referrals program

How FreeeUp Has Built a Referrals Program That Is Paying Out $2,000 Per Week

  Most businesses, whether they realize it or not, rely on referrals. It’s hard to build a true following on standard marketing alone. You need people out there in the real world to talk about your service to their colleagues, friends, and family. In fact, 74% of consumers said that positive word-of-mouth was very important to them when making a purchasing decision. The problem is, sometimes your most dedicated customers may be a little shy. […]

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Treat Workers Well

8 Hacks To Get the Most Out Of Freelancers | Hack #8: Treat Freelancers Well – Raises, Bonuses, Time Off, Acknowledgment, Thanks

  This post on how to treat freelancers well is our final “hack” of the series. If you’d like to learn more about getting the most out of remote freelancers , be sure to explore our other hacks from past weeks: Hack #1: Consistent Motivation Hack #2: Game Planning Hack #3: Frequent Planned Meetings Hack #4: Proper Onboarding Hack #5: Set Goals and Assign Responsibility Hack #6: Implement and Maintain Communication Processes Hack #7: Give […]

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10 Reasons to Hire a Freelancer to Run your Facebook Ads

10 Reasons You Should Hire a Freelancer to Run your Facebook Ads Campaigns

  Facebook ads have become incredibly popular. In the last year alone, the number of advertisers using Facebook has increased by 50%. There’s a reason for this. Using Facebook ads is one of the most proven, and most measurable, digital marketing strategies available at this moment. I’ve seen in my own experience as a copywriter how a Facebook campaign can net dramatic revenue increases. But I’ve also seen Facebook ads go very wrong. I’ve seen […]

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8 Hacks To Get the Most Out Of Freelancers | Hack #3: Frequent Planned Meetings

  Last week in this series, we discussed the importance of game planing. This week, we’ll dive deeper into the best way to use meetings to get the most out of remote freelancers. If you’re just joining us on this journey, you can also refer back to Hack #1: Consistent Motivation. To many a manager and freelancer, the very word “meeting” elicits a chorus of groans. However, when it comes to managing remote freelancers, meeting […]

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The Pros and Cons of Shopify and WooCommerce

  You have a great set of products. You have a business plan. Now, all you need is the right selling platform. Based on your plan, you’ve ruled out using a retail service like Amazon, but you also know you don’t want to build your webstore from scratch. At this point, you’re most likely considering the two most popular eCommerce platforms: Shopify and WooCommerce. But which one should you go with? Is there really that […]

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Top 10 eCommerce Blogs

  Ready to hone your eCommerce game? Then you should probably be taking advantage of the wealth of free information out there. There are plenty of experts in the industry who can help you with your storefront, PPC advertising, shipping, and more. So you don’t have to go poking around the internet, we’ve compiled a list of the best eCommerce blogs right here to get you started. 1. The Shopify blog This blog is managed by […]

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How to Capture the Amazon Buy Box as a Marketplace Seller

  If you’re serious about selling on Amazon, then you need to understand the Amazon “Buy Box.” In this article, we’ll explain what the Buy Box is and why it’s so important. We’ll then dive into which factors it takes to beat out the competition from other sellers and successfully win the Buy Box. That way, you can better pivot your strategy and become a more effective Amazon seller. What is the buy box? The […]

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The 3 Options for Selling Products on

  Selling Products on In many ways, selling your products on is an eCommerce dream. You have a huge platform available to you with advanced setting options, and best of all, a built in consumer audience. Last year during the holidays, Amazon captured almost 40% of all eCommerce spending online. In fact, Amazon did more business than the next 21 retailers did combined. One of the advantages of selling on Amazon—but also one […]

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How to Use Remote Freelancers to Start an eCommerce Business

  One of the big challenges of starting an eCommerce business is balance. In the early stages, it’s hard to resist the temptation to have your fingers in every pot. You can’t possibly do everything yourself, but renting an office for new freelancers seems like a huge (and expensive) hassle. Hiring remote freelancers instead could be a happy middle ground. Since so much of eCommerce is conducted online anyway, remote freelancers are a much better […]

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