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Discussion in 'Debates & Rants' started by Satan, Dec 1, 2018.
I would damn all teams to my domain as soon as they die.
I'm personally not a fan either, I understand why they exist - but I don't use them usually because it's generally far more complicated dealing with a manager than it's worth.
They usually consist of a management team with all different opinions and objectives, it's never good to work with a "company" like that.
I agree its honestly just stupid for the freelander + the users looking for it. I mean if your a freelancer why give up 10% - 15% of what you are getting paid to a owner of a service team and the sales rep that did barely anything. I mean its better for a freelancer to just put in some work and advertise their stuff.
The only good service teams were Artsy and Avast
I personally founded the first ever setups/services team.
If you’re new to everything, I recommend large’ish service teams as they’re normally trusted more then some dodgy skids that are in this market
I can see why it exists for the whole reason of networking. Networking especially in marketing is a big thing, even especially when you do not have a good name. This helps build reputation and networking with other people that follow in the same line of work.
Sure, you experience reductions in prices due to the fees with team management and sales reputation, but I understand completely why it exists. The problem is that you need to be recruited by a reputable team that can give you vouches.
You see, the concept I came up with when I created such a service didn't intend for there to be a commission fee going towards the agency, it was just meant to be something people do in their spare time (the service team's management) in order to help others. When I was 10 (that's when I came up with it) I guess there's not much I could do relating to money, as my dad didn't even have a PayPal account then.
Young asf. But cool that you claim to have come up with the first service team.
im gonna sit here with my popcorn and see