Archive for July, 2011

Top Service Provider of the Month: capoo.media

Filed by team twago on July 28, 2011
Top Service Provider of the Month: capoo.media

Capoo.media is a Leipzig, Germany based advertisement agency and our top service provider of July 2011. After capoo.media founder Claudia Bauer-Korzin registered with twago only a few months ago, she really took off. After only 5 bids she had already managed to be awarded 2 projects. We have asked capoo.media founder Claudia Bauer-Korzin a few […]

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Convince German clients with perfect offers

Filed by team twago on July 27, 2011
Convince German clients with perfect offers

For freelancers and the self-employed, gaining new clients means constantly marketing themselves and applying for new projects. However, before you are actually awarded a project, you have to present yourself in a good light. As there can be many potential contenders for any desired project, your offer has to stand out from the crowd. That […]

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How to deal with difficult clients

Filed by team twago on July 15, 2011
How to deal with difficult clients

We’re happy to present a guest article by Selina Murray. She’s a contributor on FreelanceAdvisor, one of the UK’s biggest freelancer websites. Clients come in many different shapes, sizes and temperaments, and as a freelancer, it’s a big part of your job to understand how to deal with them. After all, at the end of the […]

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New badges show what service providers are made of

Filed by team twago on July 14, 2011
New badges show what service providers are made of

twago now offers all service providers the chance to show what they are made of at first glance. We provide personalised badges for all of our service providers and the badges can be integrated into the personal websites of each provider with ease. Every service provider can chose between nine badges. Design-wise, these range from […]

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Silicon Allee: Matching Experts To Clients With twago

Filed by team twago on July 14, 2011
Silicon Allee: Matching Experts To Clients With twago

Silicon Allee describes the work of twago and the new twago safePay system.   “Clients can use twago’s safePay service to pay their experts securely. At the beginning of the project, the client transfers payment to an independent, third-party escrow account. The money is only released when the client confirms that the project has been successfully […]

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A guide to effective project management planning

Filed by team twago on July 8, 2011
A guide to effective project management planning

Dealing with project management from scratch is a really compelling challenge. And when one faces an undertaking full of challenges, the first thing to do is make a plan. Today, Rosa Alnasser Román, COO of Doolphy, provides helpful insight about the importance of good planning when it pertains to project management. Where do I start? […]

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The perfect work place

Filed by team twago on July 7, 2011
The perfect work place

Upon entering their office in the morning, many of us are instantly in a bad mood. Papers are piling up, newspapers and magazines are everywhere, the desk is too small, the chair too low and on top of it all everything looks gray and dreary. If this is the case, you should do something about […]

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The twago retreat – or How to combine work and fun

Filed by team twago on July 6, 2011
The twago retreat – or How to combine work and fun

Last week was a special week here at twago. We took some time out. Together, we withdrew to the placid village of Unbesandten, Germany at the borders of the states Brandenburg, Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (2.5 hours outside our headquarters in Berlin) for three days and fled the twago routine.We used this time […]

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The twago facebook survey: We need your feedback!

Filed by team twago on July 6, 2011
The twago facebook survey: We need your feedback!

We always appreciate your feedback! We would like to expand our facebook fanpage service and are counting on your help: Why do you like our page, what would you like to change and what would you like to read about? If you don’t like our page so far, no worries: just go to facebook.com/twago.com, click […]

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Things that happen every 60 seconds on the Internet

Filed by team twago on July 4, 2011
Things that happen every 60 seconds on the Internet

We found another interesting infographic for you: Things that happen every 60 seconds on the Internet. The numbers are really impressive. Who would have thought that 168,000,000 E-Mail are sent every one minute, or that there are 600 videos worth more than 25 hours being uploaded to Youtube every 60 seconds. Even more astounding are the minutes […]

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