting have certainly allowed for more – well – flexibility when it comes to how we approach our jobs. And for some, there is the inevitable question: why be tied to a job at all?

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