Working with freelancers

4 Giant Tips How to Write a Great Press Release

Filed by twago community on July 10, 2017
4 Giant Tips How to Write a Great Press Release

John Hardy is a multi-skilled, reliable & talented PR expert from London with a proven ability to translate written documents from a source language to a target language. He is quick learner who can absorb new ideas & can communicate clearly & effectively with people from all social & professional backgrounds. How to rock your […]

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Happy Birthday Emoticons!

Filed by Laura Breci on September 19, 2016
Happy Birthday Emoticons!

A day like today 34 years ago in Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Scott Fahlman was the first documented person to use the emoticons 🙂 and 🙁 with a specific suggestion that they be used to express emotion. The main purpose was to distinguish serious posts from Jokes. 19-Sep-82 11:44 Scott E Fahlman 🙂 From: […]

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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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Introducing the official twago app!

Filed by Shaun Kemp on September 8, 2016
Introducing the official twago app!

twago goes mobile with the twago messenger app The new twago messenger app gives employers and freelancers quick access to all the essential project functions on twago – all from the convenience of your smartphone. It’s twago at your fingertips! Manage projects from your pocket and collaborate on the go with the official twago app for iOS and Android. More information about […]

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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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5 Things Freelancers Can Learn From Game Of Thrones

Filed by Cecilio Castro Lopez on June 8, 2016
5 Things Freelancers Can Learn From Game Of Thrones

Freelancers are coming! As in the majority of the globe, in twago we are huge fans of Game of Thrones; the office is divided between Stark supporters, Lannisters defenders and Daenerys Targaryen followers, luckily, things have not got bloody around here… yet. Beyond who supports who, Game of Thrones has a lot to offer to freelancers, for this reason we […]

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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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The Importance of the twago Score

Filed by Cecilio Castro Lopez on April 14, 2016
The Importance of the twago Score

What is the twago score? The twago score is a great way for contractors to improve their reputation on twago. On a scale from 0-10 (ten being the best), the twago score is created from the combination and interaction of many different variables grouped into three main categories – Profile, Reputation and Activity.  The twago score works in […]

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How to Post a Project on twago

Filed by team twago on November 17, 2015
How to Post a Project on twago

Finding the right freelancer online for your project or job is incredibly easy at twago, and it’s free! By simply posting a project for free on twago.com, you can get your project seen by of thousands of experienced and affordable freelancers. Not sure where to start? This step-by-step guide will outline the process of posting a project on […]

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10 Advantages of Hiring Freelancers over Full Time Employees

Filed by team twago on November 12, 2015
10 Advantages of Hiring Freelancers over Full Time Employees

  Freelancing – the future of working is already here. Today as the workforce progressively shifts away from a standard 9-to-5 working day to embrace a labour force that is more fluid, it is those companies that can quickly adapt to change that will have the upper hand. If your business needs experts, but lacks […]

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Brand Identity Inspiration for Designers: 1976 NASA Graphics Manual

Filed by team twago on August 18, 2015
Brand Identity Inspiration for Designers: 1976 NASA Graphics Manual

In another one of those ‘thank you, internet!’ moments, we recently came across this vintage NASA Graphics Standards Manual from way back in 1976. Cre­ated a year earlier by New York designers Danne & Black­burn, this amazingly detailed man­ual describes the proper use of one of the all-time powerful brand iden­ti­ties. Certainly one of more fascinating things we’ve […]

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How to Hire a UX Designer Using twago

Filed by team twago on August 5, 2015
How to Hire a UX Designer Using twago

Freelancers are a unique breed. They work late at night, they sleep during the day, they survive on microwaved noodles and live in their bunny slippers. In general we can safely say that freelancers do not obey the rules of us nine to five creatures, or indeed the rest of civilized human society. So trying to […]

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5 Things You Need To Start Your Webshop

Filed by team twago on May 12, 2015
5 Things You Need To Start Your Webshop

Setting up a webshop or online store is the next natural step for many small businesses. There are some fundamentals to consider though and with access to great freelancers, you can outsource to them for help. 1. Find a logo designer Surprisingly, many businesses don’t have a logo. This oversight can cost you customers, especially if […]

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