For those just joining us, I called out Christine O’Kelly to put her Freelancing Guide to the test for 30 days and build a $1000-$2000 part time revenue stream. These are the continuing adventures …
Today’s post is going to cover:
The last 48 (or so) Hours of Freelance Smackdown Activity
Second Thoughts and Refining My Ideas
They May Take My Rates, But They’ll Never Take My Freedom
I Still (Want To) Know What You Did Last Summer (For Pay)
Good Things Come To Those Who Expect Them
We’re No One Without Someone Else
The Last 48 (Or So) Hours of Freelance Smackdown Activity
‘Tis Friday, and I’m closing in on the end of Freelance Smackdown: Week One. Total bank for part time freelancing since I read the eBook is $505, though to be technical, only $140 of that was after the call-out. But I’ll count the whole $505 since it’s all post-eBook freelance earnings.
I started to put out the word via email to a few SEO shops that I am available for writing services, along with my rates, but I’m backing off on that strategy. Not because it’s a bad strategy (it’s actually a great one), but because of some bigger picture concerns I’ll go into below.