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Our CEO Xenios Answers: Is PeoplePerHour Really Pushing Prices Down?

In this post I want to address a question we get quite often, as to whether we are ‘driving prices down’ for freelancers.

Firstly, I believe the question should be a split one, based on what the reference point is.…

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How to Make Money through Affiliate Programs While You Sleep

Every business, no matter how big or small would welcome an extra revenue stream and if your website is doing well, you can make extra money while you sleep too. An engaging website that attracts visitors, gives valuable information and …

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6 Ways to Get Your Job Done on PeoplePerHour!

Outsourcing to specialist freelancers is fast becoming a way of life, particularly in the small and medium business market. In a recent poll by the Guardian, 79% of small businesses said that using freelancers was a big part of their …

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How to Stay Fit as a Freelancer

Being a freelancer involves a lot of hours spent sitting at a desk; whether you’re a virtual assistant, graphic designer, web developer, or copywriter, you’ll do most of your work sitting down.

It can be difficult to stay in shape …

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Join PPH at the Business Startup Show!

It’s that time of year again when we attend one of the biggest events in every entrepreneur’s calendar… the Business Startup Show!

Last year we had an incredible experience as Xenios, our founder, spoke at the show yet this year …

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Marketplace Update From Our Founder & CEO!

Hello PPHers

My last post was met with some great feedback  (one of which was that I need to update my photo… which, you will note, I duly complied with). And yes, you can see some grey hairs compared to …

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Join PPHer Steve for a Springtime Hourlie Extravaganza!

Episode 27 - Here’s your weekly WednesDate!

Steve is always on the look out for Hourlies posted. Who knows?! Want to get your Hourlie featured? Get in touch with the team at: community@peopleperhour.com

Missed one? Catch up on PPHtv 

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The Top 4 Ways to Prevent Small Business Burnout

Small business burnout is very common as SMEs usually start with a rush of adrenalin. More often than not, one person takes the whole responsibility and drives the product or service forward. Of course keeping this momentum is impossible, as …

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Refer Your Friends and Family to Reap Monetary Rewards!

We’ve noticed that without prompting many of you are bringing your friends, family and colleagues to join you on PPH. To add an extra incentive we’d now like to offer rewards for every person that joins our community through …

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What i would do if i was Prime Minister (not that i’d want to!)

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Not that this is any aspiration of mine. I think people who know me would probably agree that i am far too impatient and politically incorrect to run the country. Or any country for that matter.

I do however think that very little is done in terms of ‘out of the box’ thinking to solve our biggest problem here : Unemployment.

Here’s an interesting scenario:

There’s £4.6bn being spent every year on unemployment benefits. There are 750 Job Centres employing 78,000 people scattered around the country. A few of the most common jobs offered are sales rep, carer, call centre agent which pay minimum wage of £6.19 phour.

And then picture this. Of he 2.51m unemployed and able to work, a whopping 99% are literate and  82.7% had some higher education beyond.

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