Business FAQS For Freelancers

Freelance Business FAQ helps you get all your questions about being freelance answered.

How do I determine my rates?

The most important thing to remember when thinking about determining your rates is knowing what you are really worth!!

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How do I raise my rates?

Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites.

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What are things to keep in mind when collaborating with another freelancer on a project?

A well drafted and thought out collaboration contract is the way to go when working with other freelancers on the same project.

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Are there any resources for someone who is trying to build their freelance business?

AND CO has put together a book, Welcome to Your Independence, written both for individuals new to the freelancing world and old-timers looking to spruce things up.

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What is the difference between a proposal and a contract?

Proposals are for selling and negotiating a sale!!

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Do I need a resume as a freelancer?

You are doing a great job working as a freelancer!! You are getting a whole lot of freelance gigs and you are working consistently up until now, nobody has requested your resume.

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How do I establish my niche and my services as a freelancer?

The nature of the freelancing business makes it a highly saturated market. Establishing a niche and marketing your services in such a saturated market is no easy feat, but that does not mean that it is unachievable.

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What to do when a client cancels a project

Freelancing is a world of freedom but with freedom comes a lot of trials and responsibilities. As a freelancer once in awhile or probably twice, clients will reject your work or terminate your contract whether it was a good or bad decision to have contracted you.

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What are the benefits of being a freelancer?

There’s a popular saying, “if you don't build your dreams, another person will hire you to build theirs”. This is the reality of many people, but things are changing, more people are choosing to freelance over working for an established organization.

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