The Power of Free and Cheap in an Expensive Market

Today's post is a business lesson, and one that can be applied to almost any line of work. More and more businesses today are finding themselves being priced out of the market by competitors using completely different business models, delivery methods, or concepts. For many, it eventually means the end of the road. For others, … Continue reading The Power of Free and Cheap in an Expensive Market

Making the Transition to Self-Employment: Some of the Do’s and Don’ts

This is a guest post from Julian, who writes a blog called Frugaal, covering all kinds of ways to address bad spending habits.  While today's post is not exactly encouraging of self-employment, I agree with it in the sense that working for yourself is not a decision to be made lightly, especially if you're responsible … Continue reading Making the Transition to Self-Employment: Some of the Do’s and Don’ts

Why I Created an LLC for my Online Work

Early last year, I made the decision to incorporate all of my online work under a single limited liability company (LLC). At this point, I was already making a small side income from my blogging and freelance writing, with all forecasts and expectations pointing to continued growth. Moving to a formalized business structure made all … Continue reading Why I Created an LLC for my Online Work