With the rise of the so-called gig economy and the popularity of working from home, you have probably succumbed to the trend of scouring the internet for easy ways to break into freelancing. After all, with a good skill set, a vast network of connections, and a determined attitude, your success as an online freelancer is most likely skewed towards the positive side.[Read more…]
The hardest part of any freelancing business is getting more clients. You have a skill and expertise, unfortunately you don’t have enough people to show it to though, and you’re not having the kind of growth you want.
We get it.
When freelancers think of obtaining new clients on social media their minds often drift towards LinkedIn and Facebook. Twitter is a highly underutilized platform for obtaining high-quality clients for your freelancing business, which is being over looked by most freelancers right now.[Read more…]