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28.11.14  When things go wrong on a freelance job  |  What should you do when you’re faced with a nightmare and an angry client? Jo Duxbury chats about eight steps to follow when handling a mess.

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28.11.14  The numbers of freelancing  |  What sort of person is statistically most likely to be a successful  small business owner or freelancer? In this month's The Stable Door column, Tiffany Markman looks at the statistics.

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28.11.14  PERMANENT PLACEMENT: Mid/senior digital designer, JHB  | Great opportunity for a middleweight or senior digital designer to join a small digital agency based in Johannesburg. *Note this is a PERMANENT placement, not freelance.*

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17.11.14  Taking the leap from freelancer to entrepreneur  |  The main difference between a freelancer and an entrepreneur is the individual's emphasis on growth, and the ability to generate wealth – not only for themselves, but for others too.

Marketing Head of Sanlam Business Market, Kobus Engelbrecht talks about what is needed for freelancers to take that next business step. Read more at Bizcommunity.

 
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28.10.14  Freelancers, here's how to set your rates  |  We always wonder how much to charge. Quote too high, and the potential client may hire someone else. Go in at a lower price, and you might end up earning less than you could have. It sure is tricky!

But Laura Shin suggests keeping three factors in mind: your budget, how good you are at what you do, and how much time you have. Read more at Forbes.

 
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06.10.14  5 tips to maintain your financial health as a freelancer  |  Are you considering a freelance career? Remember to take your financial health into consideration every step of the way. This will help to ensure that your decision is worth it.

Check out some tips on maintaining your financial health over at NerdWallet.

 
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15.09.14  PERMANENT PLACEMENT: Front and back end web developer, mid-level, JHB  | We have an agency client in Johannesburg who is looking for a mid-level generalist web developer on a PERMANENT basis. You'll need to be comfortable with both back and front end technologies.

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18.08.14  Flourishing in freelance: How to take the plunge  |  The best kind of freelancer is someone who maintains method, has a set work space, and sticks to a schedule. It's not about being able to work in your pyjamas, so treat your day like any other work day.

Check out some more tips on how to flourish as a freelancer.