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6 Tools That Will Improve Your Freelancing

You need more than a laptop to freelance, here are our top tools

Freelancing is on the rise, we are looking for more flexibility and more control from our work and freelancing offers that. COVID gave us a lot of lessons, and for a lot of us, it was that traditional work may not be the greatest fit for what we want in our lives. However, with freelancing comes challenges, you have the flexibility but you're greeted with less security, you have the ability to pick your own hours, but it can often lead to you working more than planned. Freelancing requires a lot of work, but the rewards can be huge.

Let's walk through some ways you can simplify your freelancing processes to make freelancing work for you.

Use Bit.Ai to improve your organization

Bit.ai has been built for teams and individuals to create, collaborate, and organize all your knowledge in one place from anywhere in the world. It's perfect for freelancers to collaborate, especially if you don't have the opportunity to be in person with your clients. You can create fast dynamic notes, documents, wikis, knowledge bases, projects, client deliverables, technical docs, training guides and client portals, while integrating across the apps you work with all in one place.

Get creative with Canva

Your documents, presentations and even your invoices don't need to be boring, add a bit of spice by using Canva templates- or create your own. Canva is easy to use and is a great alternative for someone without a design background. Canva can be used by anyone in any profession, whether you're in marketing and need social media posts or you're a CEO preparing a high level presentation to board members.

Track your time with Toggl Track

It can be difficult to say with accuracy to your clients how much time you spent on a project. By using Toggl, you can accurately track your time and work in this tool. If you're someone who often gets distracted, Toggl can be used as a productivity tool to help your focus too. Being a freelancer, it can be hard to find motivation day in day out, especially if you aren't working as part of a team. Toggl can be used on your desktop or as an app on your phone.

Improve your grammar with Grammarly

Even the best writers make grammatical errors occasionally. Grammarly is a cloud-based typing assistant that reviews spelling, grammar, punctuation, clarity, engagement, and delivery mistakes. It uses artificial intelligence to identify and search for an appropriate replacement for the error it locates. If you're a freelancer, you likely don't have a colleague to cross check your emails or final drafts, let Grammarly assist.

Use Calendly to end the back and forth meeting suggestions

If you're managing multiple clients, it can be difficult to schedule meeting times that suit both you and your clients. You simply send your client a unique booking link, they choose a time that best suits them and your meeting is locked in. No more back and forth, no more wasting time coordinating.

Join Billycart to end the invoice chase

Ever waited six weeks for an overdue invoice? Scrambled to pay rent because you didn't get paid on time? Getting paid on time is often a headache for freelancers, but it doesn't have to be with Billycart. Billycart is a payment management platform that creates Smart Payment Agreements™ and equips businesses/contractors/freelancers and their customers or clients with more control, flexibility and transparency over their payment plans. The best part? You can try Billycart for free for the first three months, join today.

Freelancing can be lonely at times, it can be stressful but it can be oh so rewarding. You're working on your terms for clients you feel passionate about and doing it all on your own. Ease some of the stress or free up some of your time through these tools and make freelancing easier for you.

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Damian Joyce

June 7, 2022

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