Tag: find new clients

Big Dive Fourth Edition – June, 2015 – Turin (Italy)

Filed in Working as freelancers by on March 31, 2015 0 Comments
Big Dive Fourth Edition – June, 2015 – Turin (Italy)

The training program to boost the technical skills you need to dive into the BIG DATA universe, to extract value… and to create impact. After 3 editions, BIG DIVE has reached its maturity. The course started as an experiment in the landscape of BIG DATA training opportunities and in the last few years has gained acknowledgement by the sector […]

Continue Reading »

My Freelance Journey Pt. 3: Working together on twago

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, […]

Continue Reading »

The life of a freelancer mother

Filed in Working as freelancers by on July 9, 2014 0 Comments
The life of a freelancer mother

It’s not easy, nor relaxing at all, and sometimes you start to think nostalgic about the times when you were alone with your moleskin and everything was organised to the very last detail. There was a new project every morning because, of course, you had time to sleep every single night and wake up the next day with a fresh mind. Again, […]

Continue Reading »

Turn the Unstable Path of a Freelancer into a Steady Income

Filed in Working as freelancers by on April 3, 2014 0 Comments
Turn the Unstable Path of a Freelancer into a Steady Income

Freelancing is far from a new concept. But freelancing as a means of a sustainable job, if not career, is a concept only believable and viable in our 21st century. So if it’s do-able, how can someone go about doing it? The following guide will examine the tips of the trade that will turn a […]

Continue Reading »

Working with Clients: How to Ensure Great Communication

Filed in twago inside, Working as freelancers by on March 12, 2014 0 Comments
Working with Clients: How to Ensure Great Communication

With the evolution of the workplace and the transition to online work, keeping in touch with clients is increasingly important. As a freelancer, you likely communicate with several different clients on a weekly or daily basis. It is important to maintain contact to build trust and keep clients in the loop about ongoing projects. Here are […]

Continue Reading »

How to improve your professional profile and get more projects

How to improve your professional profile and get more projects

What is the first thing you do when applying for a job? Naturally, you send your CV to potential employers to show them just how good you are. The same has to be done to secure clients when working as a freelancer or an agency. The Golden Rule is that clients want to be able […]

Continue Reading »

The 7-Point Checklist For Writing Project Descriptions

The 7-Point Checklist For Writing Project Descriptions

Posting a project on twago is free and easy. Here are 7 points to follow when writing a project description that will help you get the most competitive bids from the best freelancers and agencies located around the world. 1. Name your project Make your project title as clear and catchy as possible. Try to summarize in […]

Continue Reading »

Get your twago Portfolio Verified!

Filed in twago inside, Using twago, Working as freelancers by on February 27, 2013 0 Comments
Get your twago Portfolio Verified!

Are you a twago provider? Do you want to be a twago provider? Pimp your profile! Big news! From today you can improve the quality of your profile by getting your Portfolio Items Verified for only 4.99€ instead of 39€ /per item until March 15th. With this verification you get a seal from twago on the […]

Continue Reading »

Should freelancers charge by the hour or by the project?

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 […]

Continue Reading »

Join the Freelance French Revolution

Join the Freelance French Revolution

Look at this picture! This morning we arrived in the office and found a party… What are our twago colleagues up to? Who are they? Let’s introduce them to everybody! VOILA’, they are a part of the new twago French team and they are enjoying their success together with our CEO Gunnar Berning! They really […]

Continue Reading »

Post 1 project on twago, get 50 euros voucher for Amazon!

Post 1 project on twago, get 50 euros voucher for Amazon!

Get your 50 euros voucher to shop at amazon.com. It is very easy, you will LOVE it! Just post a project between TODAY and October 31st and once it is signed as finished, the voucher is YOURS*. —–> Post here your project and get your 50 euros to use on Amazon <—– Do you remember how it […]

Continue Reading »

‘Hire Me’ – Our new feature for service providers

Filed in Using twago, Working as freelancers by on July 20, 2012 0 Comments
‘Hire Me’ – Our new feature for service providers

Our product team proudly presents a new feature on the twago platform. It’s the ‘Hire Me’ button! What exactly is it? The ‘Hire Me’ button helps you obtain clients and receive projects directly. By clicking the button the client can send a detailed request straight to you. Only you and the client will have access […]

Continue Reading »

How to select a suitable service provider

Filed in Working with freelancers by on December 1, 2010 0 Comments
How to select a suitable service provider

Once you have advertised a project on twago (or any other intermediation platform), it is time to choose a service provider. This task isn’t always easy, particularly since it is usually rather time-consuming. We have a few simple tools and tricks that will make your decision easier. From the very beginning, you should be aware […]

Continue Reading »