Archive for February, 2014

Resigning twago

Filed by team twago on February 28, 2014
Resigning twago

…is not something you should do right away.  Before opting out, please give yourself and twago two minutes of your time to reevaluate your decision. Please consider: twago offers you access to potential clients. entrepreneurs, middle class business people, self-employers creating an idea or a vision, or even an expert to get the job done. […]

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twago projects

Filed by team twago on February 13, 2014
twago projects

At the beginning of 2014, an interesting project was published on twago. This programming job (or better called ‘story’) has brought up a bunch of questions and answers. “Several months ago, I have posted a project on [competitor of twago] and hired a american programmer to get the job done. Initially she assured me: “The […]

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twago Feedback

Filed by team twago on February 11, 2014
twago Feedback

“Feedback is the breakfast of champions” (Rick Tate, internationally recognized expert on leadership and management development, performance management). Well, that is easily said. As you have probably noticed, twago and their competitors (i.e. freelancer.com, oDesk, Elance) receive a lot of feedback, positive as well as negative. Some points mentioned by users are irritating us, some […]

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