When I started working as a freelance one of the things that frightened me most was where to find a manual to help me understand the market. The truth is that there is no manual but I did find in the way many reference sites that have marked my work dynamics.
These are 6 sites as sources of inspiration and documentation for those who engage in freelance work or are professional bloggers for inspiration, resources to improve their work and productivity. The main feature of these references is that they are places with a very specific theme and diversity issues.
I consider it a classic in this subject, with varied resources for the needs of freelancers: blog, jobs, directory, forums, resources, podcasts, and helpful advice.
With over 70 thousand readers this site is undoubtedly a reference for freelancers with lots of content to learn more about the profession, the challenges and dynamics to improve.
As its name suggests is a magazine devoted to the topic of freelancer with tips for bloggers, designers, developers and more. His themes are varied around the theme of work as a freelance.
With over 16 thousand suscriptires is another popular sites on the subject freelance. It has several sections, books, inspiration, marketing, promoting your work and to invite you to join our team.
A new site just follow and that is dedicated to publish content to help freelancers. It has several sections including I must stress that it is again on the subject, will be to see how content evolves.
A site that I do not like the saturation of images, content and distribution of elements. But I must admit that it is also a useful resource for learning about the issue of being freelance in the amount of content umbrella.
These are some of freeds I have in my reader in relation to the subject of freelance, I hope you find it useful to continue learning the subject. They have also been a source of inspiration for my articles on the topic of freelance work.