Chris Holle, Nov 03
The Top 10 Reasons to Sell Your Website
Chris Holle of Flippa explains the ten most common reasons entrepreneurs sell their websites — and how to prepare for the sale.
John Wheeler, Oct 28
How I Made $2,000 in 1.5 Months Starting with a Google Form-Based MVP
John Wheeler explains how he created a bootstrapped minimum viable product and turned it into a moneymaker in less than two months.
Design & UX
Adam Hatch, Oct 27
I'm a Designer: How Do I Deal with a Cease and Desist Letter?
There are few things more disconcerting than getting legal notice from seemingly nowhere. But if you receive a cease and desist letter, Adam has your back.
Sergey Laptick, Oct 20
How & Why to Use the Kanban Methodology for Software Development
You've heard of the Kanban methodology, but why should you use it over more popular software development approaches like SCRUM? Sergey Laptick explains.
Ada Ivanoff, Oct 15
How to Keep Your Employees and Avoid Turnover
Ada Ivanoff looks at the five essential bases you need to have covered to keep your employees and avoid high turnover.
Yassir Sahnoun, Oct 13
6 Proven Strategies for Managing Large Teams of Freelancers
Managing a freelancer or two is easy, but managing large teams of freelancers requires unique strategies. Here are Yassir Sahnoun's tips from experience.
Daniel Schwarz, Oct 04
Why Entrepreneurs Must Develop a Growth Mindset (and How to Do It)
Growth mindsets enable success, while fixed mindsets get in its way. Daniel Schwarz looks at five ways entrepreneurs can develop this outlook.
Paul Maplesden, Sep 28
Here's How to Uncover Your Next Great Business Idea
Paul Maplesden shows you how to explore your skills and interests to come up with interesting business ideas.
Sol Orwell, Sep 22
5 Entrepreneurship Rules I've Learned from Starting 7 Figure Businesses
Sol Orwell, founder of multiple seven figure businesses including Examine.com, talks about five simple rules on entrepreneurship he's learned.
Andrew McDermott, Sep 21
5 Simple Strategies to Double Your Salary
It may sound excessive, but if you're a developer with a plan and determination, you can double your salary. Andrew McDermott explains his strategy.
Daniel Schwarz, Sep 14
Freelancer Mistakes: 5 Things You're Saying to Make Your Client Hate You
There are many stories about clients from hell online, but have you ever been a freelancer from hell? Daniel Schwarz explains five big mistakes we make.
Paul Maplesden, Sep 13
How to Create a Freelance Contract that Benefits You & Your Clients
Paul Maplesden explains why you can't afford to skip freelance contracts, and shows you how to put a basic contract together.
Joshua Kraus, Sep 11
The Freelance Tipping Point: 5 Stories on Leaving the Corporate World
Joshua Kraus talks to four freelancers about the tipping point that made them decide to leave the corporate world behind in favor of freelancing.
Design & UX
John Stevens, Sep 09
3 MORE Clever Psychology Rules for Making Better UX Decisions
Today I have three more innovative ideas from psychology involving human reactions to color, change and attention spans that take things to another level.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Sep 07
Designing for Moral Mornings and Naughty Nights
We like to imagine that our morals and ethics are set in granite, but the reality is they are much more fluid over a 24 period. Can you design for that?
M. David Green, Aug 30
4 Agile Ways to Handle Bugs in Production
Sometimes unexpected bugs threaten to get in the way of your current sprint. Agile expert M. David Green suggests four strategies for dealing with them.
Daniel Schwarz, Aug 29
How to Win When You're Completely Drained or Burnt Out
Burnout isn't fun. At its worst, it can be crippling for your career. Daniel Schwarz explains how to avoid burnout while you're still on a hot streak.
Joseph Ola, Aug 27
6 Proven Techniques for Getting Clients to Pay You on Time
Some clients are more reluctant to part with their money than others. Joseph Ola teaches freelancers how to use psychology to get clients paying on time.
Andrew Lau, Aug 23
8 Ways to Stay Productive When Starting Your First Business
Your first business is the hardest because, as a lifelong employee, you're used to other people keeping you accountable. Here's how to stay productive.
Josh Althuser, Aug 22
What Is Telemedicine & What Do You Need to Know about It?
Telemedicine is an emerging market preparing to disrupt healthcare. Josh Althuser gives entrepreneurs a primer.
Joshua Kraus, Aug 21
To the Clients Who Stiffed Us...
One risk freelancers face is spending substantial time on a project without ever getting paid. Joshua Kraus talks to four freelancers who have been there.
Andrew McDermott, Aug 19
You're the Best Developer on the Team — Why It'll Cost You Your Job
Being the best developer - or the best at anything - can cost you everything, if you let it. Andrew McDermott explains why, and how to avoid that fate.
Matthew Brown, Aug 11
Freelance Pricing: Trends & Tips to Help You Charge More
Freelance pricing is often undervalued and unsustainable. Using data, you can increase your income and increase your chances of staying in business.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Aug 11
UX Design 2016: Too Many Hunters – Not Enough Gatherers?
As 'web people', we talk a lot about 'capturing customers', but not so much about what to do with them when we succeed. We can learn a lot from airlines.