The first step of starting a freelance business is deciding what kind of skill or service you are uniquely qualified to offer.
If you are having a difficult time figuring out what to do, here are 5 freelance business ideas to inspire you and get you brainstorming.
You’ve come up with a winning business idea and you’re ready to get to work building your startup.
But first there’s one crucial activity that will save you a great deal of headache.
If you have a skill you can offer online, you can make a living working at home, setting your own hours, and living by your own rules.
But before you get started, you need to make sure your idea is a sound one.
There are many mistakes people make when starting their freelance business.
Here are the 5 biggest mistakes, so you can avoid making them and speed up your learning curve.
Having a job is no guarantee of income security, and your job pays only a fixed amount. But being self-employed – a solopreneur – is no more of a risk, plus you can earn as much as you want.
But do you have what it takes?
At first glance, it seems as if it would be really easy to start an online coaching business.
But you need a plan for it to be successful.
As solopreneurs we understand the benefits of having our own business.
But, the most common reason many of us opt to run our own show is “peace of mind”.
Running your freelance professional service business takes time energy and focus.
When you first strike out on your own, follow these basic steps and guidelines to be successful.
Are you trying to figure out the prefect niche for your business?
Here’s a simple brainstorming approach which almost guarantees you have a great business niche that solves problems your target market is facing.
In the fifth of our series, here are some more examples of freelance businesses that need little or no money to get going.