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How to: Create a “Likable” Fan Page

One of the most notable tools that's exploding almost exponentially today is the use of Facebook fan pages. An interesting statistics you can check is a post at Allfacebook.com that lists down the top pages in terms of number of fans and growth rate. And of course they also have the category where you certainly

How to: Create a “Likable” Fan Page

How To Deal With Late Payments

Every once in a while there may come a time when payments just don't seem to arrive when you most expect them. And worse, it sometimes comes when bills are due to your internet or electricity which is vital for the continuity of operation of your work. Should you then get the phone and ring

How To Deal With Late Payments

Freelancer’s Training Ground

Clarence Paul describes call center tenure as "As transient as the phone calls that agents make or take". Representative Raymond "Mong" Palatino, dubbed it as an industry that's filled with “hellos” and “goodbyes.” Others call it as the "sunshine industry" because of it's great contribution when the world economies were actually in the darkness of

Freelancer’s Training Ground

How to Benefit From Online Job Trends

Job trends data provide a wealth of information that's invaluable to entrepreneurs and job seekers in helping make intelligent decisions. As outlined by Trends Research, an authority in providing trend information, it: * Allows you to anticipate change, recognize the implications, and take proactive strategies * Alerts you to the trends shaping the future and

How to Benefit From Online Job Trends

6 People You Should Talk to Before You Start a Freelance Career

Many people decide based on their emotions and not on what is logical or what is practical. And most of these decisions are done in haste which almost always ends in frustration. It's good to be enthusiastic but it's better to be wise. In freelancing, it's the same way. Take things with caution and decide

6 People You Should Talk to Before You Start a Freelance Career

Project Jobs Fit (Part I)

"Many fresh graduates have a hard time finding jobs because their skills and educational background do not fit the needs of businesses" Whether you agree or not with the above statement by the Bureau of Local Employment (BLE), let's face it, finding a job is not as easy as you think it is. And getting

Project Jobs Fit (Part I)

Is Online Freelancing The Right Job for You?

I did have the same hesitations and questions at the back of my mind before I started my own freelancing. I'm sure it is the same with you at this very moment. It's really difficult to put your hands on the rein when you have a stable job, a regular pay and a good benefit.

Is Online Freelancing The Right Job for You?

Shopaholic Freelancer: From Spending to Investing

I know it's easy to remind people not to buy this or that, but the impulse is really difficult to resist. Because more often than not, it is more tempting to splurge on your wants when you have the money rather than to think on how to wisely spend your hard earned income. So I'm

Shopaholic Freelancer: From Spending to Investing

10 Websites to Keep You Up-to-Date

[ad#250 Image]The web is a vast resource of knowledge that's almost inexhaustible with information. And keeping abreast on what's the latest whether online or offline, local or global, is just a click of the mouse away. But choosing where to get your information is another story. The fact is, there are millions of websites that

10 Websites to Keep You Up-to-Date

Why I Left the Call Center

I left my call center job because my freelance job not only offered me a financially rewarding work, it gave me a lot of place to grow. It has literally raised my earnings from four to five times of what I previously received in my call center work, all in the comfort of my home.

Why I Left the Call Center