Category Archives: Administration

Do You Map Your Client Universe? How 'Customer Relationship Management' Can Fix a Lost Creative Career Do You Map Your Client Universe? How 'Customer Relationship Management' Can Fix a Lost Creative Career

January 6, 2014 by

For an independent creative, bringing in regular work is important. Obviously.

Not only do consistent projects equal consistent income, but life is a lot calmer and more rewarding when your time is filled with projects and not panic.

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8 Most Useful Extensions to Enhance Your Experience on Google Plus 8 Most Useful Extensions to Enhance Your Experience on Google Plus

December 15, 2011 by

For those of you on Google+, there are several useful extensions you can install the Google Chrome browser to make your Google+ experience easier and more effective.

If you don’t have Chrome, I suggest you download and use it. It does seem better and quicker to me, and it generally integrates better with all of Google’s services.

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RLC Talks to Illustrator Rod Hunt on Self Promotion (and more!) RLC Talks to Illustrator Rod Hunt on Self Promotion (and more!)

August 25, 2011 by

Rod Hunt is a London based illustrator and artist who has built a reputation for retro-tinged illustrations and detailed character filled landscapes.

With UK and international clients spanning publishing, design, advertising & new media, he’s illustrated everything from book covers to advertising campaigns, installations and iPhone apps. He’s also the illustrator behind the bestselling Where’s Stig? books for the BBC’s hit TV show Top Gear.

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The 9 Elements of a Strong Business Model for Freelance Creatives The 9 Elements of a Strong Business Model for Freelance Creatives

April 21, 2011 by

I’ve been reading some fascinating stuff about putting together business models for a new venture I’m working on. Through doing the research, I’ve realised that formulating a business model that applies to freelance creative professionals is just as important as a model for any other minor and major business organisation.

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