October 12, 2016
As the economy grows more and more in the digital field we see within the market a change to the way in which we work. Whether you hire freelancers or work as one, the rise of the freelance economy is a trend here to stay, and one which impacts business across the board as a result.
This change can bring with it a variety of opportunities and exciting pathways. It can also be problematic for a business. While a formal job listing will typically have a detailed background, description of the position, and criteria, freelancer job advertisements are typically more casual.
Usually, a clients list their job quickly, a freelancer applies quickly, the job is then awarded and (provided you’ve got a good freelancer) completed quickly. While it’s correct to think once the job is assigned it becomes the freelancers responsibility to get it done, at the outset the way a advertiser lists and outlines the gig can have a huge influence on its overall setup and success.
Whether you advertise through a dedicated freelance website, via a mixed-use site that features content and jobs, or even just via your own website and social media channels: … Click to continue reading