Public WiFi Security: Essential Tips for Freelancers

Public WiFi Security: Essential Tips for Freelancers
Public WiFi security isn't the most exciting topic. But for freelancers, it is a critical issue. When you use public WiFi, you could be opening yourself up to data theft, identity fraud, and even stalking. And if you're working for corporate clients, your laptop could be the weak link in the chain; a way to spread viruses and malware that wreaks havoc for the entire company. Here's everything you need to know to ensure that your data, and your clients'

How to Be a Content Writer’s Favourite Client

How to Be a Content Writer’s Favourite Client
Finding a good content writer can be tough. Once you find your perfect writer, you'll have to work hard keep them on-side long-term. Over time, content writers can drift into other long-term contracts, change their business priorities or raise their prices. It's not uncommon to strike up a relationship with a content writer and find that you lose touch with them, or find that their rates have inexplicably risen out of your price band. (I say '

PeoplePerHour apologise for service fee hike

PeoplePerHour staff have posted a new forum thread with an announcement about their new fees. Over one year, a freelancer issuing a weekly £10 invoice could expect to pay £23.40 commission. They now pay £104, and the new fees were applied from last week. On the day the new fees kicked in, no part of the site had been changed and no announcement had been made. Freelancers do not disagree with the new fees, but they are angry that they were introduced with
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