by David Strauss, FstoppersOne of the most difficult aspects of professional photography is dealing with business. This will help… “It can be hard to be a business owner who is prone to shyness and introversion,” says a Shapr user named Gwendolyn, who owns a portrait photography service. She’s voicing a universal concern, particularly among many professional […]Read more "This App Connects Photographers to Endless Business Opportunities"
By: Harley David Rubin Would YOU like a job you can do from home, in your jammies, on your own schedule? Doesn’t that sound great? Then consider becoming a freelancer! Just know — there’s no starting salary, no benefits, no support staff, and no free coffee. And no clients or leads. But if you follow my […]Read more "Your 6 Step Guide to Going Freelance"
by Chris Westfall Chris Westfall wants to help you talk about yourself. As a Keynote Speaker, Writer, and Entrepreneur in Houston, Texas, Chris has taken it upon himself to help others craft their stories. As the US National Elevator Pitch Champion, there’s no one better than Chris to help you master the perfect elevator pitch. […]Read more "What’s Your Story? The Perfect Elevator Pitch"
By Matt McCue, Behance 99U “If you don’t take full advantage of the schedule flexibility that self-employment allows, you’re doing it wrong.” Vacations are a minefield for independent creatives. While the full-time, salaried workforce can take holidays and still get paid, freelancers have to tread carefully—taking time off means not making money. And it’s not […]Read more "5 Ways Freelance Creatives Make Unpaid Time-Off Work"
by The Glassdoor Team When it comes to the interview process, research and preparation for the interview can often times determine your chances of making it to the next step. One of the best ways to get ready for a job interview is to practice your responses to any and all interview questions – even […]Read more "The 50 Most Common Interview Questions"
June 27, 2013 by Dawn Boyer, ClearedJobs.net Its been a long while since I posted anything even remotely related to my tab “Job Tips and Networking” so here goes. To be general… …Many job seekers put too much information on their resume. Unfortunately this extra information may hinder their job search efforts. Recruiters look for […]Read more "Nine Things Not to Have on Your Resume and Nine Alternatives"
April 3, 2013 by For almost a decade, Realitystaff has proved that the internet really can help you find a great production job, or help you hire great employees. Production Notices has used the power of Facebook to do the same thing. And now, RS and PN are joining forces, and expanding to include every […]Read more "Ready to Staff Me Up?"