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7 FREE and Essential Tools for Freelancers

September 6, 2009 Freelancing

To a freelancer, tools greatly improve productivity and much better if they are available for free.  Here is a list of simple, highly productive and FREE tools that I have been using in my various projects.  I am sure these will help you too.
1.  Skype
Skype is very commonplace nowadays, but I am surprised at a [...]

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How to Win Clients and Keep them Happy forever?

August 22, 2009 Business & Marketing

Business is all about happy clients.  A happy client creates a repeat business and brings in much more happy clients.  As a freelancer, the biggest challenge is to establish long term relationship with clients.  So how do you make sure to win clients?  Once won, how do you keep them happy and bring in [...]

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5 Sites to follow if you are a Web Developer

July 21, 2009 Freelancing

If you are into web development and do a lot of funny stuff like me, then I would recommend to follow these 5 sites.  The mode of follow – Bookmarking, RSS, Email Feed – might differ from me, but the one thing I am sure of is the quality of information.
1. Smashing Magazine
Definitely tops the [...]

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Woork – A must follow blog for Web developers

July 1, 2009 Freelancing

I came across the blog – Woork – by Antonio Lupetti a few months back.  It is one of the blogs that can catch your attention almost instantly.
Nowadays, when I am stuck on something during my web development projects – like choosing a font, implementing Captcha or some AJAX controls – I instantly look up [...]

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How to find the “time” for Freelancing?

June 30, 2009 Blogging Tips

When venturing into part-time blogging or freelancing, the first challenge that comes up is the lack of time.  Everyone of us have 24 hours a day!  A major portion of it is consumed by your full time job, family and entertainment.  In this post, I will share a few tips on how to find some [...]

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Top 10 “On Demand” Skills for Software Freelancers

June 21, 2009 Freelancing

If you are planning to get into software freelancing, the first thing to care about is developing the right skill sets for your job.  If you are learning something, it is better to know about the demand for each of the skill and choose the right ones that suit you.
July marks the end of an [...]

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