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I want to order a website for my online shop, but I have a question: who is better to hire, a freelancer or a company? I can't make the site I want alone because I don't have much experience in creating sites. I think hiring companies is expensive. I don't even know if it makes sense to overpay. I don't need a fancy website. Simple, but beautiful site which will be information about my business. So what do you recommend?

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where is the best online community to get paid for writing code and designing UML's? I mean where you are paid $2 to $10 per job and not $0.10 and for experts get paid USD$25 - $50 per job and USD$250 - $500 for major projects.. But mostly where you can grow and one that pays to your paypal or moneybookers account....

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More of a roll call than anything else. Just curious if I have any fellow Fiverr Sellers wandering about. I was referred to DaniWeb by a Client, so I'm assuming there's atleast a handful of Buyers lurking.

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hello there, I need to work from home as a freelancer. I am an experienced programmer and tester and need to work from home as my side earning. please provide me the details for any software projects on my mail id as mentioned below. It will be great to get positive feedback from you.. thanks in advance.

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Hi, I would like to get started on Codecanyon and Envato. Any guidlines how to do it faster. I know html, CSS, Javascript, a little PHP. Do you think I could get some free code and modify it?

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Hey everyone, I'm here to ask for opinions and advice more then anything. I'm 18-a senior in high school. I would really like to move into my own apartment after I graduate. This is for personal reasons, but please note I want this for a reason other then the stereotypical "rebellious teenager wants to get away from his family," for anyone who was concerned or unwilling to help for that reason :P. Anywho, on to the matter at hand! I would like to learn some web-based language so I can do this because, obviously, a minimum wage job would not …

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So guys, I am thinking about starting a little business for some pocket change. What I am thinking about is becoming a middle-man between people who want a program or website, and freelance programmers. The idea is that the person or company would not have to learn how an entire freelance website works, create a profile, and try to build up a good reputation just to get one page redesigned on their website. The person or company would not have to deal with any people problems should any arise, or try to understand the programmer's lingo. The person or company …

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Hi all, thanks for reading my post ) My name is Yuriy Horobey, I am developing web for more than 10 years. There are some same geeks like me arround me, so I am forming my company, registering it and searching for partners. What do we offer? -- Full cycle of project development. -- Technology consultations (Sure you can read 'Web super-profi all technologies in 24h for dummies'. Really, -- who needs 5 years of University and 10 years of practice??) -- Single point of contact (me) -- Flexible and suitable (for you!) working hours of our team. (You even …

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According to a recent survey by [URL="http://www.worldatwork.org/waw/home/html/home.jsp"]WorldatWork[/URL], the number of employers that offer remote working options have risen 40% in the past year. On the surface, it seems like it's the ideal arrangement, however telecommuting is one of those ideas that looks great on paper but doesn't always work well in practice. Yes, you get the results of a staff without having to provide break rooms, free coffee, and comfortable chairs. Before you offer the option to your staff though, there are some things you need to ask yourself -- and your employees. [URL="http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&articleId=9112621&pageNumber=1"]Computerworld's Tam Harbert[/URL] talked to IT mangers …

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