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The Important Question to Ask About Classifying Workers in Light of Uber's Contractor Fiasco

Outsourcing is and will continue to be a vital way for small- and medium-sized companies to grow. But just knowing what to outsource isn't the issue.

Gene Marks

Your Freelance Communication Bridge Is Falling Down. Here's How to Fix It.

Here are three tips to help foster effective interactions and value the freelance professionals you work with for your business.

Melissa Cooper

Triple Your Business' Efficiency by Using Virtual Assistants

These 10 steps will help your company grow, using digital outsourcing.

Andrew Cohen

8 Keys to Providing Consulting Services to Startups

Businesses need outside experts who can do the work, as well as provide training on what needs to be done. That's called leading by example.

Martin Zwilling

9 Ways Freelancers Can Get Paid on Time and Avoid Deadbeat Clients

Working for yourself is great, so long as you make payday as reliable as a job.

Peter Daisyme

The Secret to Bolstering Your Startup on a Lean Budget

Go out and hire a couple of those ultimate entrepreneurs: freelancers.

Don't Be a Solopreneur. Do This Instead.

If you've got high hopes for a fulfilling career and financial security, solopreneurship is not the way to get there.

Steve Tobak

Is a Virtual Company the Best Option for Your Business?

Having a team that's happy to turn on their computers every day -- regardless of distance -- is what makes going virtual one of the best decisions.

How to Incorporate Freelancers Into Your Business

Looking beyond on-staff positions might be your company's answer to a skills gap, scaling with agility or finding new opportunities.

Rob Biederman

3 Secrets to Finding the Best Freelancer for Your Company

If you've been struggling to find someone with a certain skillset to join your team, it's time to look into hiring a freelancer.

Nathan Resnick

The Portfolio Life: A Surprising Route to Job Security

What if -- instead of thinking of your life's work as a monolithic activity -- you chose to see it as a complex group of interests, passions and activities?

Jeff Goins

Hacking Elance: How to Make Money Freelancing

You -- yes, you! -- can help someone with the skills and knowledge that you already have.