Tips for twago clients

Pre-Funded Projects Are Happy Projects!

Pre-Funded Projects Are Happy Projects!

Start your projects in the best way possible. You probably noticed that the last couple of weeks were full of changes and exciting new features on twago. Yes, we are working very hard to make sure your projects and ideas are brought to life with quickness and quality in mind. Stay tuned for even more in 2015! […]

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How To Write an Engaging IT Project Description

How To Write an Engaging IT Project Description

Most entrepreneurs with innovative ideas want to see their projects come to life, so they reach out to IT professionals to make their visions come true. But how do you organise your thoughts and put a clear description on paper to attract freelancers, without confusion and losing time and money? 10 detailed tips to attract the right freelancers for […]

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Tips for twago contractors

My Freelance Journey: Taking the First Step

My Freelance Journey: Taking the First Step

Meet Valeska and follow her freelance journey on twago… Oh, freelancing! Being professionally independent has been a dream of mine for years. And it is very recently that I took the first step into becoming a freelancer. It all started right after college when I was hired by a big corporation as an IT consultant. Gosh was […]

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How to determine your rates as a freelance copywriter

How to determine your rates as a freelance copywriter

What hourly rate should I charge? This is the question every entrepreneur fears, mostly freelancers: how to determine my rates and what is my work worth. Be careful to not set your rates too high because it may scare potential clients off, but also not too low to not be profitable. I went through this crucial […]

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Your winning content marketing strategy for 2015

Your winning content marketing strategy for 2015

Steps to create and implement a great content marketing strategy Here we are. 2015. You have been able to convince your client about the greatness of web content, its efficacy to communicate and spread the values of a brand, product or service. You have finally met the person who said: Well, you’ve convinced me! We […]

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Best of 2014: Best of the Best Apps!

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Best of 2014: Best of the Best Apps!

Everything’s going to be fabulous: Apps for 2014/2015! It’s the time of year for ‘best ofs’ and here’s a special list of Apps for all you freelancers, entrepreneurs and solo flyers. The New Year is days away and you can take charge of your work/life balance with your own tiny team of personal assistants, right in the […]

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Best of 2014: Design, Photo & Image Apps

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Best of 2014: Design, Photo & Image Apps

A look back at the most interesting apps from 2014 2015 is almost here and it’s that time of the year when we look back at some of the best design, photography and image apps from 2014. 1. Autodesk 123D catch The first thing that comes to my mind is the amazing Autodesk 123D catch. I […]

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Best of 2014: TechEd Websites & Resources

Filed in In the News, Working as freelancers by on December 18, 2014 0 Comments
Best of 2014: TechEd Websites & Resources

Top 12 Resources for Learning to Code in the New Year Picture the scene… you’ve just woken up on New Year’s Day morning. Well, afternoon, actually. Your mouth’s dry, your head’s banging and you’re not sure where your phone is. Worse, you’re not sure where you are or how you get home from here. But […]

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Cloud Computing and Virtualization: Matter of Relevant Choices

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Cloud Computing and Virtualization: Matter of Relevant Choices

  Cloud computing and virtualization are today key-assets for any IT infrastructure. Flexibility, efficiency and costs are typically the main advantages to consider virtual machines (VM) or cloud service based architectures for a new project, from small web applications to more complex platforms. Therefore, which are the potential scenarios and options we should consider to […]

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My Freelance Journey Pt. 3: Working together on twago

My Freelance Journey Pt. 3: Working together on twago

It takes 2 to twago: How freelancers and clients should work together It has been a couple of weeks since I took my first step into freelancing. I moved away from a 9 to 5 job and was hired for independent projects in marketing and photography. So far, I am loving my freelance life! As someone getting started, […]

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Employee or Freelancer? Work Towards Your Ideal Life

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Employee or Freelancer?  Work Towards Your Ideal Life

Unhappy with your career? Perhaps a change is in order… Maybe you’re in an office job now and considering ‘freelance freedom’. Or you’ve been freelancing for a while and are thinking about ‘getting a job’. Whichever path you choose, it’s important you understand and believe in your decision, otherwise day-to-day existence becomes a very hard […]

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