After dedicating hard work to completing assignments, applying for new freelance jobs and making phone calls you have a list of interested clients. The skill of finding clients is easy but building relationships to establish an assignment that will last for the entirety of your career requires work and dedication. Now, what do you do?
As we get deeper into the digital age, companies are focusing more of their marketing budget on digital strategies. The result? In the Philippines, among the most hired professions on LinkedIn are software developers, marketing specialists, and IT support specialists. This is according to a report by LinkedIn. With these occupations come a high demand
There are many ways to make money online. But the two that stand out as the most lucrative are freelancing and starting an online business. In this article, we will outline both of them so that you can decide which one is for you. Risk and Money Making Potential of Freelancing and Online Business Both
When I was conducting a research for my article on entrepreneurial opportunities in the Philippines, I decided to step out of my comfort zone and diversify the criteria for viable business ideas. Thus far, I have focused on experience, technical and fundamental competencies, and technology-based concepts. We acquire these assets as we go through our
Freelancing is a very rewarding profession. You get to handle multiple clients and earn a stream of income higher than those of an average office worker. You don’t have to go through the inconvenience of commuting. You are also spared from the drama of office politics. Given that the necessary expenses are only minimal, freelancers