In order to stay on top of your game you need to read, learn and implement the latest best practices for SEO. Since the initial Panda update, SEO specialists have been trying to understand what Google wants in terms of White Hat (Good Stuff) SEO practices.
Eric Karkovack who wrote the article I cited in my last post about 5 Reasons Why Freelance Web Designers Fail has written a good ebook on the topic too.
Your Guide to Becoming a Freelance Web Designer provides an honest look at the ins and outs of starting your own freelance design business. You’ll learn the pros and cons of starting your own business, the responsibilities involved and the pitfalls of working on your own.
There’s an enormous amount of responsibility that goes along with being a freelance web designer – especially if you’re doing it full-time. Sure, it can seem like a carefree way of life, but the reality is that you’re ultimately responsible for your own success or failure.
WordPress is fantastic software, but there are days when you try everything to fix your site and nothing seems to work. Have you ever stared at a header that doesn’t look quite right or code and thought, “WTF is going on?!” Feeling confused about WordPress is nothing new. We’ve all been there!
Business Most freelance creatives have one experience in common: that moment they realized how much of a creative business involves non-creative things. For me, it was after finishing the assignment for my first client and realizing how much “wrap-up work” was still left to do.