Over the years, I’ve hired close to 75 different “techies”. Everyone from hardcore programmers to general webmasters. And they have come from the US, Canada, India, Russia, Pakistan, The Philippines and a handful of other countries.
For the past 6 months, I’ve been using a great freelance site with powerful results so far.
There’s something so free about working from a laptop. Lately, I’ve been spending every morning at a different bookstore or coffee shop doing my “thinking” projects. Everything from copywriting and Inner Circle updates to email newsletters.
And since all of these places also have free wi-fi, it’s a great way to have a change of scenery to keep my creative juices flowing.
One of my favorite tools for going virtual is DropBox. I signed up about 7 months ago – and I’m 100% hooked.
You get up to 2GB of storage for free and can access all your files from any computer.
All of my Word and PowerPoint files are uploaded to my dropbox account – and I never have to worry about losing a flash drive or being logged into one computer.
Believe me, the worst thing that can happen is having all of your important files on a flash drive and losing that drive. It happened two years ago – and it was an absolute nightmare.
If you’re web site is not iPhone friendly, your business is losing money. With millions of iPhone users – the cost to make your site “iPhone friendly” has just become… free. It’s a killer plugin for WordPress
Watch today’s episode to discover my new find that turns your site into an iPhone app…