While it may still take 14+ hours for someone to fly from New York City to Japan, the world has certainly gotten smaller when considering how quickly you can actually plan and book the trip itself. From the flight to your accommodations, tours to days at a spa, the Internet has made the hospitality industry that much more hospitable as it relates to convenience.
In the gig economy of today, marketing yourself as a freelance writer, designer, photographer, or any other sort of creative is not only vital for success, but necessary for securing consistent work.
Google search’s ability to find content directly connected to the words we put in, as well as matching our intent, never fails to amaze. This intelligent and predictive search capability is known as a semantic search.
When you’re just getting started as a freelancer, it can be hard to justify adding any new expense to your fledgling business. In the early months of going out on your own, it can take some time to become profitable (and get paid!) and at the beginning, your focus is primarily on making rent and praying that you’ll be able to eat more than oatmeal and ramen noodles for every meal.
Creating the written content for your online portfolio can seem like an overwhelming prospect when considering the entire process as a whole. Each page requires multiple necessary elements for telling the story of your business and work, while also encouraging visitors to get in touch with you to discuss business opportunities. If writing really isn’t your thing, the idea of sitting down and getting everything done can be something that ends up getting pushed back indefinitely.
The term “digital nomad” gets thrown around a lot as the ideal for making money doing what you love, in a way that makes you location independent. Severing your connection to physical locations and time zones enables you to make world travel more than just a once-in-awhile vacation plan. As a digital nomad, you can bring your work just about anywhere you please, jumping from country to country as often as you’d like.
There are many different occasions for which to give gifts during the year, regardless of what exactly you celebrate. On top of gift-giving holidays like Christmas or Hannukah, there are plenty of additional gift-giving occasions to be thinking about: birthdays, graduations, and other rites of passage.
ThemeKeeper Elements is the freelance designer’s ideal resource for growing and managing their business. It’s not exactly new to market, having launched in August 2016, but new features and resources are constantly being added to ThemeKeeper Element’s library each week.
Over the course of the film we follow the lives of Helen Levi, owner of her own pottery business, Zipeng Zhu, a hilarious, daring graphic designer, Adriana Urbina, an upstart chef running a pop-up dinner series, and Alex Trochut, an icon in the world of typography.