• How to Create Your Own Freelance Website

    How to Create Your Own Freelance Website

    If you’re serious about freelancing for a living, you need to create your own freelance website. After all, this will serve as your personal online space where you can direct potential clients to tell them more about you, your work and what you can do for them. That said, it’s not enough just to have a mediocre website. It needs to be beautiful yet practical and — above all — professional. […]


  • 15 Blogging Lessons I’ve Learned During a Pandemic

    15 Blogging Lessons I've Learned During a Pandemic

    Trying to run any kind of business during a pandemic is nothing short of challenging. And blog-based businesses are no exception, whether you write for other blogs for a living, monetise your own or both (hi, I’m the latter). The truth is, the last six months have been a massive learning curve for us all. We’ve had to pivot our businesses based on which income streams are paying the bills and which aren’t. […]


  • How to Choose the Best Online Business Idea for You

    How to Choose the Best Online Business Idea For You

    Newsflash: it’s impossible for you to achieve all your entrepreneurial dreams if you haven’t even decided on an online business idea. From a product-based fashion store to a service-based graphic design agency, the choices are endless. That said, it’s important to choose the right option for you. After all, this decision could be the difference between a thriving business and one that struggles to get off the ground. […]


  • How to Build Your Freelance Writing Portfolio as a Beginner

    How to Build Your Freelance Writing Portfolio

    One of your first tasks as a new freelance writer is to start creating your freelance writing portfolio. But not just any freelance writing portfolio — it must be in your niche and it must consist of your best samples. (Therefore, if you want to write in the medical niche, the piece of fluff you wrote about how much you love your new puppy might not make the cut — sorry!) […]