2020 roundup: most popular blogs from Xolo

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Written by Xolo
on December 30, 2021

Ever since we launched our blog in 2016, we have had the goal to be the go-to information and inspiration source for all the solopreneurs out there. We've learned a lot with 4 years. 

During this time, we've published more than 160 blogs. And this year, we were especially busy with bringing valuable content to you, by getting 68 new blogs out there! Keep reading to see which stories caught the attention of our readers the most. 

1. The ultimate list of freelance marketplaces 

Here at Xolo, we want to support our freelance friends as much as we possibly can during this difficult time. With this in mind, we've put together a comprehensive list of online marketplaces and job sites for freelancers who are determined to find their way through this time of uncertainty. Here's our round-up of the top 20 online job marketplaces for freelance work

2. Digital nomad visa - all you need to know 

Estonia has become one of the first countries in the world to create a digital nomad visa. It allows remote workers to legally come to live and work in Estonia. Here’s the ultimate guide about what the digital nomad visa is and how you could get one.

3. How can you invoice a business as an individual? 

Invoicing and chasing payments are usually cited by freelancers as being the most time-consuming and frustrating part of their chosen career. Regardless of whether you have found a gig in addition to your full-time job or are an experienced entrepreneur, issues with how to invoice remain largely the same. So what are the most common problems individuals face when issuing invoices and how can you overcome them

4. Invite 2 friends and earn €300

So many of you keep telling us how Xolo has transformed the way you are running your solo business, we simply had to introduce a referral program to help spread the word and reward you in the process! Join, share, get paid!

5. Finding freelance partners and making the cooperation work 

With the increase in using freelancers to support corporate business projects rather than hiring new employees, freelancers themselves are taking on more work. Not all the work can be done by one freelancer alone. Freelancers are now seeking out freelancer partners to fulfil projects and off additional value. But how do you make the cooperation work? 

To sum up, we couldn't be more grateful for every single one of you reading this blog. We certainly hope we have helped you to make your solopreneur life even the slightest bit easier. We'll continue to work on this blog to offer the best content for all solopreneurs out there. If you have a specific topic in mind you'd like us to cover, don't hesitate to let us know via hello@xolo.io

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