Tag: working with freelancer

#twagoquotes Movies that Inspire

Filed by Laura Breci on October 24, 2016
#twagoquotes Movies that Inspire

Either you like them or not, movies have been influencing our culture and shaping trends, since the beginning of the XX century. Films are full of feelings, emotions, and ideas, some of them are even life changing. For those who decided to go alone and make their own business, we bring you 7 motivational quotes […]

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Happy Swap Ideas Day 2016!

Filed by team twago on September 10, 2016
Happy Swap Ideas Day 2016!

Best results are reached through communication, discussion and arguments. Today is Swap Ideas Day. Each year on September 10th we are encouraged to share our ideas with others, whether they are innovative, clever, creative or funny. We are supposed to remember how inspiring it is to lean about other ideas, and how interesting it is […]

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How to Post a Project on twago

Filed by team twago on November 17, 2015
How to Post a Project on twago

Finding the right freelancer online for your project or job is incredibly easy at twago, and it’s free! By simply posting a project for free on twago.com, you can get your project seen by of thousands of experienced and affordable freelancers. Not sure where to start? This step-by-step guide will outline the process of posting a project on […]

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10 Advantages of Hiring Freelancers over Full Time Employees

Filed by team twago on November 12, 2015
10 Advantages of Hiring Freelancers over Full Time Employees

  Freelancing – the future of working is already here. Today as the workforce progressively shifts away from a standard 9-to-5 working day to embrace a labour force that is more fluid, it is those companies that can quickly adapt to change that will have the upper hand. If your business needs experts, but lacks […]

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twago in the New York Times

Filed by team twago on June 24, 2015
twago in the New York Times

In a recent New York Times article highlighting the growing community of web entrepreneurs in Cuba, twago was mentioned as one of the platforms that local programmers, web designers and translators are using to sell their skills to clients in the United States, despite the lack of reliable and affordable internet in the country. Read the […]

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Why a Native is the Best Choice for your English Translations

Filed by team twago on March 27, 2015
Why a Native is the Best Choice for your English Translations

Native translators make a world of difference. When a business is expanding into English speaking markets, an accurate translation from a native speaker is essential to make the right first impression. Presenting yourself online to potential new customers requires great attention to detail. Every aspect of how you offer your products and services makes up the […]

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How to Build a Powerful Online Presence Using SEO

Filed by team twago on March 23, 2015
How to Build a Powerful Online Presence Using SEO

Get a professional assessment of your online presence. Building your website is only half the job. Optimizing your website for search engines and marketing it through social media is just as important. Having a website you don’t market is like having billboards made then storing them in the garage. Or printing business cards and not […]

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The Benefits of a Business Website Using WordPress (and twago)

Filed by team twago on February 26, 2015
The Benefits of a Business Website Using WordPress (and twago)

5 reasons why you should use a freelance web expert for your business. WordPress is definitely a great web platform for sites of every need and purpose – from basic blogs to online businesses (we use it here at twago). Yes – you can even build one yourself! But is a DIY site the best decision […]

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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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Most productive project management tools in 2014

Filed by team twago on September 25, 2014
Most productive project management tools in 2014

6 essential apps to help manage your project life on twago! One in five people currently work remotely, and a study from the Telework Research Network shows that number is likely to increase by 63% within the next five years. With remote work gaining in popularity and project teams becoming increasingly distributed, it’s more important than […]

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twago hosts Berlin premiere of We Pop Up

Filed by Shaun Kemp on September 5, 2014
twago hosts Berlin premiere of We Pop Up

The story of The Pop Up Agency is an inspiration to all young creatives… Last night we had a wonderful time as official Berlin hosts of the #WePopUp premiere – which was shown simultaneously in 29 locations all around the world from Amsterdam to Zagreb. The Pop Up Agency delivered an inspiring, brave, thought-provoking documentary topped with a […]

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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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