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The Top 25 Skills Businesses Need Right Now – Larry Kim

A whopping 94% of recruiters actively use LinkedIn to vet candidates. Professionals use LinkedIn when looking for new jobs and to showcase a career and stand out to recruiters. Does your profile have what it takes to stand out from the masses? LinkedIn released a report that reveals the top 25 in-demand business skills searched for in the hiring process. … Continue reading The Top 25 Skills Businesses Need Right Now – Larry Kim

Tips for a Successful Freelance Business — Ashley O’Melia, Author

I’ve been doing freelance work part time for seven years, and I began doing it full time four years ago. It’s been an interesting little roller coaster, with plenty of ups (This is amazing and I can’t believe I haven’t been doing this my entire adult life!), downs (Oh crap. I’m going to have to […] … Continue reading Tips for a Successful Freelance Business — Ashley O’Melia, Author

Why Freelancers Are Good For Your Company – Irene Corchado Resmella

More and more companies are hiring freelance writers nowadays. Some companies need to increase their content production and their current team can’t cope with the workload. Others are expanding into new markets and struggle to find writers in other languages willing to relocate. Likewise, many start-ups rely on freelance writers during the early stages of … Continue reading Why Freelancers Are Good For Your Company – Irene Corchado Resmella

Content Marketing Outsourcing: The Agency Vs Freelancer Question – Mariame Bakkouri

Richard Branson once said: “Everything in your business can be outsourced, if you’re not emotionally attached to doing it.” Indeed, any project type can be outsourced, including content creation and distribution. CMO.com cites 10 reasons when outsourcing your marketing is a better choice than doing it yourself. Here are five of them: You don’t have … Continue reading Content Marketing Outsourcing: The Agency Vs Freelancer Question – Mariame Bakkouri

Australia’s Expert360 raises $10M for its freelance consultant marketplace

Freelance workers and consultants make up a third of the US workforce, but that figure is expected to approach 40 per cent according to some studies. And we know how big the overall gig economy is going to become. Thus, marketplaces which meet that need are going to continue to grow. Hence, this is probably… via … Continue reading Australia’s Expert360 raises $10M for its freelance consultant marketplace

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