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Quick route to a freelancer

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Bill H Member Since: Aug 18, 2017
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Just hired a talented man from Dominica. Small job I could have gotten done for free but I don't mix family and business. Left open to the whole world, specified the Americas as preferred location.

 

First response from India, was never sure he understood what I wanted, liked his work. Second from Dominica, in the Americas; I called him out for a boilerplate response. He listened, just hired him. Thirteen hours elapsed time.

 

Wouldn't do that for an editor, an engineer, a management consultant or lawyer, but for commodity work such as a logo for a new internet column, it's pretty easy.

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James Dean J Member Since: Oct 3, 2019
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This seems more like a diary entry than a valuable community post. I think it's great that you've found a way to not only devalue your logo (the icon of your new column) but also devalue a creative profession in the course of a few short sentences. 

I'm also sure your new friend thought it was worth the $5 you paid him for your logo to listen to your 13 hours of "calling him out". Now I know why those engineers, lawyers, etc are worth more to you. They are paid to listen...of course, I'm really not sure what the whole point is anyway. Congratulations though!

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Bojana D Member Since: May 2, 2011
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Yeah us lowly logo folks can usually get away with it, no-one expects us to actually be able to communicate.

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Christine A Member Since: May 4, 2016
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You might want to do a reverse-image search on that logo. 

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