Matt Lambert

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Freelance Startup Guide out today!

By admin on May 26th, 2015 in Freelance

My new eBook, the Freelance Startup Guide, was released today. After 15+ years of working as a freelancer, I decided to write a book about my experiences. The guide is everything you need to know to start and grow your own freelance business.

what will I learn?

The eBook is packed with valuable content, some of the key things you’ll learn include: How to start a freelance business, providing great customer service, how many clients you need and how to get them, learn to close the deal and write a proposal, how to price your services and increase your rates over time, personal branding, growth hacking for freelancers, networking & speaking, how to get started with passive income, and much more.

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The Secret to Successful Freelancing

By admin on May 5th, 2015 in Freelance

The biggest secret to becoming a successful freelancer is customer service. No it’s not crazy awesome design skills or the ability to be the best programmer in the world. It’s something as simple as how you treat people. Good work delivered on time is always better than great work delivered late. Here’s a strategy to follow for providing excellent customer service.

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Announcing the Freelance Startup Guide

By admin on May 1st, 2015 in Freelance

I haven’t had much to say on the blog recently because I’ve been busy writing my third eBook! The book is called the Freelance Startup Guide and it’s the complete guide to starting your own freelance business.

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Everything I Know About Freelancing

By admin on February 13th, 2015 in Freelance

For roughly the past 17 years I’ve been working as a part-time or full-time freelancer. From late 90’s angelfire hosted client sites up to national web and print campaigns, I’ve pretty much done it all. Nowadays I don’t do that much client work. I prefer to work on building and growing my own products and teaching. As I was brainstorming new topics to teach about, my experience with freelancing was an obvious choice. Instead of breaking this down into a bunch of posts, I figured I’d write a monster one. These are my experiences, I hope you find them useful.

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