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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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How to Write Your First Company Blog Post

Filed by team twago on February 23, 2015
How to Write Your First Company Blog Post

A guide to being the new kid on the blog. You might think writing your company’s first blog post would be a piece of cake compared with everything else you’ve had to do on your route to becoming an entrepreneur. Surely jotting down a few hundred witty, informative words a couple of times a week […]

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5 Reasons a Freelancer is the Best Choice to Write Your Blog

Filed by team twago on February 19, 2015
5 Reasons a Freelancer is the Best Choice to Write Your Blog

Outsource your blog. Effectively and affordably. There are many things you need to do as a business owner and a lot of them depend completely on your expertise. Despite popular belief – writing your blog content yourself is not one of them. Telling the story of your business is an essential component of your marketing […]

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‘Hire Me’ – Our new feature for service providers

Filed by team twago on July 20, 2012
‘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 […]

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Visit at the twago HQ – From Bangalore to Berlin

Filed by team twago on July 10, 2012
Visit at the twago HQ – From Bangalore to Berlin

  Our service provider Amitava Guha from Bangalore, India, payed us a visit in our new office in Berlin. He owns an agency called Magicframe Consulting in India. Their main field is Design and Webprogramming. He is visiting his friends in Berlin and works at his free time in our office where he got a […]

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Service Provider of the Month: Codeprofis

Filed by team twago on November 11, 2011
Service Provider of the Month: Codeprofis

The Augsburg based company Codeprofis is one of the most successful service providers on twago. We talked to Tim Afholderbach, CEO of Codeprofis, about his path: from founder to responsible entrepreneur. Mr. Afholderbach, how did your company Codeprofis develop? I founded Codeprofis in 2006. We have since specialised in professional App and Web development. One […]

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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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When you shouldn’t accept an offer

Filed by team twago on August 17, 2011
When you shouldn’t accept an offer

Clients are often spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a service provider. There are several good reasons for looking more closely and requesting offers from not just one – but several potential service providers. Looking closely at many offers can provide a good overview regarding costs. You can also see which service provider […]

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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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Top Service Provider of the Month: capoo.media

Filed by team twago on July 28, 2011
Top Service Provider of the Month: capoo.media

Capoo.media is a Leipzig, Germany based advertisement agency and our top service provider of July 2011. After capoo.media founder Claudia Bauer-Korzin registered with twago only a few months ago, she really took off. After only 5 bids she had already managed to be awarded 2 projects. We have asked capoo.media founder Claudia Bauer-Korzin a few […]

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Why freelancers are excellent business partners

Filed by team twago on June 20, 2011
Why freelancers are excellent business partners

As a small business it can be difficult to get all the work done that you need to. Projects can start to pile up or you might by themselves – and they shouldn’t. It is much more important for entrepreneurs and founders to concentrate on core competencies and let experts take care of everything else. Typically, […]

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twago safePay: even safer online collaborations on twago

Filed by team twago on June 15, 2011
twago safePay: even safer online collaborations on twago

It is finally here: the twago escrow service “twago safePay” now facilitates secure virtual business partnerships between people from all around the world. Novices to online partnerships in particular are often uncertain whether the project will be completed satisfactorily and whether they will be paid for their work without having to write tedious payment reminders. […]

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Escrow – the secure way of paying for online work

Filed by team twago on June 7, 2011
Escrow – the secure way of paying for online work

More and more jobs are done by external freelance service providers. This solution is of particular interest for small and medium sized business (SMBs) as well as start-ups, as they don’t have to commit to full time employees and can concentrate on their main tasks. In addition, they can adapt to the market more quickly […]

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