They range from your Uber driver to the people who shop for your groceries. But they could also include the people who write content for your website or design a logo for your small business.
You’ll find freelancers everywhere today. But even as the freelancing trend grows, the movement finds itself under attack.





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Written by pvariel
91 days ago

Thanks, Mart for the link. I appreciate.

Season's Greetings from Philipscom.

Have a blessed weekend.



Written by lyceum
91 days ago

You are welcome! I have submitted Barry Moltz's post to BizSugar, so you could like and comment on it directly.

Season's Greetings from undersigned.

Have a nice weekend!

All the Best,

Martin



Written by pvariel
92 days ago

Hey Martin,

I could not find the radio show of Shawn in the given links.

Can you share the correct link to this Radio podcast?

I am pasting below the exacts lines, I clicked on the button here and even checked the Barries website. sorry I could not locate it. can you share it?

Thanks

HERE IS THE NOTE IN THE POST:

The show airs 9 a.m. CT Dec. 28 on Chicago’s AM 820. But those outside the area can listen to it online here. And the show will be posted to Barry’s website the following week.



Written by lyceum
92 days ago

Phil.,

Here is the link: https://barrymoltz.com/2019/12/566-small-business-radio-show/

From the post:

"SEGMENT 2, starting at 17:00: There has been a huge shift toward small business owners using freelancers instead of employees because they can keep their overhead low plus match the best person to the best task when they need to. However, effectively using freelancers is not without its challenges, especially when they are virtual. Here to show us a successful strategy is Shawn Hessinger, the Executive Editor for Small Business Trends."



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