Small Business and Freelancing Roundup: Week of 20/12/19Written by Aleks on December 20, 2019
Ho ho ho, Merry Christmas from InvoiceBerry team! Christmas time is right here and we wish you a wonderful holiday season.
Let’s have a look at the latest news for small businesses and freelancers this week.
1. Instagram can be a great tool for your small business if you know how to use it right. Check here how in 4 steps you can grow your small biz with Instagram.
2. Managing multiple clients and keeping a high quality of services can be difficult at times and requires efficient management of time. Check out this article for the best practices of managing multiple clients.
3. Are you using Twitter to reach out to new customers? Twitter is a great platform to engage people as it has over 100 million users daily. Have a read here to find out the benefits of Twitter.
4. Did you know that online customers don’t like shipping costs? Even low shipping costs can decrease your customer interest in your products. Find out more in this article.
5. 2020 is around the corner but you still got some time to take care of a few aspects. Here’s how to reduce your taxes and improve your retirement before 2020 starts.
6. Direct deposit is safer, cheaper and your employees won’t have to go to the back on paydays. Check here the pros and cons of direct deposit.
7. TrustRadius surveyed over 1,000 tech buyers and vendors to create B2B Disconnect Report. Check it out here.
Freelancing & Entrepreneurship
1. Some of the freelance skills can help you earn more than 88% of workers in the US economy. Check here the new list of in-demand freelance jobs.
2. Are you considering becoming a video freelancer? Here’s how to be the best to work with a video freelancer.
3. New California law restricted many companies like Vox Media or Uber from hiring freelancers. Here’s how the new law affected independent contractors.
4. Staying healthy and active can help you avoid burnout as an entrepreneur. Check here what wellness-focused CEOs do to stay healthy and focused at work.
5. More and more people decide to become an entrepreneur and leave their office jobs. Alquincia Selolwane shares her experience and gives the best advice for successful entrepreneurship.
That’s it for this week. Tune in after Christmas for more!