Freelance Theory: A Resource for Everyone

Freelance theory is for anyone who has something to learn or something to share about freelancing. We want all voices amplified and all faces visible. No matter where you’re from or where you’re going, life is about both the destination and the journey.

This is a place where we talk about what freelancers have accomplished and what they’re doing to reach the next steps. Take whatever pieces you like from these stories to build your own path!

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How to Become a Freelancer: A Resource For Aspiring Freelancers

Whether you’re starting a side hustle or trying to take the leap towards freelancing full-time, Freelance Theory is a resource that shows you many different ways how freelancing can be done.

How to Earn More Freelancing: A Resource for Established Freelancers

Whether you’re starting a side hustle or trying to take the leap towards freelancing full-time, Freelance Theory is a resource that shows you many different ways how freelancing can be done.

How to Hire a Freelancer: A Resource for Hiring Freelancers

This is also a resource for those who want to work with freelancers--where do you hire freelancers, what should you look for in hiring a freelancer, how do you onboard a freelancer?

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Jason Hewett - 10+ year SEO Content Freelancer

Meet The Founder

Jason Hewett started freelancing in 2009 while a student at the University of Delaware. Eager to see his name on a published article he willingly worked for free and spent the next decade honing his skills and learning how to navigate the business side of freelancing, constantly at odds with a lack of affordable or practical education outside of what his family taught him about how to succeed in traditional jobs.

Freelance theory Is a resource to empower freelancers to make informed decisions throughout their journey, its purpose is to make a base level of education accessible to everyone all over the world so that anyone can truly freelance if they put their mind to it.