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Are You Ready to Take the Step to Subcontracting? Our Podcast Guest Explains How

Posted by Ilise Benun on

What happens if a creative professional successfully markets their services and they find themselves with more work than they can comfortably complete? A good problem to have, right? That is also an opportunity to take your business to an entirely new level. I’ve been getting lots of great feedback about...

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[Video] James Sommerville, VP of Global Design at Coke for HOWDesignLive@SCAD Season 2:

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It was kind of amazing to have 2 guests in Savannah earlier this month for the HOWDesignLive@SCAD Live Interview Series, an innovative partnership between HOW and the Graphic Design Department of the Savannah College of Art & Design. Episode 2 of Season 2 will make for some excellent “weekend watching” —  James Sommerville, VP of Global Design for...

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How one writer nearly lost $5K from a very common freelancer mistake

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I think you’ll like this post from a new guest blogger, Lindy Alexander, who made the mistake I see a lot of creatives making: imagining you’ll be overwhelmed with work if you promote yourself too much! Enjoy! Since I started freelance writing full time at the beginning of 2017, I’ve been conscious...

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[LAST DAY] Don’t You Want Better Clients?

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If you are sick and tired of loser clients and want to attract much MUCH better ones, then you won’t want to miss the new live event I’m hosting on May 2 in Chicago, The Get Better Clients Bootcamp Now’s the time to focus on it, because it’s 6 weeks...

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When to Talk Money With Your Ideal Client and more….

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In last week’s webinar, 3 Steps to Your Ideal Clients (recordings here if you missed it), there were more burning questions for my surprise guest, the ideal client, (a.k.a. Jamie Saunders, Senior Marketing Communications Manager at Neenah Paper and Packaging,) than we had time to answer. So Jamie took more...

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