A major goal of many web developers is to step on their own, become their own boss, and ultimately a master of their own fate. In this post I’ll give you 5 simple steps to become a freelance web developer, this year, in 2019! We largely overcomplicate this matter of freelancing. Freelancing is simply this: […]
Finding a full-featured freelance invoicing and accounting app at a great price can be a challenge. In this post I want to share two apps that I think meet the complete needs of most freelancers. I’ve been through a lot of invoicing and accounting apps. In fact, I wrote an article all about it last […]
I stand by my conviction that anyone can make good money on Upwork and can charge premium rates without being concerned about losing jobs as a result. Let’s discuss the #1 reason why you CAN change premium rates. Save Save Let’s cut to the chase…. What is the #1 reason you can confidently charge […]
As freelancers, we like to have all our tools in one place. When it comes to invoicing, proposals, project management, time tracking, etc., it’s hard to find all of these features in one place. Fortunately, there’s the Pancake app, the best all-in-one solution for your freelance business. Here are 5 reasons why:
When I started freelancing, this was the #1 question for me, “How much should I charge for freelance web development?” Over time I’ve been able to create a number of guidelines that have made answering this question easier. In this post, I will share these three guidelines with the hope that it helps
As I approach my sixth month as a full-time, freelance web developer, I want to reflect a little on the lessons I’ve learned along the way. In this post, I’ll share 10 valuable lessons learned in my first 6 months freelancing full-time in hopes that it may benefit my readers looking to take the same path.
Since the beginning of this year, I have been able to increase website traffic by 500%. This comes as a result of taking what had been largely a hobby blog and transforming it into a purposeful, yet passionate, business. In this post, I want to show you how to do this for your own blog by providing 10 actionable steps
But this year it was different. While I still got my W-2 and filed as normal, I also had about $10,000 in earnings from the side gig. What do I do with that? Well, in this post I will try to give a simple outline on what you need to do differently when you file taxes when freelancing on the side.
A CodeNewbie’s Diary – From CodeNewbie To Full Time Freelancer – PART 8 Part 8: Some Final Words Well, we’ve reached the eighth and final part of my blog series on becoming a full time freelancer in one year, and I want to end it with some final words of encouragement to CodeNewbies in […]