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team twago brings you the best news about working online as a freelancer and finding the right freelancer for your projects. You can find tips, tricks and guidelines for using the twago freelance platform, plus much more. Team twago is made up of native speakers from several countries.

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Hourly Projects vs. Fixed-Price Projects

Filed by team twago on August 21, 2017
Hourly Projects vs. Fixed-Price Projects

  For Clients Creating a project or job: Hourly Project: Select the “Hourly” option when posting your project. Ideal for longer term projects or jobs Fixed-Price: Select the “Fixed-Price” option when posting your project. Ideal for one-time projects or tasks Receiving offers “bids” from freelancers: Hourly Project: Negotiate an hourly billing rate with freelancers making […]

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Happy Positive Thinking Day 2016!

Filed by team twago on September 13, 2016
Happy Positive Thinking Day 2016!

Today is Positive Thinking Day 2016! Deadlines are pushing? Projects are presenting unexpected challenges? Nobody with a negative mind will achieve positive results. The most important thing for every entrepreneur and freelancer is a can-do attitude. We have gathered some wise words as an inspiration for more positivity for you. You can do it! Are you motivated to […]

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Happy Swap Ideas Day 2016!

Filed by team twago on September 10, 2016
Happy Swap Ideas Day 2016!

Best results are reached through communication, discussion and arguments. Today is Swap Ideas Day. Each year on September 10th we are encouraged to share our ideas with others, whether they are innovative, clever, creative or funny. We are supposed to remember how inspiring it is to lean about other ideas, and how interesting it is […]

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Meet José: Front-End Developer

Filed by team twago on September 9, 2016
Meet José: Front-End Developer

Meet José from our Front-End Development at twago   First questions first. So – what does a front-end developer actually do? Basically he is like a translator – he translates designs into the programming language. Everything you see on our website has been programmed by our front-end development team. HTML, CSS and JavaScript are must-have […]

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twago at Berlin Startup Night 2016 @Microsoft Berlin

Filed by team twago on September 6, 2016
twago at Berlin Startup Night 2016 @Microsoft Berlin

Last Saturday, Microsoft, Volkswagen, Deutsche Bank and Telekom opened their doors in the heart of Germany’s capital for the 4th Annual Berlin Startup Night. The event gives selected startups from Berlin the opportunity to present themselves, their products and their services to fellow entrepreneurs, investors, interested visitors and the press. twago is proud to have been invited to […]

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New Interactive Project Templates

Filed by team twago on September 1, 2016
New Interactive Project Templates

Find the right freelancers using Interactive Project Templates! Not all of us can be Shakespeare, Hemingway, Pinter or Lessing, who had the muse of inspiration always around. Neither are we all able to write a project description worth a Nobel Prize in Literature. Or maybe we are – but we simply don’t have enough time to […]

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twago coupon codes: 5% off all twago memberships during September

Filed by team twago on August 29, 2016 Filed by team twago on August 26, 2016
Welcome to the Team!

We are happy to annouce five new young colleagues have joined us in our office in Kreuzberg, Berlin. Coming from four different countries and speaking over eight languages all together, we’re proud to make our team even more international.   Laura, HR and Office Manager, Germany   What was your first job? Service Management Assistant for […]

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Happy Birthday, Linux!

Filed by team twago on August 25, 2016
Happy Birthday, Linux!

”The Linux philosophy is ‘Laugh in the face of danger’. Oops. Wrong One. ‘Do it yourself’. Yes, that’s it.” -Linus Torvalds 25 years ago, Linus Torvalds had the idea for a free operating system. According to him, this idea was the result of a mix of programming skills and boredom, combined with the fact that […]

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#InternautDay Happy 25th Birthday, Internet!

Filed by team twago on August 23, 2016
#InternautDay Happy 25th Birthday, Internet!

Even though it’s 40-plus years since the internet has been around in some form or other, on this day 25 years ago the public were granted access to the glorious World Wide Web by British scientist Tim Berners-Lee and team at CERN in Switzerland. On August 23rd 1991, the internet as we know it was born […]

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10 Slogans to Strangify Your Startup or Working Life

Filed by team twago on August 18, 2016
10 Slogans to Strangify Your Startup or Working Life

As the world is currently transfixed on Netflix’s 80’s homage Stranger Things, a couple of Chicago-based font enthusiasts have created the awesome Make it Stranger – a web tool that let’s you “strangify” any two-word slogans of your choice. So add a little of strangeness to your startup and working life with these pre-made slogans, or create […]

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Press Release: Randstad acquires Europe’s largest freelance marketplace twago

Filed by team twago on June 14, 2016
Press Release: Randstad acquires Europe’s largest freelance marketplace twago

Randstad acquires Europe’s largest freelance marketplace twago HR powerhouse Randstad acquires twago to accelerate entry into freelance recruitment ● twago’s freelance experts and agencies will benefit from better reach to SMEs and corporate clients, through Randstad ● Online platforms for freelance and contingent workforce are expected to grow more than 40% a year in the […]

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20 Best Productivity Apps To Get Work Done Quicker

Filed by team twago on May 31, 2016
20 Best Productivity Apps To Get Work Done Quicker

  Your time is priceless There is nothing more valuable in life than time. Everybody knows that time is limited, hence we have to use it wisely. The overall picture of apps in public is that they are a simple pastime or even a time-waster. We often forgett that Apps have been created to save time and make our lives easier. Nowadays the amount of […]

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