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Subject:Re: Freelancer's Guide From:Peter Kent <71601 -dot- 1266 -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 31 Oct 1995 23:19:36 EST
>>Great idea! Aside from the usual staples of pricing your services,
marketing, client relations, advertising, and so on, we need to know what
the hottest consulting fields are -- prospects for growth, what you need to
know to be considered expert in that field, what a complementary
arsenal of skills might be, etc., along with such topics as forming
Veronica Perry & Associates, Inc.<<
Okay, I'll add that stuff to the list. I'll have to think about these
subjects a little; I must admit they seem a bit broad. What do you think the
hot consulting fields are? (WWW, WinHelp, multimedia?).