It’s no secret that we here at Digital Inkwell are pretty stoked about freelancing. We love everything about freelancing.
And why not? After all, it’s an excellent way to be your own boss and enjoy all the benefits of self-employment, without the stress of managing stuff like inventory and payroll! You can work from home, or your favorite wi-fi equipped coffee shop. You can work in your pajamas, even — well, assuming you go the home-office route. (The local coffee shop might have something to say about it.)
Turns out that our friends at Invoice2Go are pretty down with freelancing, too. In fact, they’re so stoked about freelancing that they created this amazing infographic all about how you can be a more effective – and more highly paid! – freelancer.
And Invoice2Go knows their finance stuff, by the way. Check out their invoicing template that solopreneurs of all kinds can use to create personalized invoices for free. Three simple steps and you’re off and invoicing!
Invoicing is the lifeblood of any freelancer’s business. If you don’t create systems that help you invoice your clients at the right time, and in the right way, you’ll struggle to achieve any kind of consistency in your income stream.
You may also experience an uncomfortably high rate of delayed payments, which can actually become a habit among some clients. That’s no way to run a business.
Even if you’re an experienced freelancer, you’ll find something useful at Invoice2Go – and in the infographic below, for that matter. Sometimes, all it takes is a slight tweak to your systems in order to turn a struggling business into a successful one. (We’d especially recommend implementing the tips on networking. It’s still predominantly all about who you know.)
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