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10 Ways to Update Your Profile to Perfection on twago

10 Ways to Update Your Profile to Perfection on twago

When working as a freelancer, your career can live or die by your online presence alone. Making sure your website is updated, your social media platforms active and you are continually being a part of the online conversation is crucial. However for many freelancers, the bulk of their work comes from online platforms such as […]

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Freelancers: How To Manage Your Email Notification Settings

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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Pre-Funded Projects Are Happy Projects!

Filed in Tips for clients, Using twago by on December 11, 2014 0 Comments
Pre-Funded Projects Are Happy Projects!

Start your projects in the best way possible. You probably noticed that the last couple of weeks were full of changes and exciting new features on twago. Yes, we are working very hard to make sure your projects and ideas are brought to life with quickness and quality in mind. Stay tuned for even more in 2015! […]

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Introducing an Enhanced twago safePay Service

Introducing an Enhanced twago safePay Service

twago safePay – Fast. Flexible. Free. We are excited to introduce to you an all-new payment system on twago that makes it easier for Clients to pay for work and Freelancers to get paid for work. In addition to improving twago SafePay with a new project wallet (safePay Wallet), Freelancers on twago can manage their finances easier with their very […]

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My Freelance Journey Pt. 2: Picking a Price Tag for Your First Job

Filed in Working as freelancers by on November 13, 2014 0 Comments
My Freelance Journey Pt. 2: Picking a Price Tag for Your First Job

Facing the pricing dilemma and how I overcame it. Last time I wrote about my first step into freelancing. The big jump I made from being employed and receiving a fixed paycheck to working completely on my own without having a concrete idea how I would make a living from it. The first thing I did, […]

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#twagotips: 6 new project view features for freelancers

Filed in Tips for contractors, twago inside by on July 24, 2014 0 Comments
#twagotips: 6 new project view features for freelancers

As a freelancer or agency, communication plays a key part in the successful working relationship between you and your client. The client needs to know what they want, the freelancer needs to know what is wanted from them – and this needs to be communicated seamlessly. Thanks to the recent deployment of our brand new communication interface, we […]

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Getting started sounds easy. And it is…

Filed in twago inside, twagoquotes by on July 23, 2014 1 Comment
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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#twagotips: 6 new project view features for clients

Filed in Tips for clients, Using twago by on July 17, 2014 0 Comments
#twagotips: 6 new project view features for clients

Simplicity, usability and an emphasis on clear and direct communication inspired the newly re-imagined project view on twago. The old-style inbox of yesterday has been replaced and rejuvenated by a contemporary chat-like communication interface – elegantly integrated within individual projects – to ensure that both Clients and Contractors (freelancers and agencies) are always on the same page heading […]

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