Have you heard about the “no code” movement?
It's about using powerful software tools to make all sorts of other software without being a coder. This empowers creative people to make things that were once impossible without knowing how to code or hiring a developer.
Before we sold off our website software business lines, “no code” was always one of the benefits we sought to deliver. As a non-technical founder myself, I wanted to empower non-technical writers and other content creators to do more with their websites without code.
Now, things have opened up even wider into actual product development. That means a new generation of entrepreneurs are able to create powerful 7-Figure Small businesses that sell software and software-based services without investors and even employees.
Listen in to hear more about what “no code” can mean for your business. If you’re able to solve an audience problem with a software solution, you could be on your way to creating a product you never imagined you could on your own.
Down below, Kat delivers selections from around the web, including budgeting tips for solopreneurs, taxes for freelancers, the power of personal networks for digital business, what “thought leadership” really means, and more.
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4 Money Budgeting Habits to Empower You as a Solopreneur | Entrepreneur
Running a business by yourself, as exciting as it is, doesn’t come without its challenges. It can be nebulous to learn how to budget expenses, figure out when to take a salary (and how much), and plan ahead when you don’t know what income in the coming months will look like.
Thought Leadership Is a Synonym for Attention | Copyblogger
Unemployable and Copyblogger founder Brian Clark shares his thoughts on the term “thought leadership” and how this type of authority is demonstrated, not claimed, in the content marketing world.
This piece represents perfectly what Unemployable celebrates and teaches: What separates this latest decade of freelance work from its historical roots? The drastic shift to a digital world and the scale that technology brings with it.
How to Track Your Productivity & Energy With Airtable | Work Brighter
Brittany Berger of Work Brighter shares her tips on how to track your productivity and energy levels with software many of you already use—Airtable! Give it a try and watch your to-do list disintegrate before your eyes.
This is What I Learned When I Quit Social Media | Freelancers Union
“I was suffering the most significant effect of social media: an automatism of my thoughts and my actions.”
The deadline for filing your taxes in the US is still a few months away, but it's never too early to make sure your bases are covered. Make sure you check to see if you're eligible for these freelance tax deductions. PS. This is your friendly reminder that Q4 tax payments are due on January 15th for US freelancers. Don't forget!
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