Disclaimers are all about clarifying the relationship between you and your reader or audience. Once you understand that, writing a disclaimer is really easy. Check out the post to learn the 3 simple steps to writing a disclaimer.
If you spend any time on the internet (which I know you do), chances are you've come across a disclaimer. But why are they absolutely everywhere? And if everyone else has them, does that mean you need one for your blog, too? Check out this post to find out if you need a disclaimer for your blog or website.
As a freelancer, it’s important to know who owns your finished product – you or the client. Always make sure your contract includes the proper licensing or assignment language. Check out this post to find out the default rules and how to modify them in your contract to fit your and your clients’ needs.
When you enter a contract, you always want to make sure your business is the one on the hook (not you personally!). It's also important to double-check how your client enters and signs the contract. Use these tips to enter and sign all your contracts correctly so you're never left unprotected.
Every freelancer or small business service provider should have a standard client contract that they use with every single client. But not all contracts are created equal. Avoid these 7 common mistakes freelancers make in their client contracts.