Archive for August, 2014

An untold story: The future of content marketing

Filed by team twago on August 27, 2014
An untold story: The future of content marketing

There is no doubt that content is king. At a time when information has become a fundamental aspect of doing business, at a time when everyone googles before making a purchase, or when everything depends on social media shares, content naturally becomes all-pervading. It has changed the traditional marketing landscape as we know it. A […]

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The importance of a web marketing plan

Filed by team twago on August 14, 2014
The importance of a web marketing plan

We all know that digital marketing is the future of communication. From IAB’s Marketing Surveys it’s pretty clear that online advertising in Europe has been growing a lot during 2013 and 2014, compared to offline advertising. Companies nowadays need to always build a real online marketing strategy in order to reach their goals. That means having […]

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Freelancers, your unique selling point is… you!

Filed by team twago on August 13, 2014
Freelancers, your unique selling point is… you!

On the night of August 13th 1899, a cinematic genius was born, an esteemed trailblazer and one of the most influential filmmakers of all time. Happy Birthday to the Master of Suspense and cultural icon, Sir Alfred Hitchcock (1899 – 1980), the voice of today’s twago quote: “If I won’t be myself, who will?” – Alfred Hitchcock But […]

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Top 10 most desired IT freelancer skills in 2014

Filed by team twago on August 11, 2014
Top 10 most desired IT freelancer skills in 2014

As Europe’s leading freelance marketplace, we at twago recently published figures on the most sought-after freelance experts for IT and web projects for the first half of 2014 – based on projects posted on the twago platform. Programming skills in PHP topped the list (8.4% of all projects ), followed by HTML / HTML5 (7.7%), […]

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Big Data and my Big Dive experience

Filed by team twago on August 7, 2014
Big Data and my Big Dive experience

I work within information security for a large company in the energy sector (protecting confidentiality, integrity and availability of company information) and recently attended the 3rd annual Big Dive in Torino, Italy. Big Dive is a unique training program for a new generation of developers – a street-­fighting gym of sorts where high value datasets […]

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