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Comments on: Dribbble Invite Giveaway! http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/ The ONLY online community for students that want to ROCK at freelancing! Tue, 09 Oct 2012 09:48:47 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 By: Brittani Franco http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/#comment-7750 Mon, 17 Oct 2011 05:32:57 +0000 http://studentsthatfreelance.com/?p=769#comment-7750 Most definitely, that sounds like a really intriguing idea. I’m all curious now, haha. Some sort of freelance-startup guide organized into a “book” would be a really valuable resource and something I’m sure quite a few readers would find very helpful!

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By: Amber Leigh Turner http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/#comment-7735 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 19:58:39 +0000 http://studentsthatfreelance.com/?p=769#comment-7735 I got em! Thanks for sending them!

What to actually put in a portfolio site is tricky, something I am struggling with myself. Of course, first and formost, clients want to see your work in an easy to read and understand fashion. Next, they will want to know what you did on the project–did you design and code it or just one or the other. Finally, the more educated client will look at the technologies that you used, such as WordPress or Javascript for websites, or Illustrator and Photoshop for design. But I can dig deeper and put it all in an article. Great idea since the portfolio is your lifeline!

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By: Amber Leigh Turner http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/#comment-7734 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 19:54:21 +0000 http://studentsthatfreelance.com/?p=769#comment-7734 This is hitting more on the salesmanship side of freelancing. I took a salesmanship class and learned tons that I could sum up and put in an article or two, especially the points that I think student freelancers should pay attention to the most.

Always remember, half of success is just showing up!

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By: Amber Leigh Turner http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/#comment-7733 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 19:53:12 +0000 http://studentsthatfreelance.com/?p=769#comment-7733 Motivation is always a great topic of mine to talk about, so I can definitely write about keeping motivated as a student freelancer, especially with demanding schedules and the roller coaster incomes that come with freelancing. Great idea!

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By: Amber Leigh Turner http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/#comment-7732 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 19:52:03 +0000 http://studentsthatfreelance.com/?p=769#comment-7732 Web development is a HUGE field! So maybe it is worth posting an article (or series of articles) that talk more about certain fields of freelancing and what you could do in each field? Maybe feature some interviews from freelancers in those fields too? Oh the possibilities!

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By: Amber Leigh Turner http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/#comment-7731 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 19:50:57 +0000 http://studentsthatfreelance.com/?p=769#comment-7731 I have plans to make a special “book” (I use the term loosely) that will help student freelancers know how to get started… may end up being a series type “book.” Don’t want to give too many details, but would that be something that would interest you?

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By: Brittani Franco http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/#comment-7730 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 19:41:56 +0000 http://studentsthatfreelance.com/?p=769#comment-7730 I would say, both. 🙂 But probably leaning more towards those pertaining directly to the mechanics of freelancing itself–all the bits and pieces and considerations and processes that a freelancer needs to be able to do. ( Like, as you said, invoicing.) Breaking all that down into bite size pieces as you’ve done in some of your tutorials is a huge help and very insightful.

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By: Tung http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/#comment-7723 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 17:55:30 +0000 http://studentsthatfreelance.com/?p=769#comment-7723 I meant that I have visit/follow on this blog/site of yours from time to time ever since I was introduced to this blog/site of yours by a friend.
So what I’m trying to summarize is that in your next article to post in near future is about good Motivational Starting points for things to help motivate one self to do something or be more active.

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By: S Chan http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/#comment-7720 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 16:56:54 +0000 http://studentsthatfreelance.com/?p=769#comment-7720 Just send you some snaps 🙂 I think i would want to know more about getting clients, and what kind of info people actually look for in your portfolio website.

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By: Amber Leigh Turner http://studentsthatfreelance.com/blog/giveaways-and-promotions/dribbble-invite-giveaway/#comment-7718 Sun, 16 Oct 2011 16:22:11 +0000 http://studentsthatfreelance.com/?p=769#comment-7718 Living abroad and freelancing brings up alot of legal issues as far as taxes and contracts go. Not sure if many student freelancers will be living abroad and freelancing. I know at my university there is only 20 students or so that is studying abroad, and that is out of 10,000. Is there something specific about living abroad and freelancing that you are wanting to know more about?

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