Business Tips

No matter if you’re just freelancing on your own from time to time, or have a multi-person company, the following business tips will help you achieve your goals, be more effective when working with clients, and grow your revenue. Apart from those tips, our CEO also shares his own thoughts and learnings in monthly transparency reports.

WordPress Freelancers: How to Put Parts of Your Business on Autopilot (Toll Free Numbers, Automating Lead Generation, WordPress Development on Autopilot)

WordPress Freelancers: How to Put Parts of Your Business on Autopilot

I’m officially crappy with email. And it’s not that I don’t care or I can’t be bothered when people contact me. I just seem not compatible with the medium itself. Being a pro blogger and working with WordPress, this doesn’t make my life easy, and especially when dealing with new prospective clients who might be put off by my struggles.

(read more)

How to Find Freelance Writing Jobs: 25 Methods You Can Use Immediately

Find Freelance Writing Jobs

While there are many factors that distinguish high-earning freelance writers from struggling ones, high-earning freelance writers are ultimately more successful not because they are more qualified or more skilled than struggling ones. Instead, they are more successful because they know how to get freelance writing jobs that pay really well.

(read more)

FreshBooks vs. QuickBooks vs. Xero vs. Invoice.to vs. WP-Invoice vs. Sprout Invoices

FreshBooks-vs-QuickBooks-vs-Xero-vs-Invoice.to-vs-WP-Invoice

Running a business imposes a lot of unique challenges. Finding customers, negotiating rates, building a product, marketing that product effectively, minimizing costs, hiring new people, and on and on and on. All of this is what keeps the entrepreneur in you awake at night. And when you finally feel that you have all of the above pretty much figured out, you can still get stuck with issues as boring as bookkeeping or accounting.

(read more)

40+ Shopping Cart Abandonment Rate Statistics for 2020 (Plus How to Recover Carts)

Shopping Cart Abandonment Rate Statistics

It’s 2020, and cart abandonment is still a big problem for ecommerce sites. Actually, the average global shopping cart abandonment rate for online ecommerce is 69.57% (according to 2019 data). Following on from our blog post about abandoned cart emails, we crunched some numbers, and this post collects a number of cart abandonment statistics, both from our own database as well as third-party studies.

(read more)
Scroll to Top