Anthony Caruana

Author's details

Name: Anthony Caruana
Date registered: August 13, 2010

Latest posts

  1. Three steps to becoming a great writer — May 30, 2015
  2. Be fearless – but learn from mistakes — April 12, 2015
  3. Explore and take every opportunity — March 31, 2015
  4. Getting stuck in the upgrade cycle — November 7, 2014
  5. Five things to do when the work dries up — September 18, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Should a freelancer ever refuse a job? — 9 comments
  2. Is self-publishing a book a wise move? — 7 comments
  3. Time Management – Biting off more than you can chew — 6 comments
  4. Overcoming the loneliness of freelancing — 6 comments
  5. Setting a pay-rate — 6 comments

Author's posts listings

Aug 24

Journo Advice is now Totally Freelance

When I started Journo Advice I was very much of the mind that I was a freelance journalist and that most of what I’d write about would be about the┬ábusiness if being a freelance journalist. Since then, things have changed for me and i see myself as less of a freelance journalist and more of …

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Aug 12

How to choose a niche – balancing fun, talent and profit

Choosing a niche to exploit might feel like a black art rather than a science. Here’s how I do it.

Aug 05

Business transformation by accident

I’ve been looking back at the mix of work I’ve done over the last few months and discovered something – I’m not doing the work I thought I was. At some point, my business changed without me realising. I had a business transformation without planning. Business transformation might sound like a big deal. But by being flexible, open to new ideas and prepared, you can adapt to changing circumstances quickly.

Jul 30

Finding Opportunities in Downturns

In a recent online discussion, a fellow freelancer bemoaned that are cent round of cost cutting at a large publisher would result in fewer opportunities for freelancers and other independent contractors. Such events are great opportunities for freelancers.

Jun 12

The Balancing Act of Setting a Rate

Setting a rate when you’re dealing with a new client can be a tricky task. On one hand you want to ensure that you’re paid a reasonable rate but you don’t want to give them sticker shock and scare them off.

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