Web Designer's Success Guide
by Kevin Airgid
Publisher: Airgid Media Inc. 2006
Number of pages: 81
Web Designer's Success Guide is the definitive guide to starting your own freelance Web design business. In this book the author gives designers step-by-step instructions on how to achieve the following: transition from full-time to self-employment, freelance on the side to make additional income, find new clients and keep them coming back for more, market your freelance business, manage your projects professionally, price your services appropriately.
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