Breaking Up with Freelance Clients (And Why It’s Actually Good for Your Business) – Event Recap

As 2019 wound down, copywriter Kristen Hicks spoke to Freelance Austin members about how to start the new year on a strong note: Break up with clients who are toxic or just aren’t a good fit.    Keep The Right People On Your Client List Kristen gave us practical advice on why it’s important to keep our client list full…

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Health Insurance Shopping Tips for Freelancers – Event Recap

Last month Molly Moore, Health Plan Lead at Decent, joined Freelance Austin to help us understand the confusing world of health insurance. With Open Enrollment for 2020 running from November 1st to December 15th, 2019, it’s not too late to get coverage. Thanks to Molly, we freelancers are now better educated on how to choose a plan that’s right for…

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March Meeting Recap: Successful Sales Strategies for Freelancers

Myrna King has more than 25 years of experience selling services in finance, computer technology, and marketing. Myrna is a business and personal coach and co-founder of Austin Coaching Coalition and the Small Business Festival. She loves providing results to happy clients and discovering new ways to win together. As co-organizer of a local TEDx women’s conference, Myrna appreciates the…

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February Meeting Recap: How to Break Into Content Marketing

It’s no secret that the internet has transformed the media world. Traditional media channels like print newspapers and magazines have been forced to consolidate or fold as subscriptions and readership continue to dwindle. This presents a challenge to most freelancers trying to eke out a living through traditional outlets. But it isn’t all bad news. Even as traditional media channels…

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January Meeting Recap: Create More Content in Less Time

At Freelance Austin’s January event, Sheila Scarborough of Tourism Currents talked with us about how to create more content in less time. Her talk covered topics including how to share one item in many places, one idea in different ways, resharing your archives and repurposing previous content into new pieces. Sheila started her talk by stating that the only outlets…

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December Meeting Recap: Using LinkedIn to Network and Grow Your Freelance Business

When many of us think of networking, we envision awkward meet-and-greet functions with stacks of business cards exchanging hands among complete strangers. But thanks to LinkedIn, the massive platform for professionals that boasts 562 million users worldwide, networking has gone digital. If you’re like many busy freelancers, a LinkedIn profile is something you set up a while ago and haven’t…

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