Freelancing is often seen as a male dominated pursuit. This is particularly evident in the IT and trade sectors (plumbing, carpenters etc...). However, the creative sector bucks the trend, in fact, it would seem the women are taking over across the board.
Modelling jobs are finding their way into the strangest of places. Big brand names are bypassing model agencies and using online platforms or social media to scout for new talent. Agencies themselves have been tapping into social media for a while now to scout for talent and last year IMG models ran a global search to find the next big thing via Instagram. So if you're a freelance model looking for paid modelling jobs or want to get signed to a modelling agency, knowing what to do and which platform to use can make all the difference.
When we read about an App that claims to increase freelancer's chances of getting paid on time by 80%, we were sceptical. Anything that can combat the nightmare of chasing clients is worth investigating so we got in touch with Ivo Weevers, Director of Albert, a new invoicing app aimed at freelancers, to ask how they're doing it. Here's what we found out.
Freelancer App knowledge 101. You're never alone when you've got your phone! Apps. They're supposed to save us time, bring us pleasure, feed the cat (okay, not the last one) but with so much choice freelancers must decide what's worth a download. We've done the hard work for you to find the top 5 Freelancer Apps out now.
With rising university fees making it near impossible for students to gain an education and be debt free, more college leavers are looking at fashion apprenticeships as a viable career path.
Most people associate learning with textbooks and gaining knowledge. However there are a lot of lessons that you can take from a training course to the world of freelancing. Being your own boss sounds like the ultimate dream for some people but the truth is, you will need to apply a wealth of other practices and mindsets in order to really thrive within the freelance world.
Youtub. This meaningless word is searched for over 6,120,000 times per month globally. Consider that when I tell you 'youtube' is searched for 1,380,000,000 times. There's more to SEO than just long tail keywords. Let's look at how you can turn 'youtub' into sales.