Month: March 2016

Drip Pro Tools

by on March 26, 2016

What if you could only show your opt-in form to people who aren’t already on your mailing list? And what if you could use the space you’ve been using for your opt-in form to promote your product if the person viewing is already a customer? Or what if you could upsell your more premium products and services…

Student Success Story with LaTanya White

by on March 24, 2016

In 2016, we’re continuing to share a different story every couple of weeks of how a past student has been able to significantly grow their freelance business by applying the concepts they learned from Double Your Freelancing (check out our last one, a follow-up with QuHarrison Terry).  If you feel your story would be a…

I’m Doubling Down On Double Your Freelancing

by on March 17, 2016

I’ve officially sold Planscope, my first product business, and I’m now more committed than ever to DoubleYourFreelancing. Today I’ll tell you a bit about why I sold the company, what I’ve been working on recently, and what’s next for the site and the community. On November 26th, 2011 I made my first commit to the…

Student Success Story Followup with QuHarrison Terry

by on March 12, 2016

In 2016, we’re continuing to share a different story every couple of weeks of how a past student has been able to significantly grow their freelance business by applying the concepts they learned from Double Your Freelancing (check out last week’s with Nate Nordstrom).  If you feel your story would be a good fit, share…

Financial Independence For Freelancers

by on March 11, 2016

You know it’s important to save money. For retirement. For unexpected big expenses. And — especially as a freelancer — if you end up in a prolonged dry spell with no client work. Even though we all know that we should be saving, few people do. In fact, 62% of Americans have no money on hand for emergencies. It’s bad. Really…