Tag: twago

Meet Verena: twago Performance Marketing Manager

Filed by team twago on March 5, 2015
Meet Verena: twago Performance Marketing Manager

Say “Hallo” to Verena. Our number-crunching twago Performance Marketing Manager for the DACH region Being born and raised in the countryside of southern Germany, Verena spent much of her free time on her parents’ tennis court – Steffi Graf-style. It wasn’t until after her high school studies and an internship in London that Verena discovered her […]

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How to Get Started as a Freelancer on twago.com

Filed by team twago on February 16, 2015
How to Get Started as a Freelancer on twago.com

Start your freelance career the right way. Come work in the cloud! Curious about freelancing and online work? Every freelancer is welcome on twago.com – the leading online freelance platform in Europe! So if you’re looking for new freelancing jobs or want to broaden your skill-set and become a freelancing superhero, you’ve come to the right place. Follow this […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day, Freelancers!

Filed by team twago on February 14, 2015
Happy Valentine’s Day, Freelancers!

Find your perfect match on twago This year has been a great start in the freelance world. Projects and client requests are growing and it’s never been so easy to work remotely. Really, what a wonderful time for freelancers. twago has a wide variety of projects in all skills areas meaning that freelancers can truly work […]

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How To Write an Engaging IT Project Description

Filed by team twago on October 24, 2014
How To Write an Engaging IT Project Description

Most entrepreneurs with innovative ideas want to see their projects come to life, so they reach out to IT professionals to make their visions come true. But how do you organise your thoughts and put a clear description on paper to attract freelancers, without confusion and losing time and money? 10 detailed tips to attract the right freelancers for […]

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Meet Jochen von Nida: twago Senior Product Manager

Filed by team twago on October 21, 2014
Meet Jochen von Nida: twago Senior Product Manager

Inside twago: a twagorian rhapsody For 5 years, twago has been revolutionising team-work across global offices thanks to a forward-thinking platform and a dedicated community. We are proud that freelancers and clients from all around the world are able to come together and collaborate on amazing projects from conception to completion. In a nutshell, twago is the […]

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Project saved: twago freelancer takes over problem project

Filed by team twago on July 21, 2014
Project saved: twago freelancer takes over problem project

Recently, the project ‘PHP-Programming – fatfree + bootstrap + MySQL’ was posted on twago, with the description; “I wrote out my project description on [another site] and a programmer from the USA offered their services. Originally they said, “everything will be completed in 2 weeks”.. 7 months later, and it was still not finished.” Project […]

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Communication is key: introducing the new interactive face of twago

Filed by Shaun on July 3, 2014
Communication is key: introducing the new interactive face of twago

  When it comes to projects on twago, clients and freelancers are now on the same page. Fed up with the communication struggles between client and contractor? Tired of not having a clear overview of your project and messages? We at twago have taken your comments and concerns to heart and finally we are happy […]

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The new twago: Improving day by day

Filed by team twago on April 8, 2014
The new twago: Improving day by day

You have probably noticed: things are looking a little different around here lately! That’s because we’ve started rolling out the “new twago”. We strongly believe that UI and UX make all the difference. For any application UI is the face we see. It can help to create a strong brand name and a good company […]

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Resigning twago

Filed by team twago on February 28, 2014
Resigning twago

…is not something you should do right away.  Before opting out, please give yourself and twago two minutes of your time to reevaluate your decision. Please consider: twago offers you access to potential clients. entrepreneurs, middle class business people, self-employers creating an idea or a vision, or even an expert to get the job done. […]

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twago Feedback

Filed by team twago on February 11, 2014
twago Feedback

“Feedback is the breakfast of champions” (Rick Tate, internationally recognized expert on leadership and management development, performance management). Well, that is easily said. As you have probably noticed, twago and their competitors (i.e. freelancer.com, oDesk, Elance) receive a lot of feedback, positive as well as negative. Some points mentioned by users are irritating us, some […]

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Tips for Startups

Filed by team twago on August 15, 2013
Tips for Startups

For many it is a dream: having their own company, working independently, and being able to apply their strengths to each project. In order to achieve this, it is important to follow the first step, before completing the second, and take care of the financing of your young company. A detailed plan is needed to avoid […]

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Work effectively when self-employed

Filed by team twago on August 12, 2013
Work effectively when self-employed

Being able to work effectively is especially important for the self-employed in order to experience job-related success. Especially when one is managing multiple projects as a freelancer, good time management is crucial. Two helpful methods to make the most out of working hours are Parkinson’s Law and the Pareto Principle. There is a reason why these […]

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