On this edition of the “Work Your Way” podcast, we’re talking about hiring freelancers. Or more specifically, how to write job postings to attract quality freelancers. Listen via the media player below, or you can download/subscribe at SoundCloud.
A new search engine and enhanced freelancer profiles are now available on Guru. Start searching for services that match your needs. You’ll see that each listing is a service rather than a freelancer profile. View the kind of work you can expect from any freelancer directly within the search results. So far, roughly 40,000 services… Read more »
On February 1 we’re introducing new features to simplify the entire hiring process. Save time and money by hiring freelancers who have completed work similar to what you need. Here’s what you’ll see when you sign into Guru.com next Saturday: A New Way to Search Our new search tool lets you find the exact service… Read more »
If you paid one or more U.S.-based Freelancers through Guru in 2013 and you opted into Guru’s free 1099 service, you can now (Jan. 1) review your complimentary 1099 Report online. Be sure to review your 1099 Report and notify us if any corrections are needed by Monday, January 13 at 5 pm EST. On… Read more »
When evaluating quotes, it can be difficult to separate the freelancers who want to work on your project from those who want to work on every project. Simplify this task by including certain instructions in your project description. BakBurner Digital, LLC founder Scott Stanchak has some advice: “Avoid canned responses by posing pointed questions to… Read more »
As an Employer, when you post a project, you can add team members to help you manage the project. Those team members then become a part of your Project Team. Here’s what you need to know when working with a Project Team in the Work Room. What can Coordinators do? Coordinators manage only the projects… Read more »