Month: February 2016

Student Success Story with Nate Nordstrom

Student Success Story with Nate Nordstrom

by on February 26, 2016

This is an ongoing series where we share how a past student has been able to significantly grow their freelance business by applying the concepts they learned from Double Your Freelancing. If you feel your story would be a good fit, share why.     Hi Nate! Tell us about yourself – Who are you…

Student Success Story with Princess Clemente

Student Success Story with Princess Clemente

by on February 19, 2016

This is an ongoing series where we share how a past student has been able to significantly grow their freelance business by applying the concepts they learned from Double Your Freelancing. If you feel your story would be a good fit, share why.     Princess Clemente is a graphic designer who specializes in professional…

Get involved in a local meetup with other business-minded freelancers

by on February 11, 2016

I’m going to try a little experiment. A few weeks ago I surveyed my list. And one thing that kept coming up was that you wanted more community interaction… especially on a local level. In 2015, we hosted our first Double Your Freelancing conference in Virginia and had freelancers from all over the world in attendance. This…

The Ultimate System For Automatically Qualifying, Scheduling, and Preparing New Project Leads

by on February 3, 2016

Long before I got into consulting I used to sell leads to mortgage brokers. (If you want to talk about shady, look into generating and selling leads for mortgage brokers. Sheeesh.) We sold leads for about $100 a pop, which was about 20x more than most other lead providers were charging. Companies like LendingTree would generate…

Panning for Smaller Offerings

by on February 1, 2016

How to Develop What You’re Already Good At Into New Lines of Business (This article has been contributed by Nick Disabato of Draft.nu, author of The A/B Testing Manual and co-host of Make Money Online, a podcast about running an independent consulting business. Want to read more from Nick? He writes a letter to his friends every…