5 MORE Answers to Common Freelance Design Questions [Podcast]

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A few days ago, Millo published an article titled “5 Questions to Common Freelance Design Questions“. This podcast (the first of Millo’s audio podcasts) will elaborate on 5 more common freelance design questions. Have a listen and leave your comments below.

The podcast takes about 7 minutes to listen to and contains answers to the following common freelance design questions:

How much should I charge?

What should I include in my portfolio?

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Should blogging be an important part of my freelance design business?

Should I ask the client to pay before or after a project is completed?

How can I be successful without stressing out?

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About Preston D Lee

Preston is an entrepreneur, writer, podcaster, and the founder of this blog. You can contact him via twitter at @prestondlee.

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  1. Brian Jones says:

    Thanks Preston! Good insight and thank you for sharing. I am glad I found you – as an aspiring web and graphic designer I hope to learn a lot from you. Thank you for your support to the community and I wish you all the best!

  2. Thank you, that was a good start. Hope to hear more.

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