Becoming a freelancer is a way to work at home and be independent without having to start a business. Freelance work varies greatly. Some projects require clients to sign written agreements, while others provide work based on verbal agreements that are enforceable through the nature of the project. Some freelancers provide written estimates of work and request deposits from clients.
Payment for freelance work also varies greatly. Freelancers can charge by the day, hour or page or per project. Instead of charging a flat rate or fee, some freelancers adopt a value-based pricing scheme based on the perceived value of the results for the client. Arrangements could include up-front payment, a percentage up front or payment upon completion. For more complex projects, a payment schedule based on completed stages of the project could be set out in the contract.
When we start up a blog or website there’s a specific reason why we do so. Most of us start up a blog for economic reasons: We want to generate revenue. Whether we do this revenue generation through advertising, selling products or selling services it rarely matters. What does matter in most cases is that we do make a profit off the blog. And so the concept of monetisation comes up very early in your strategy.
Some people say you should monetise your blog from the very start. Others say you would be better off putting off the money and building an audience. So where do you start?
Once Again, we’ve got something special for our community. We’ve again came up with cool freebies giveaway as promised. This is our way of saying thanks to our readers for being part of the instantShift community and helping us make it to where we are right now. We never wait for special occasions to announce good freebies. To continue our grateful attitude to our readers and community in general, we are glad to release this Free XHTML/CSS E-Commerce Template DapurKue. It’s our latest high-quality freebies addition for instantShift readers.
“DapurKue” is a XHTML/CSS E-Commerce Template suitable for any online business and has all the requirements and features of a typical online shop. This layout was designed and developed by Tokokoo as an exclusive gift for instantShift readers.
A weeks ago, we created a contest at instantShift called Filter Forge Giveaway had announced the giveaway of 3 Free Basic Edition Licenses of Filter Forge (worth $149 each) which is an excellent photoshop filter creation tool with a strong community spirit.
We’ve got more than 70 response comments. After voiding spam and non-legit comments we have left with 56 valid comments. It’s really good to see that how we can able to help in our reader’s life and their profession.
In case, If you missed this giveaway, make sure you are ready for next one as we going to create more such giveaways in future.
Congratulations to all the winners!
Regardless of where you work or who you work for, taking criticism is part of the job. Sometimes comments demand a response. Other times, ignoring them is better. Determining when and how to respond to negative comments is something that every individual and organization wrestles with.
Despite its negative associations, criticism can be an excellent opportunity to grow—but before you can respond effectively, you need to recognize the opportunities. One certainly experiences criticism in the field of design as well, and we put this article together to talk about how to effectively handle criticism on the social web.