Issue #34

Articles

The Best Google Features You’re Probably Not Using

A lot of stuff I haven’t seen before.

5 Reasons to Spend Time with Other Freelancers

You can do this alone, but you probably shouldn’t.

21 Internet Marketing Stats That Will Blow Your Mind

To be taken with a grain of salt and not to be the single motivation to change your marketing strategy.

Consumers Prefer to Get More Rather than Pay Less – Because They’re Bad at Math

Sad time for America, but poor math skills means 33% More converts better than 33% off.

Billing Yourself as a Local Freelancer: What You Need to Know

I’ve not had much success with local, but I probably need to dedicate a year or two to a local BNI before I write it off.

The 11 “Secrets” of Prolific Content Creators

Interesting suggestion: “Do Not Delete”.

16 Habits You Should Do Every Day

Nice list with strategies to implement and deal with times when you fall off the wagon.

Pricing to the demand curve

Interesting look at pricing.

How to Not Care Too Much About What People May Think of You

Particularly useful for the introverts among us (like me), but probably useful for most freelancers as we tend to strongly link our self and our business.

Web Design Client Follow-Up: Post Site Launch Strategy

Clever follow up when a project ends.

Resources

Doxie Go

Don’t talk about hardware much in this newsletter, maybe because I’m not travelling that much, but this looks like a great add to any mobile office setup.

Freelance Freedom 266: Real Priorities

And constant reminders of why we do what we do.

12 Essential Social Media Cheat Sheets

Who knew? Maybe good for you or a client.

Life’s Journey

Awesome.

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