A stitch in time saved by Twine

A stitch in time saved by Twine

Lucy Steadman

Lucy Steadman

With the ever-changing world of PR and marketing, you’ll sometimes find the need arises to do a creative task that’s a tad out of your remit. If you’ve got no idea where to start in doing it, you may typically look to outsource it – but that can be expensive too. So, what happens then?

Rather than procrastinating it, take a look at Twine. Twine helps connect businesses (or freelancers) with creative freelancers for your job that needs doing, in a more affordable way. Now, we aren’t talking coffee-collection and errands here. It’s mainly design – so logo design, illustration, videos, flyers, animations and more.

So, how does it work? You start by posting your brief, then you’ll receive pitches in from freelancers. Have a chat, choose your favourite and hire them to get started. You can chat through Twine and at the end when your work is done you simply pay via PayPal. Once the payment is sent, you can download your work. Done!

If you’re a freelancer, this is also a good platform for you to get on board with. You can sign up to offer your creative services to companies, network with other freelancers, and collaborate on side projects – all while making some extra cash.

While they say ‘a stitch in time saves nine’ – you may just want to go Twine instead of stitching at all.

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