Tag: dealing with clients

#twagoquotes Movies that Inspire

Filed by Laura Breci on October 24, 2016
#twagoquotes Movies that Inspire

Either you like them or not, movies have been influencing our culture and shaping trends, since the beginning of the XX century. Films are full of feelings, emotions, and ideas, some of them are even life changing. For those who decided to go alone and make their own business, we bring you 7 motivational quotes […]

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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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Quick and Easy Ways to Create an Invoice

Filed by team twago on July 17, 2015
Quick and Easy Ways to Create an Invoice

How to create your first invoice as a freelancer. Creating and sending invoices to clients for services you have performed on freelance platforms like twago can be daunting for a first-time freelancer – but once again, the internet is here to save the day! There are now numerous resources online that take care of the heavy […]

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My Freelance Journey Pt. 3: Working together on twago

Filed by team twago on December 10, 2014
My Freelance Journey Pt. 3: Working together on twago

It takes 2 to twago: How freelancers and clients should work together It has been a couple of weeks since I took my first step into freelancing. I moved away from a 9 to 5 job and was hired for independent projects in marketing and photography. So far, I am loving my freelance life! As someone getting started, […]

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5 great money habits every freelancer should have

Filed by team twago on September 11, 2014
5 great money habits every freelancer should have

Keep your money where you want it. In your pocket! Being financially secure is crucial to your longterm success when going freelance. Yes we’re talking about money. The green stuff, your daily dollar, the moola. If you don’t have any money coming in, it doesn’t matter how well you treat your clients or how great your […]

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I’m a freelance translator and I like it!

Filed by team twago on June 19, 2014
I’m a freelance translator and I like it!

“Translator, that’s a nice job but why don’t you work for the UNO? – Don’t you get bored working at home all alone? – It must be hard to manage everything on your own…” Here are the remarks I get most of the time when I speak about my job. And there I go trying […]

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Should freelancers charge by the hour or by the project?

Filed by team twago on December 3, 2012
Should freelancers charge by the hour or by the project?

Working as a freelance web content writer over the past year has provided me exposure to a variety of fascinating service providers, including educational institutions, car dealerships, fitness centers, law firms, medical offices, and the natural gas industry. I randomly stumbled into the world of freelance writing after creating a profile on one of the […]

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Top Service Provider of the Month: CREOX

Filed by team twago on September 23, 2011
Top Service Provider of the Month: CREOX

CREOX is a agency for web and graphic design as well as web development for websites and online communities. The agency from Praque, Czech Republic, is our Top provider of the month. We’ve talked to CREOX found Petra Klimentová about her success. 1. Why don’t you introduce yourself shortly: who are you and what is […]

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Who is using twago: Zalando and Scout24 – exciting times

Filed by team twago on August 5, 2011
Who is using twago: Zalando and Scout24 – exciting times

Summer recess? Not on twago. There is loads of positive news regarding the platform. Not only do we grow approximately 30 % every month but our service providers are also currently flooded with customer enquiries. Right now, our clients have access to over 116,000 experts. The up-to-date numbers regarding projects and service providers can be […]

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How to write an invoice

Filed by team twago on August 3, 2011
How to write an invoice

Invoices are an unnerving topic. Under the search item “invoice”, Google offers us 9.850.000 pictures and they all look somehow different. But there are actually very simple rules that state which information has to be included in every invoice. Even if writing invoices isn’t much fun, it is mandatory as long as the beneficiary is […]

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How the twago support team ensures twago quality

Filed by team twago on August 1, 2011
How the twago support team ensures twago quality

twago is used by a multitude of clients and service providers every day and they have good reason to do so: customers have access to over 114,000 experts from over 161 countries and service providers have had the opportunity to bid on over 3,600 projects since twago was launched. The project volume accounts for a […]

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Convince German clients with perfect offers

Filed by team twago on July 27, 2011
Convince German clients with perfect offers

For freelancers and the self-employed, gaining new clients means constantly marketing themselves and applying for new projects. However, before you are actually awarded a project, you have to present yourself in a good light. As there can be many potential contenders for any desired project, your offer has to stand out from the crowd. That […]

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How to deal with difficult clients

Filed by team twago on July 15, 2011
How to deal with difficult clients

We’re happy to present a guest article by Selina Murray. She’s a contributor on FreelanceAdvisor, one of the UK’s biggest freelancer websites. Clients come in many different shapes, sizes and temperaments, and as a freelancer, it’s a big part of your job to understand how to deal with them. After all, at the end of the […]

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