Thoughts on freelancing, business, and web development.
Partnering with another freelancer allows you to offer more well-rounded services, which can net you bigger and better contracts.
Specializing can make your work more valuable, more targeted, and more in demand, but how do you know which area to choose?
Freelancers tend to focus on time management and time tracking. But focusing on managing energy can yield much more productive results.
Here’s what freelancers need to know about invoicing: which data to include, what tools to use, and how often to send.
Networking doesn’t have to be something you add to your to-do list. Integrate it into your everyday life as a freelancer.
Freelancers are especially at risk of letting work take over our whole lives, which can lead to some pretty miserable results. Here’s how to find balance.
Transitioning from a solo freelancer or a casual partnership to launching an agency is a big step. Should you take it?
Is a voice in your head nagging you to get rid of a certain client? Here’s how to tell when it’s time.
Freelancers have lots of tools to choose from to track their time. Here are the features you need.
Billing hourly may be the default invoicing option for freelancers, but that doesn’t mean it’s the best. Consider these strategic alternatives for your freelancing business.
I haven't had much traffic to the site yet, but I'm focused on making slow and steady progress.
The site is finally live on the everclimb.co domain, and I've lined up another set of interviews with freelancers.
The first interviews are published! I'm getting ready to move the site to its live domain.
I'm up and running with an admin area of the site, an actual email list, and the first interviews lined up. Next up: compiling a list of interviewees.
Today, I'm starting from zero. Zero readers, zero subscribers, zero followers. Everclimb.co has been in existence since April 2015, and though...