Today on creator spotlight we have Hal Gatewood, a web developer from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. I’m sure you’ve seen his awesome device photopacks around. Let’s ask Hal how did this idea came to him, but first..
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If you’re reading these words, chances are you’re connected to the Internet (unless you’re reading this from your Pocket).
And as every human being who has roamed the realms of the Interwebs, you thought about starting a blog at some point.
Which means that you have asked one (or more) of these questions:
Well, turns out there’s a good answer for every single one of these questions. Read on to find out what it is.
You’ve been lied to, manipulated, and deceived. The iWorkRemotely revolution is not what it seems to be.
As office rent prices continue to soar globally, employers all around the world have reached a secret agreement to encourage their employees to work remotely.
What does this mean for you personally? Who can you trust in this quest for sanity? Let’s debunk the myths you’ve been told about working remotely.
Setting your Buffer full of articles they recommend in Daily for as long as two weeks forward is sure tempting. All the hard work has been done and the results are almost handed to you on a silver platter. Set it and forget it. No more wondering what to share on social media.
But how long do you think people will read your social media updates before unfollowing? That’s what I thought.
By diversifying the type of content you share, you’ll be able to attract more followers, increase engagement and reverse the flow of mountain rivers. Just kidding. I’m not promising you more followers.
This list of 22 ideas for social media updates will get you through a whole month.
So you’re not working for a design agency anymore. Congrats. Now you have to work on increasing your visibility as a freelancer. How to do that with the highest resources generated / resources spent ratio and get more freelance work this year?