Self Employed on the Web
Do you want to learn how to work better on the web? Let’s look at ways that you can improve your workflow, automate some common tasks, and offload the things that you don’t want to do to focus on the parts of working for yourself that you chose in the first place!
I’ve run a web development company for the past seven years. Most of that time was self-employed, but I’ve also worked for others, in teams, hired contractors, and been a contractor. There are pros and cons to each of these, and I’m here to discuss my experiences, as well as how to get the best out of these situations.
Let’s look at ways that you can improve your workflow, automate common tasks, and offload things that you don’t want to do to focus on the things you chose in the first place!