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Strat-Talking acquires CreativeAgencyFreelancing.com


We have very exciting news for all the great readers of CreativeAgencyFreelancing.com – we are getting bigger & better. We have now been acquired by Strat-Talking.com, which nearly doubles our reach and forms the start of the Strat-Talking Creative Blogging Network. Quite a bit will change in your CreativeAgencyFreelancing experience: all posts will be updated, you will start seeing design tweaks and ... Read More »

Look at previous employers for work

business tips: ask old employers for freelance work

Often overlooked as a source of work for freelancers, previous employers can become freelancing clients. Most people are too focused on moving forwards to consider it, or simply want a change. But if you're stuck for work, you shouldn't rule them out. Read More »

How to connect with customers using a killer content strategy

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Written by Linda Forshaw The majority of creative professionals and freelancers will have their own website to showcase their creations and capabilities. They might even have gone so far as to set up a blog. In order to use either of those things to their full potential, it’s necessary for a freelancer to wear a number of different hats – ... Read More »

Creatives, are you paying enough attention?

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Written by Joshua Danton Boyd Creative design agencies are fluid. Tastes change and things can be turned around in an instant. It’s a sea of ever-changing ferocity and it can be easy to get left behind or suddenly caught out. The question is, can you predict where the water is going to take you next? It’s something difficult to do, ... Read More »

Top 5 mobile apps for freelancers


Written by Vishal Freelance professionals need productivity tools, especially given the level of multitasking they are required to do. In addition to finishing writing assignments for multiple clients within tight deadlines, they also have to keep their eyes open for more projects. Whereas it used to be business requirements software that was most important, now it’s apps. Read More »

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