30 Fresh and Inspirational Portfolios With a Twist: Running out of inspiration for your own freelance business portfolio site? Here are some unusual—yet interesting and appealing—portfolio designs others have come up with.
The 10 Rock Solid Elements of Effective Online Marketing: This is an in-depth report by Brian Clark of Copyblogger. It’s free and discusses online marketing that works.
15 Useful Twitter Tools For Web Workers: This Freelance Folder articles provides a compilation of Twitter tools that have capabilities useful for web workers in particular. Since Twitter is the only source of social interaction for some freelancers (I kid, but only barely!) having a dedicated app installed could be useful.
7 Great VoIP Alternatives To Skype: Skype is the world’s most popular VoIP application, and it deserves that position with excellent free and paid services for both personal and business users. If, for some reason, you’re not a Skype fan, here are seven alternatives you might like to try.
Top 60 Blogs For Freelance Writers: ProFreelancing has compiled a list of links to what they believe are the top 60 blogs for freelance writers. FreelanceSwitch makes an appearance.
The Complete Guide To Going Paperless: Ever wanted to do away with the piles of paper around your office and even the rest of your home? Lifehacker provides a variety of tips for doing exactly that.
How a Blog Can Grow Your Business – Slides + PDF: Problogger book co-author Chris Garrett provides a free slide and PDF package for those after information on how running a blog can be helpful to your business.
The 10 Most Common Mistakes Web Designers Make: Venturing into the web design industry? Make sure you check out this article to help ensure your style earns a great reputation from the outset.
52 Creative Ideas For Finding New Clients: Need more clients because you’re starting out or your old regulars are running out of money? Here are 52 ideas for restocking on clientele.
Employee or Entrepreneur? The Pros and Cons Of Self-Employment: Get Rich Slowly blogger J.D. Roth examines the pros and cons of self-employment versus traditional cubicle farming.
Create an Automatic Flow of Work With ‘Hire Me’ Page: Every freelancer needs a Hire Me page—don’t place obstacles to getting more work by failing to include a call to action on your site.
How To Stop Worrying About Every Little Project: Former FreelanceSwitch editor Glen Stansberry discusses a topic that will be relevant to just about every freelancer: how to quit worrying about all the minutiae of your freelance projects and get on with the real work.