How to Embrace the ‘Gig Economy’ and Become a Freelancer

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Even with the recent happenings in the world with regards to remaining at home, the so-called ‘gig-economy’ is booming, with many individuals choosing freelance careers or entrepreneurial pursuits over the traditional employment route. There are some great opportunities when it comes to freelancing, but how exactly do you get involved in the world of self-employment?


Firstly, while we all want to call ourselves businessmen or entrepreneurs, the reality is that you have to have something to offer. What are your core skills? Do you have qualifications in any areas? Do you want to sell something? And most importantly, can you offer your skills or knowledge remotely? Once you know what your value proposition is, you can begin to establish what service or product you’ll be providing.


Of course, in order to promote yourself, your business, or what product you’re selling, you’ll need a platform to do so. While you can advertise your business on social media, having your own website is the key to showcasing professionalism. What do you need to get things off the ground, though? Digitise take the guesswork of how to go about launching your own website, along with all the nuts and bolts that go with it.

Digitise is a multi-pronged approach to online businesses, providing users with everything you’d need from the get-to, including a place to:

  • Buy your own domain.
  • Create your own website.
  • Create custom business email addresses.
  • Add a CRM to manage your customers.
  • Leverage a bulk SMS marketing toolkit.

While these things often are run on separate systems and can end up being quite expensive and complicated, Digitise makes it simple by having it all in one place, running on one system, giving you a single log-in to control all the aspects of your business from your phone, tablet or laptop. And of course, keeps affordability in mind with flexible pricing packages.

So, whether you’re handyman who is looking to apply his trade to your local neighbours, or want to sell ceramic mugs online, Digitise can help you get there.

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Why not sign-up and get cracking on your business now? Check out Digitise here.


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