Don’t cheat your clients!

21 Mar

I was recently referred by my client to another business owner who needed VA services. In her terms, she would share me for a while (although it is entirely a different contract) because they need someone reliable to continue the work the other VA did. There was nothing wrong with the VA’s work except that […]

The Coworking Trend: Working at Home and Café No More

10 Dec

This is a guest post written by Anna Garcia of Regus Philippines. Thank you Anna!Inside a coffee shop, you will encounter several types of people. There are the students who are either studying for tests or just enjoying a few moments of peace. There are also the young adults who are indulging in casual conversations. […]

Work at Home Site #1: Write Articles and Get Paid

22 Oct

When I first started working online a few years back, I wrote articles and got paid for it. I was new to online freelancing and was receiving $1 an article then (ouch! I know, that’s pretty cheap). Because I didn’t know better I continued writing for that rate  for a few months. Then, I thought […]

Freelancer Interview Series: September R., Personal Assistant/Project Manager

7 Aug

Our next featured freelancer is a teammate of mine on Odesk. We were hired at about the same time by the same client, but she’s working more on our client’s local business while I’m in charged of the client’s businesses on the web. September (Tep) has an extensive working experience for a local BPO, but […]

Freelancer Interview Series: Mikhail T., Estimator, CAD Operator

30 Jun

My first interviewee for the Freelancer Interview series is a good friend of mine, Mikhail. He has been working from home for quite some time now as an estimator, CAD drafter, and everything related to Civil Engineering works. Here is what transpired during our interview:1.How long have you been working online? 1 ½ years Continue […]