workerly has been chosen for a short review at WSCT radio.
Has been aired at 10,22 am east coast time (USA) Friday may the 4th 2012.
workerly.com: the Social Network for Freelancers.
worker.ly is aimed at providing professionals with the easiest way to get in touch with capable freelancers all over the world. As opposed to many social networks, worker.ly does not focus on personal branding, but only on results. How do we make it happen?
Projects are made of real people.
The projects you have contributed to probably included more than one person. The good news is: when adding projects to your portfolio, you will be able to add a list of your coworkers. The better news is: adding them will trigger a verification system allowing them to rate your work, confirm that yes, you are a real person and yes, so are they. The long term effect? A network exclusively made of real people!
worker.ly uncovers people's real skills.
Are you confused about what skill translate into 'I.T. Ninja' and 'Graphic Deconstructor'? On workerly.com, freelancer' skill sets are automatically defined based on the projects they contributed to, which makes it easier for you to look for a bona-fide PHP developer or web designer.
Reviews have a true weight.
Being reviewed by your peers and employers is the fastest and safest way to gain a trustworthy reputation. Being reviewed by actual people makes it even better. This is why the most decisive reviews on worker.ly come from users with complete and human-verified profile and projects.
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