Creatives need contracts. Here’s a free resource.

Tennis players need rackets.

Potters need clay.

Guitar players need guitars.

And as a creative professional, there are certain tools you NEED to get your work done: your computer, your software, etc…

A contract is just as important as your other tools. It’s critical in helping you get your work done.

As a WordPress designer and developer, my contract is just as important to me as—you got it—WordPress!

If there’s just one thing I could do for you, it’s this: Make you understand how essential a contract is when you’re doing freelance work.

A tennis player wouldn’t play without a racket. A guitarist wouldn’t play without a guitar. And you should never (ever!) work without a contract. It’s not just to protect you—but to make your clients feel confident and comfortable, too!

There is absolutely no reason to be designing without a contract because I’ve shared mine—for free—with the community of freelancers and creative business owners at Millo in my latest guest post: Freelance contract template to secure your work and get paid (free download).

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About Jill Anderson

Hi, I’m Jill, a WordPress web designer/developer who partners with talented designers, copywriters, and agencies on their websites, and their client’s sites. I’m passionate about crafting beautiful and innovative WordPress websites focused on clear positioning and positive user experiences.


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