New service provider badges for more transparency on the online job market

Filed by team twago on June 22, 2011

Berlin, 20 June 2011.  twago, Germany’s largest online platform for the worldwide mediation of services in the fields of programming, (web)design, and translations, now offers a new additional function for its service providers. For all service providers registered on twago, there are now digital badges that can be incorporated onto their private website. On twago, clients have access to over 100,000 service providers worldwide.

These badges allow service providers to show their twago membership even on their private websites and therefore create a direct link to their twago profile page. Visitors of the website can immediately find more detailed information regarding the job performances of the service provider. It also allows a direct communication without detours.

“With the new badges, our service providers can be found even more easily on the World Wide Web and therefore have the opportunity to be hired for more projects and increase their turnovers. We offer nine different badges. For example, a service provider can show the received evaluations, which are represented by stars on twago, directly on the badge. This provides maximum transparency for clients at the first glance”, Gunnar Berning, CEO of twago, describes the function of the badges.

The increased quality assurance that the badges add to the World Wide Web job market complement twago’s safety concept. Service providers, for instance, have the option of getting their references verified. A secure https connection is a standard feature on twago.

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