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This guest post was written by Tom Walker who designs and blogs for a supplier of OfficeJet inks, toners and paper. You can read more of his work on the topics of print media, advertising and the arts on their blog.
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There’s no such thing as a free lunch, but luckily for us designers and developers, free, high performance, browser-based tools do exist. We take a close look at 30 of the best below. Rather than focus on ones that we all know and love, I’ve tried my best to unearth some gems that, for one…

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Working in the freelance lifestyle is one of the most exhilarating experiences in the world. You are your own boss and can set your own hours, but you have found that there are obstacles that you must overcome. Here are ten tips to help you navigate the freelancer’s world. Expect change: Change is inevitable. Even…

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How much email do you receive in a day? According to a study performed by the Radacti Group, the average businessperson receives 61 legitimate emails daily. You need to have a way to organize it, else you will be buried under a virtual mountain of mail by the end of the week. Here are ten…

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A Roundup of the 7 Best Invoicing Apps for Freelancers

It goes without saying that it is important to maintain a record of everything – especially money. After all, you do want to get paid. For this reason, you may wish to indulge on these invoicing tools, which do not require any downloads. Accessing your account, no matter where you are, is as simple as…

July 8th, 2010 | Collections | 26 Comments
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Managing Your Finances as a Freelancer in 7 Simple Steps

At all stages in the freelancer’s career it is essential to manage finances to get the most out of self-employment. For people with creative leanings, finances and accounting may seem like daunting aspects of becoming one’s own boss. Below are simple steps, including useful applications and information resources, to help freelancers manage finances and increase…

March 4th, 2010 | Articles | 18 Comments