Time. There just isn’t enough of it. Ask any freelance content writer what their biggest concern happens to be at any given moment, and unless they are right in the middle of some other malady, they will tell you that there are not enough hours in the day to do … Continue reading »
Traditional management styles are built around strict adherence to authority. Workers are expected to be “passive”. They take orders, they follow instructions, and they follow. This style of management works quite well for assembly line and factory work, but its terribly counterproductive in fields where innovation, creativity, networking, and service play a crucial role – which is to say, most modern workplaces.
If you’re a freelancer, regardless of whether you’re a web developer, designer or writer, then you have probably considered and understand why it takes a lot more discipline and motivation to stay focused on the task than let your mind (and fingers) wander elsewhere. There seems to be just too … Continue reading »
Inviting other bloggers and writers to become co-authors is one great way to expand one’s blog. Assuming the recruiting of writers part is being taken care of, the next big problem you could be facing is management. Managing multiple authors for a blog is never an easy task. It’s often … Continue reading »