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24 Apr

Government Compliance

The usual disclaimer: I’m not an attorney. This article should not be considered legal advice.   At a federal level, there is nothing you need to do to claim that you are in business. Congratulations! You’re a business. And on a local level becoming compliant is typically easier and more intuitive than people usually assume...

17 Apr

I Don’t Give a Shit About Your Drone

Every time I put up a job listing for a camera operator (which, since hiring is a huge part of my job, is very often) there is at least one person who responds including details about their drone. In a certain way, this makes sense. Drone licenses are very hard to get so drone operators..

03 Apr

How to Get Paid When Your Client Stiffs You

This article was written by Steve Pomerantz of Freelance Collection.   Chasing down a client over a late payment is one of the most unpleasant parts about being a freelancer, but you’re unlikely to avoid it. Unfortunately, being stiffed has become a right of passage in the freelance world. Over 70% of freelancers have issues..

20 Mar

The Most Important Part of Freelancing

Freelancing is a complex and constantly evolving beast. So it would be absurdly reductionist to try to boil it all down to one single most important element. Right?   I did it anyway.   If I had to choose just 1 thing that was most important to a freelancer’s success, it would be client retention...

20 Feb

You’re Focusing Too Much On Finding Freelance Work

There is not a day that goes by when I am not asked where to find freelance work. I sympathize- if you don’t know where to start looking you can feel extremely lost. But the fact is, you probably know exactly where to find work. It’s not a secret. It’s much more likely that you’re..