I love to read and I love to learn. And what’s better than reading and learning? Sharing what I’m reading and learning! That’s why I’ve started this Freelancer’s Round-up series. Here you’ll find links to the most helpful posts and resources aimed at freelancers, virtual assistants, and online business owners.
So, let’s take a few minutes, grab a cup of coffee, and our laptops or tablets and enjoy!
The Freelancer’s Round-Up Vol. 5
Do you have a sales funnel that isn’t quite meeting expectations? Hailey gives us 30 ways to fix and optimize your sales funnel when it’s broken.
“Be the person who makes your client’s or editor’s life easier. If you believe in their business, promote them on social media, even if it is not in your contract. The next time they need to refer a writer or VA to a colleague, they won’t hesitate to think of you.”
Shannon tells us how to get our websites ready for GDPR.
Danielle tells us seven ways to get found with local SEO. This is great for brick and mortar and service-area businesses.Check out the latest edition of The Freelancer's Round-Up! With tips for Pinterest, Facebook pages, goal-setting and more! Click To Tweet
Hashtags are everywhere now and this post shows us how to use them on Pinterest.
If you’re feeling a little lost when it comes to creating your marketing plan, check out these 30 marketing plan samples from Coschedule.
Rosie shares 14 colossal mistakes to avoid on your Facebook page. Are you making any of these?
Everyone’s brains work differently, so not all goal setting formulas work for everyone. If you have a creative brain check out, Nadalie’s powerful goal setting formula for creative people
Pinterest has made a lot of changes this year, Suzi goes over some of the important ones for us in How to Use Pinterest in 2018 to Get More Traffic to Your Blog.
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