terça-feira, 4 de março de 2008

Freelance Radio, Episode 10: The Opening Salvo

via FreelanceSwitch - The Freelance Blog de FreelanceSwitch.com em 03/03/08

The tenth episode of Freelance Radio, the official FreelanceSwitch podcast, is now available! We discuss a number of freelancing issues, including initial client communications, saying no, freelancing ethics, dealing with non-paying clients and more!

Subscriptions to the podcast are available via iTunes and an archive of all podcasts will appear in the podcast section. We hope you enjoy it!

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The Shownotes:

  • Theme of the Episode: This episode’s theme is initial client communications, and we all talk about what kind of things we say when talking to clients, quoting, etc.
  • Fantastic Forum Post and Mailbag:We discuss saying no to clients effectively as well as freelancing ethics.
  • Freelance Radio Recommends…: Each panelist recommends a freelancing tool. Kristen recommends Linda Formichelli-led Creative Paw, a place where animal-related non-profits that need creatives and talented professionals can connect. Dickie recommends Pixish, a contest site where design pros and other creatives can hang out and exercise their skills. John suggests Quicktime Pro, which does many things, but John particularly loves the ability to save Quicktime movies from the Internet. He likes Soma Media, the producer for many conferences, as they use Quicktime. Macworld, for example, has many videos online that can be saved using Quicktime Pro (no conference registration fee required!).
  • Outro: This week’s song is by The Lost Cartographers and is called Walk On. The song can be obtained by going to the band website or the The Lost Cartographer’s MySpace page.

And that’s the tenth episode! If you like it, please feel free to rate it in iTunes or your favorite podcast aggregator (check us out on Digg at http://www.digg.com/podcasts/Freelance_Radio), and don’t forget to email your questions/comments via the Freelance Radio form. If you’d like to record a question/comment or submit an original outro song, you can upload them via this form!

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