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Setting yourself up as an agency freelancer

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If you're thinking of becoming a freelancer or are in the process of it, you might be wondering how to get started. Well, the most urgent issue you need to address is how to get set up as a business, so you can start working at creative agencies.

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How freelancers/consultants negotiate

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Most consultants hate negotiations because they lack self-confidence. Not everyone can become a master negotiator overnight, and although it might be difficult to believe, both consultants and freelancers can negotiate a deal as long as they’re willing to learn. People who work on their own don’t know much about negotiations, and therefore they end up with offers that don’t necessarily ... Read More »

11 Stereotypes About Freelancers We All Laugh At

Stereotypes About Freelancers

Freelancing is a really difficult field. Besides the problems you always face with, there are also other different hardships here. Other people’s attitude towards and stereotypes about freelancers for example. Stereotypes are a kind of a tribute to the community, and we can’t live without them. Certainly, some of them are “based on a true story”, but there are also others ... Read More »

This month’s best blog posts from around the web

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As well as writing original content for this site as well as Strat-Talking I also take the time to scour the web for the most poignant strategy / freelance / planning / design articles from around the web, so that you don’t have to. Here are the top five best blog posts from around the web for this month. 1. Strat-Talking acquires CreativeAgencyFreelancing.com ... Read More »

Creating a résumé to land an in-house job

jobs and recruitment

Most creative freelancers will tell you that they don’t need résumés (CVs). But the truth is different. Read More »

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