The Inside Track on Finding (and Keeping) Top Freelancers

Top freelancers often don’t need to look for new projects, the projects come to them. In fact, most freelancers (72 percent) say they have the amount of work that they want—if not more. This gives the freelance marketplace a balance of power that hiring managers don’t always consider: Freelancers don’t need to work on your project if they don’t want to.

Video Marketing Is in Demand: Top 3 Hottest Skills Businesses Are Leveraging

Video marketing is one of the hottest trends in marketing today. While quality video marketing...

5 Web Design Ideas to Upgrade Your Website

Your website only has 50 milliseconds to make a good impression after it loads in a user’s...

Get Started on Upwork With Your First Job Post

Business leaders say teams that want to start working with freelancers should “just get started...

Facing the Future: Digital Transformation Demands Focus on Work and Skills

This article was submitted by Hatti Johansson and Michiel Klompen of Willis Towers Watson and...

What Is an API and How Does It Work?

An API (application programming interface) is an information gateway that allows the back ends...

How to Spot a Great Job Post on Upwork Before You Submit a Proposal

As you build your business on Upwork, you learn what it takes to create a profile that stands out

Voice Search 101: A Look at a New Frontier for Freelancers

Functionally speaking, the living room hasn’t changed all that much since the home television...

What Do You Need to Know About Hadoop?

Knowledge is power and Big Data is the name of the game. Collecting data and transforming it...