Monthly Archives: August 2014

Everything you need to know about freelance rates, pricing, and fees – Freelancers Union

The Freelancers Union, in an effort to show how it can help freelancers get ahead, is offering a sampling of some of its articles on establishing your rates — always something that freelancers, especially new ones, worry about.

The page, entitled “Everything you need to know about freelance rates, pricing, and fees,” offers links to article on how to get paid what you’re worth, why freelancers undercharge for their work, and whether you should charge by the hour or by the project, among others. Certainly worth a look.

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The Ten Commandments for Freelancers (and they’re actually useful)

Some very funny (and useful) advice — such as:

Did you see that video where the little baby goat goes nuts and back-flips off his pal’s butt? No, you didn’t. Because even though you’re working from home, you’re a professional and you do not let the Wild West of the Internet get in the way of your productivity.

via The Ten Commandments for Freelancers | The Freelancer, by Contently.

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