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Brennan Dunn
Laura Elizabeth
Brennan Dunn & Laura Elizabeth Co-owners, DoubleYourFreelancing.com

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Guide to Bookkeeping for Freelancers Part 1

In part one of this two-article series on freelance business finances, we will focus on businesses that are just starting out. If you’ve been in the game for a while,…

What Does It Mean To Be A Freelancer?

I recently was asked to speak at the 99U conference in New York City. Expectedly, I talked about freelancing. But I wanted to focus on what it meant to freelance. What…

Is Becoming A Freelancer Right For You?

It’s the time of the year where people start thinking about resolutions. Eating right. Exercising more. Becoming a better partner or parent. It’s also when entrepreneurially-minded employees start to question whether…

The Ultimate Guide To Starting A Freelancing Business (2020 Edition)

Over the last few years, I’ve been on a lot of podcasts (for a complete list, see here). When I’m interviewed about freelancing and consulting, I inevitably get asked the following question: If…

Should You Ever Work For Free?

“This will be huge for your portfolio.” “If this works out, it’ll lead to a lot of paid work from us.” We’ve all been approached by people who want free…

How Freelancers Can Kickstart Their Audience

Let’s get real and talk about the one prerequisite needed prior to any discussion around setting your rates, writing proposals, or up-selling retainers and productized consulting. Finding clients. For many…

How To Prepare Yourself To Quit Your Job And Go Freelance

Malcolm writes, “It gets harder to contemplate going full time when your day job has a very high salary, great benefits, room for advancement and is in a explosive growth…

Is Selling Your Services On Fiverr Worth It?

A friend of mine posted on Facebook that he had listed himself on Fiverr, which is a marketplace of people willing to do all sorts of things for $5. Well,…

3 Easy Steps To Finding Your First Client

So you’ve been thinking about becoming a freelancer, but you’re worried about being able to get your first client, and making sure that you have enough work to pay your…