I wanted to take a moment to thank you publically (I should have thanked you privately) if you submitted feedback to me on the direction of Freelancing Weekly. I’m still digesting the suggestions, I’ll let you know more soon. Feel free to shoot me an email any time to let me know what you think, or just to say “What’s up?”
Mostly it depends, but some good ideas.
Even if you have Analytics set up, it never hurts to see how other people use tools.
This focuses primarily on getting in touch with potential clients.
Some comment about how I should use LinkedIn more.
And for your personal profile. Trying to figure out how he styled his the way he did.
If you’re not there yet, this might help you sort some things out.
I’ve included this again because we have the whole series now.
Not subscriptions, and only listing paid software.
If you haven’t “nailed” your website yet, there is some good general discussion on how to organize your services here.
Not sure I’m up for another rename, but I’d like to.
I use a lot of these.
Multi-channel funnels look interesting.
I hesitate to believe the USPS can actually schedule something online, I’m still waiting for email notifications that I have mail in my PO BOX (6 months and no notifications)
At a loss for comments.
Evolution at it’s worse.
A color picker with output in NSColor, UIColor, CGColorRef, CSS and HTML styles.
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