- Producer19/04/2017What exactly is a Freelancer?Everyone today knows what a ‘freelancer’ is: he or she is self-employed and available to do work without being committed to an employer for long-term.Interestingly enough, the origin of the word ‘free-lancer’ goes back to medieval mercenaries who...
- Producer04/03/2017Freerangers: Tell us about you...Hi Folks,Welcome to the Freerangers hive on beBee. Being a freeranger myself, I thought it would be a good idea to have a dedicated hive. What is a freeranger? Well, it's kind of like a freelancer. But maybe you have your own agency, and have others...
Comments05/03/2017 #22 Katyan RoachWell I'm a Social Media Strategist and Coach. I also provide ghost writing services as well as Account Management for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! So really for the small business owner or SoloEntrepreneur who's too busy manage their social media presence effectively, I'm here to help.05/03/2017 #20 @Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopezhttps://www.bebee.com/bee/julio-angel-lopez-lopez
My profile on beBee is my best CV, I like to analyze advertising (media) and contribute ideas. If I do not know about a topic, I investigate it. You may want to know another point of view about a project. Surely we can come to an agreement.05/03/2017 #19 Phil FriedmanPHIL FRIEDMAN, MA
I am a writer/editor, marketer, ghost writer, and marine industry consultant at the Port Royal Group. Some of my background highlights are:
─ 1,000 + PUBLICATIONS IN PRINT AND DIGITAL
─ BUSINESS CONSULTANT
─ FORMER UNIVERSITY PROF IN PHILOSOPHY AND LOGIC
My full profile, including letters of recommendation from prominent industry professionals, can be found at:
A portfolio of past published writing can be viewed at:
Always available to discuss new projects. email@example.com/03/2017 #18 Claire L CardwellI am an architectural designer and marketer by day and an artist and writer by night. Recently I've been helping a friend of mine launch her new venture and will be writing articles and assisting with her social media campaigns. I am also a newly appointed beBee Ambassador and actively promote beBee whenever and wherever I can....05/03/2017 #17 Devesh 🐝 BhattProducts, processes, resources and/or corporate identity. I get you the competitive edge. A sustainable competittive edge at affordable prices.
Help you with the necessary inputs for sound business decisions throught research, analytics, strategic insights(people, processes,market), assessments and a macro view of key incidental factors.
Moreover, i now have an inhouse team and a legitimate Pvt ltd company for business engagements. Just got incorporated this Tuesday after all compliances.
This is a great hive and a good buzz. Thanks05/03/2017 #15 Mario L CastellanosHello everyone! I am a multilingual and hands-on contract consultant within the communications technology, information technology, security, energy, consumer electronics, broadcast communications, telecommunications, hospitality, and government sectors. I specialize in opening new markets for new companies with new products, system solutions and services and turn-around situations. My usual contracts are three to six months but that can vary. Essentially what I do is the same thing you would expect from a Senior Executive in Sales, Marketing, Business Development and/or Operations to do when opening a new market or territory but on a contract basis as opposed to standard employment.05/03/2017 #14 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBeeI write about most any subject, humanitarian issues take a front seat with me. What I don't know, I research and am quite successful at doing so to a certain extent. Of course, some subjects require an expertise far above mine, but I can take what I'm given and humanize it if the subject matter is right.05/03/2017 #11 AnonymousThis is a great out-of-the-box addition! Kudos @Sandra Smith!
My personal motto is, "Not your ordinary engineer," and I live and breathe it everyday by how I solve problems, communicate, and approach work.
I'm an electrical engineer in the electric utility industry with a knack for making technical concepts digestible to people from all experience and knowledge levels. I have created and published newsletters for multiple audiences in both volunteer and professional positions. I am serving as a chair and member for multiple work groups in the Power System Relaying Committee (PSRC), a technical committee under IEEE producing standards and technical papers. Last year, as the lead author on a team, I published a paper related to how we train young engineers in my field.
Let's look at your projects together!04/03/2017 #10 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adds VALUE & RESULTSNo matter what I am doing, I look to add VALUE and improve up to 70%. I am driven by RESULTS.
By day, I've been a BA for over 15 years, contracting the last 5 years. I Analyze Businesses, leveraging existing culture, tools and experts to reveal, translate and drive RESULTS. I adapt to add VALUE, no matter what project or domain.
By night, I blog or help others write their résumés, beBee and LinkedIn profiles, and develop career strategies. Nobody likes selling themselves. Most don’t know how. I got my last job with one tweak to my profile.04/03/2017 #9 David B. GrinbergBy night I'm busy spreading buzz as one of many beBee brand ambassadors worldwide 🐝🐝🇺🇸 By day I'm a communications advisor, social media strategist and writer/editor for a national employer in the USA. I specialize in navigating the intersection of journalism, media relations, social media, PR and branding via a broad range of strategic communications tools and techniques.04/03/2017 #6 debasish majumderi am a tedious but insignificant bee focusing my work of collecting honey and deposit to my hive. i am engrossed in my work and hardly have any time to ponder about fee, though i am struggling simply to eke out. your post is intriguing to me @Sandra 🐝 Smith View morei am a tedious but insignificant bee focusing my work of collecting honey and deposit to my hive. i am engrossed in my work and hardly have any time to ponder about fee, though i am struggling simply to eke out. your post is intriguing to me @Sandra 🐝 Smith! thanks for the share. Close
- Producer01/03/2017How to Offer Services as a Freelancer on beBee Offer your services as a freelancer on beBee. Did you know that you can post your services as a freelancer on beBee? Find out all you all about it in this new edition of beBee Guide! Step 1 Log in and go to the profile tab. Once you are there you...
Comments01/03/2017 #1 Deb 🐝 HelfrichIn case anyone wants to know what happens when someone clicks on the APPLY button for a service that you offer, they will receive a message window pop-up to write you a message and it will appear in your beBee inbox. So the next time you see a message notification, it might be for some new work!
- Producer19/01/20173 Essential Life Hacks for FreelancersThe workplace wellness market is worth a whopping $41 billion.With no boss in sight, corporate wellness is an employment perk that freelancers give up when they go solo.Freelancers are time management ninjas — doing everything from marketing,...
Comments25/01/2017 #13 Karan Johnson#11 Hi Jared,
Thanks for the kind welcome message and sharing my posts in so many hives. Being a newbee, I didn’t even know that some of them existed. I’ll be checking them all out.
I’ve just had a look at Twilight and I wish I came across it before, as I would have tested it and mentioned it in my article.
I think sleep is a work in progress for most of us :)
A huge thank you again for taking the time to read my article and for sharing it.25/01/2017 #11 Jared Wiese, 🐝 adds VALUE & RESULTSHi Karan,
Great first post on beBee. Welcome!
First things first, for welcomes, I'm sharing in the beBee Interviews and Introductions hive.
I love life hacks! There's even a hive for that. Lots of great tips here...
For posture, I'm sharing to the Egoscue Method hive. I often get back pain from sitting at a desk all day. You might check it out. Covers the exercise and HIIT aspects to, hopefully.
For "me-me" time, have you heard of the Miracle Morning? Sharing there too. Gratitude and reflection are so key. Dang, could share in the Tony Robbins hive too!
I'm still working on sleep. But the blue light helps. f.lux seems similar to an app I've been using called Twilight.
Great stuff! Sorry for the delay. Thank you for sharing all this!20/01/2017 #7 Karan Johnson#3 Hi @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, it does take a deliberate daily effort to do non-business related things that make a difference to my health. I can only imagine the challenges that your husband faces managing his IT Consulting Company.
It’s great news that he can take holidays more often. A break can do wonders for recharging the batteries. Thank goodness for remote working and competent employees :). Yay, to him exercising at his home office! Please let me know how he gets on using f.lux.20/01/2017 #5 Karan JohnsonHi @Deb 🐝 Helfrich you’re so right about the ease that bad habits can be created. I must admit that I worked from my bed or sofa when I started freelancing. I think I was slightly rebelling against anything desk-related, as I spent years sitting in an office :).
Neck strain was a sure-fire sign that I needed to change my ways.
Like you, I now have a simple set-up (a desk and chair) that is much more ergonomic. So yes, good posture is absolutely a big part in keeping ourselves well when working from home.20/01/2017 #3 Lisa 🐝 GallagherGreat tips @Karan Johnson. I think it's cool that you recognized what is important and works for you in order to be highly functional without getting ill or having a break down! Because my husband runs his own IT Consulting Co. he doesn't have a choice many times with regards to determining good times to not be on his PC. I will have to relate to him about f.lux you wrote of above, that may help him when he has to be online late at night. He used to take small vacations every 2-3 years but now he can go and not worry because he can work remotely if an issue comes up and he's trained his employees to do much more than they were doing when hired. He related to me he's been taking breaks in his office and doing exercises (his home office, that is). Thanks for this!20/01/2017 #2 Gerald Hecht#1 @Deb 🐝 Helfrich If I understand what you are saying; I am an agreement..."practicing" optimal static and dynamic posture/movement through spacetime is so very vital for the ultimate ride of a lifetime; and it doesn't require any special "functional furniture"...Jacob hurt his his leg after climbing a ladder to heaven and getting ina scuffle with an angel/velvet rope bouncer.
All because instead of sleeping flat on the ground, he felt he had to rest his head on a "rock pillow"...a most unnatural sleeping position for proper oxygenation and avoiding disruptive episodes of apnea.20/01/2017 #1 Deb 🐝 HelfrichWellness while freelancing is crucial, @Karan Johnson, because it can be so easy to work in an unstructured manner and create bad habits.
Posture is a big thing to pay attention to, and it can be easy to use regular relaxing furniture with all our smart devices, but I know I am more focused and productive when I practice structural integrity while working. I have a completely bespoke set-up that almost guarantees good posture.
It is a bunch of random bits of furniture, but they are all at the appropriate heights to enable me to not force myself into strange contortionist positions. That is a very crucial aspect of wellness while working from home.
- 16/10/2016Not all Great Clients Pay in Cashalexischateau.com When I first started freelance writing, I was sixteen years old in college with bills to pay. I enjoyed writing for myself and spent hours working on fictional pieces. However, writing for clients...
- 02/06/2016By James MartinBeyond salaries: what are you worth?www.changeboard.com The topic of senior executive compensation doesn’t stay out of the press for long. Much has been written about the growing disparity between senior executive compensation and that of front line staff. But what does this mean for you, and what do you...
- 24/05/2016Freelancers Make Up 34 Percent of the U.S. Workforce. Here's How to Find, Hire and Manage ThemFreelancers Make Up 34 Percent of the U.S. Workforce. Here's How to Find, Hire and Manage Them.www.entrepreneur.com As full-time employees shift to non-employees in the age of the "gig economy," you've got to learn how to handle this external...