Tag: find projects

Freelancers: How To Manage Your Email Notification Settings

Filed by team twago on June 23, 2015
Freelancers: How To Manage Your Email Notification Settings

Why email is your best friend on twago Are you missing out on new freelance projects? Or is your email inbox overflowing with messages from different websites and it’s getting a little bit out of control? Well, fear no more, we’re here to help show you how to easily control how often you receive email notifications from twago. […]

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5 Top Freelance Projects Expiring Soon on twago

Filed by team twago on April 10, 2015
5 Top Freelance Projects Expiring Soon on twago

Freelancers, looking to get a project started this weekend to bump up your earnings before the end of the month?  Check out this collection of 5 twago projects that expire within the next few days and need experts like you to get the job done. Simply a choose a project that looks right for you and […]

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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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3 Top Tips to Make You a Great Content Writer

Filed by team twago on November 18, 2014
3 Top Tips to Make You a Great Content Writer

  There is a lot of confusion over the skills involved in content writing. We can all read and write, so, in theory, can’t anyone be a content writer? The answer to that is no, whatever anybody tells you. It’s not an easy argument to make, however, as the difference between working as a freelance […]

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Better Work-Life Balance Tips for Freelancers

Filed by team twago on November 10, 2014
Better Work-Life Balance Tips for Freelancers

Even freelancers need to take care of their work-life balance More and more people are deciding to go freelance these days. The advantages are crystal clear: As a freelancer you are your own boss and that means more flexibility. Freelancers can choose their working hours, workload and where they want to work. Of course, there are […]

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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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Getting started sounds easy. And it is…

Filed by team twago on July 23, 2014
Getting started sounds easy. And it is…

You’ve probably heard a lot about it lately – the recent improvements to the twago platform. Our one motivation: always moving forward. And there is no moving forward without a first step and that first step is getting started. We have our goals and we want to facilitate the goals of our users too. So, what is your […]

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The life of a freelancer mother

Filed by team twago on July 9, 2014
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, […]

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The first step to be creative

Filed by team twago on April 1, 2014
The first step to be creative

Inspiration: “The process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, especially to do something creative.” We, at twago, think that inspiration is the first step to start working on a project, this is true for both customers and freelancers; sometimes it seems hard to find it, what can we do in these cases? […]

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How to write a winning quote

Filed by team twago on August 9, 2013
How to write a winning quote

When using twago to find work, it is important send quotes that are informative, engaging and make you stand out. You want to let a potential client know that you are the best choice for the job. But how? Here are a few tips to help you make the quote to land the project. Step 1: […]

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Creating new customer leads with twago

Filed by team twago on February 12, 2013 Filed by team twago on March 15, 2012
Provider of the month: Chiara Bresciani

This time we are pleased to bring you an interview with our provider of the month. She is Italian and works as a freelance copywriter-translator. Here you can read her testimonial about our platform. Introduce yourself in a few words: who are you and what do you do? I deal with copywriting, i.e., content writing […]

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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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