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lisata Thu 24-Sep-09 14:18:22


I am an IT/technology expert looking for work from home. I have recently been managaging to get a bit of work bidding for projects via odesk, elance and peopleperhour writing white papers and website content. However I am finding it a bit frustrating -the work I want to find is a bit specialized.

It would be so much better if I did this collectively with some others.

So I registered a domain today to do this -

Any advice or thoughts from any of you would be appreciated!


auntyitaly Thu 24-Sep-09 14:31:16

What a brilliant name. If you want reliable advice on how to start up the business, use
the brand new website Google (and I) worked on

Has loads of info about all sorts on it (all free, that you would previously have had to pay for.)

moodlumthehoodlum Thu 24-Sep-09 14:35:24

I think this is a great idea, and there are plenty of freelancers around on MN who might have a view.

I'm a freelance PR/Copywriter so if you'd like any PR advice - do let me know!

lisata Thu 24-Sep-09 14:58:09

My initial thoughts are that in order to be a member of "experts at home" you have to demonstrate your expertise and commit to a number of hours per week advertising and promoting the site.

stallfinder Sun 27-Sep-09 18:08:13

There's a website called Freelancers in the UK - not sure if it's similar to what you're thinking of.

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