TAG » freelance

  1. A to Z of things that freelancers don’t get paid for (and other benefits we lose out on)

    17 May 2021 by Dee Primett

    Dee Primett’s handy list of things for freelancers to remember when they’re deciding what to charge for their work

  2. Coworking spaces — a good option or not worth the money?

    29 January 2020 by Editor

    Lisa Dellow delves into the positive and negatives of shared-office spaces.

  3. How to find copywriting clients who share your values

    18 November 2019 by Kathy Sharpe

    Kathy Sharpe’s ideas for identifying copywriting clients you’ll feel good about working with.

  4. I’m in a different world: adjusting to the freelance mindsetSilhouette of a person standing on a hill at sunset.

    19 July 2019 by Editor

    Sean Patrick Hand on the change in perspective that happens when you start working for yourself.

  5. Freelance creatives! Spare a thought for your clients

    6 June 2019 by Jonathan Wilcock

    Jonathan Wilcock on why he thinks empathy is the best policy.

  6. My first six months as a freelancer

    19 December 2018 by Matthew Drzymala

    Matthew Dryzmala’s account of the start of his foray into the world of freelancing.

  7. Why you don’t need a specialist freelance copywriter

    28 November 2018 by Jonathan Wilcock

    Jonathan Wilcock says a firm no to copywriting niches.

  8. How to get a mortgage when you’re self-employedThe words "until debt tear us apart" stencilled on a brick wall in black capital letters.

    10 October 2018 by André Spiteri

    Andre Spiteri’s helpful summary of the dos and don’ts of applying for a mortgage when you work for yourself.

  9. Five top tips for overcoming loneliness as a sole traderPerson standing alone in a field.

    27 June 2018 by Elizabeth Hibbert

    Elizabeth Hibbert’s tips for overcoming isolation if you work on your own.

  10. How to take time off without killing your businessWaves on a beach at sunset

    30 May 2018 by Editor

    Karen Marston’s advice on taking a break without having a breakdown.

  11. Tom Rigby — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

    21 May 2018 by Editor

    “Writer’s block is your mind’s way of telling you to take a break and free your mind. You have to accept that no amount of intently staring at the screen, banging your head on the desk or swearing loudly at no-one in particular, is going to work.”

  12. Will this help you p-p-p-pick up your next project?

    16 May 2018 by Katherine Wildman

    Katherine Wildman asks what makes you different, and what do you want your clients and peers to associate you with?