This July, my community Starving Artists launched our first newsletter. Since its inception this January, Starving Artists has quickly grown. In an effort to provide support and resources for artists, creatives and entrepreneurs, we decided a monthly newsletter would be the best way to get information out to our audience quickly and frequently.
For anyone looking to get into freelancing or scale their side business, it can seem quite daunting. As a freelancer, you are in control of the work you do, how you get paid, and how you establish your own brand in the ever-saturating landscape of freelancers and contractors.
So…you’re just starting your blogging journey and things aren’t going exactly how you thought they would. It’s been weeks, months, maybe even a year…and you aren’t as successful as you thought you’d be.
As a start-up or “young” business, one of the biggest struggles is making the most out of a small budget: for marketing, for managing your business, for growing and scaling.
Influencer marketing: either you love it or hate it, but the fact is, more brands are tuning into this area of promotion in order to reach more of their target audiences.
Working as a freelance writer for nearly two years, I can’t say it’s been a smooth ride. I decided to become a full-time freelancer when I closed my handmade jewelry business.
It’s no secret that our social media feeds are becoming more and more video-based; and Instagram, one of the most popular social networks around, is no different.
Social media plays an important role in our marketing efforts as a blogger, empowering us to put our content in front of a vast number of people every day.