In this interactive world we are connected through all types of media that was not readily availably 50, 20, or even ten years ago. Print media like magazines, newspapers, fliers, and posters all have a web counterpart in the twenty-first century. Which is why it is important to find big, medium, and small media types in all their formats and take advantage of their new-found availability. How does this speech about the advancement of the intra-web apply to freelance/agency designers, programmers, marketing specialists, and the wonderful world of pr? In EVERY way of course. The web is what can connect us economically to learning tools like podcasts and blogs or even networking sites designed specifically to find work or ask for a proposal for work. Which is why I wrote a list of sites that specialize in connecting agencies to work and what is great about each of the guru connection sites.
Guru.com is the world's largest online marketplace for freelance talent. Through our free service, employers find top freelance and contract talent locally, nationally, or globally. Created in August of 2000, Guru.com's web-based marketplace directly connects businesses with over 724,000 professionals who specialize in over 160 professional categories including: website design, programming, graphic design, business consulting, and administrative support.
Employers seeking professional expertise post their projects or contract work on Guru.com for free. Professionals seeking work either register as a free (Basic) member or a subscribing (Guru) member. In addition, employers and professionals can take advantage of Guru.com's SafePay Escrow and Dispute Resolution services which greatly reduce transaction risks.
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