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Top 3 Podcasts for Freelancers and Contractors

Keeping up to date with the latest trends and news in your chosen field can always be a tricky task. In this blog post, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best podcasts for freelancers and contractors.

When it comes to finding some downtime, it’s important to keep up to date with the current trends in your market, this comprehensive list should help with finding something to do in your downtime.

At Gorilla, we understand the problems that our clients face every single day and with this knowledge, have developed a comprehensive list of podcasts which should help to inspire our clients.

Social Media Marketing Podcast

Making sure your online status is key to constantly securing work as a contractor or freelancer. Maintaining a good social presence could be the difference between landing a job and not landing a job.

The Social Media Marketing Podcast is a podcast from Social Media Examiner which offers an audio podcast along with a weekly live videos how which aims to help boost your marketing skills.

The podcast will also keep you up-to-date with the ever-changing world of social media, which will help you secure more work. You’ll learn how to run your existing social media channels in addition to improving all of your social media wherever necessary.

Unmatched Style

Unmatched Style is a great website for freelancers and contractors. The site is full of resources, articles and podcasts which cater towards the freelancer market.

The website has several podcasts which users could enjoy ranging from general chat, to more specific queries about web design and client work. Unmatched Style is a great resource for freelancers to take a look at or even those who are thinking about starting as a freelancer.

Accidental Creative

The Accidental Creative website is a site which focusses much more on improving the motivation of its readers and listeners rather than talking about specific problems.

The site is perfect for inspiring creativity for the user with the use of articles, podcasts and other services. If you’re experiencing a slight mind block, the Accidental Creative may be just what you need.

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