The most successful freelancers have certain things that they do on a daily basis to help them. If you want to be a freelancer, you need to start doing them too. There are 8 things all successful freelancers do daily to make sure their business continues to stay afloat.
Before that, just to show my latest earnings screenshot from a top freelancing website I joined, to prove that I do have ‘a little’ experience when it comes to doing freelance work:
All businesses need a website. It is the truth in this day and age, considering so many people now are doing their search online. However, you need more than just a website. You want your website to be built on good solid foundations.
Obviously, a successful website is more than just a beautiful design. You need a site that your visitors can navigate around easily, and enjoy being on. Here are 7 critical elements of a successful website you need to start paying attention to:
One question that keeps cropping up in copywriting is how long your copy should be. There is really no perfect answer to this, because it depends on what you are offering.
For example, if you are selling a short 30 page ebook, the copy will be shorter than if you are trying to sell a $997 online training. So the best answer is that your copy needs to be as long as necessary to get the prospects to hit the add to cart button and buy from you.
Selling your products or services online is viewed as a great way to start making money. However, it isn’t as easy as getting a product ready and instantly making money. You need to think about the people who are going to purchase from you.
The idea is to market to hungry buyers. Offer them something they desperately looking for. That means doing your research before even think about promoting anything online. Here are the 5 things you need to understand about your prospects:
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If you are using OptimizePress 2.0 and want to customize the styling of your blog, you probably know there is no easy way to do it, particularly if you are a non-techie. In this post, I will share the 40 most requested CSS code you can use to customize your blog.