Everything you need to know to create a website that will work for you and your business.
To be comfortably successful as a freelancer, you need to find ways to make money as efficiently as possible.
Many remote workers, particularly those in creative fields, find it difficult to find the right balance between their personal and professional lives. Here are some ways to keep the burnout at bay.
Tons of small business owners and freelancers have successfully marketed themselves on a budget. You can too!
As a freelancer paid by the hour or project, it can feel as though there aren’t enough hours in the day to maximize your earnings. Here are 4 ways freelancers have increased their earnings without putting in more hours.
So you’ve opened a handmade shop selling some awesome artisanal product… that’s where your work ends, right? Erica, President of aftcra, shares her expert opinion and provides advice on what you need to know to get your handmade shop discovered by buyers.
Whether you’re looking to give back or earn more, teaching online will set you up to achieve your goals this fall.
Get designer and illustrator Mikey Burton's thoughts on doing what you love and succeeding as a freelancer.
One of the easiest ways to get started building a creative business on the internet is through social media. Here are ten tips and tricks to get you started!
The hustle can be a challenge. At Skillshare, we have learned a ton from our teachers about how to maintain a freelancing career and believe that with the right tools in place, you can be more successful than ever before.
Do you find yourself in your office cubicle, dreaming of a day when you can quit your day job and freelance full-time? While taking that leap can be exhilarating, it’s also a pretty big change to navigate. Here are 7 tips from Skillshare members who’ve made the transition to freelancing full-time. While they’ve never looked back, they definitely have some advice you don’t want to miss.
You might already know a few teachers making over $30K a year on Skillshare. Still, you might be wondering how exactly that revenue breaks down month by month, and what it would look like for you. So, we reached out to a few teachers who just started teaching on Skillshare this year to see how much they really made in their first 3 months on Skillshare.
We sat down with teacher Andrea Campos to get her advice on how she juggles her full time job and freelance clients. See why she makes time to teach on Skillshare and how she fits teaching, over 10,000 students, into her busy schedule.
Freelance graphic designer and animator Faye Brown teaches 11,000 students on Skillshare. We sat down with Faye to learn how she juggles freelancing, family and teaching as a creative professional, and gather some advice for those looking to make the leap to self-employment.
Teela Cunningham has taught over 8,000 students since teaching her first class on Skillshare 9 months ago. Since then, the supplemental income from her Skillshare classes gave Teela the confidence and support she needed to quit her job and pursue her entrepreneurial dream.