Live Tweeting From The Creative Freelancer Conference

I’m writing this post from my iPhone. If you can read it I guess I’m doing it right.

I’m in Chicago today and tomorrow (June 23-24) for the Creative Freelancer Conference. It’s a must-see event for any professional Freelancer who wants to up their game. The conference organizers are encouraging attendees to live-tweet all the little nuggets of wisdom the are hear from the various speakers. I will probably send out a few tweets. I know many others will as well. If you want to follow the action just search for Twitter hashtag #CFConf.

EDIT: My Twitter feed is http://twitter.com/cedrichohnstadt

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2011 Creative Freelancer Conference Is Fast Approaching

Later this month I’ll be in Chicago for the Creative Freelancer Conference, a two-day event designed to help freelancers work smarter, up their game, and as a result boost their incomes. This will be my fourth year attending and I can’t wait. It’s easily one of the top events I attend each year.

The Creative Freelancer Conference will be held June 23-24 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Chicago. If you make a living as a creative freelancer (photographer, designer, illustrator, etc.), or are thinking about taking the plunge into freelancing, you absolutely must go to this conference. You’re guaranteed to walk away loaded with practical info and inspirational ideas on how to make freelancing work better for you. The better you are at freelancing the happier your clients will be and the greater your chances of overall success. Its a win-win for everyone.

Time is short but its not too late to register. This year the conference is also piggybacking off of the HOW Design Live conference so if you plan to attend both you get a discount.

To get a taste of what’s in store you can purchase audio and powerpoints from the 2009 Creative Freelancer Conference here. Attendees of the 2011 conference can also order audio of this year’s event but if past conferences are any indication that audio may not be made available to the general public. If you still aren’t sold, you can read my recap of the 2009 conference. I’d also recommend visiting the website of Marketing-Mentor, the terrific people who partner with HOW to make the conference such a success.

Hope to see you there!