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Social media, freelancing and scientists

Social media, freelancing and scientists

I had the privilege of writing a guest post in HNWB, a Dutch blog on new business models and ways of working. The invitation came through Sam van Buuren (twitter), an entrepreneur who is squeezing social media and location independent work to change the way Dutch freelancers run their businesses.

The post Social media, freelancing and scientists goes over how scientists could benefit from Social Media and how freelancing could, and should, be an option as a career path. Some tools are being used by researchers, but many more could appear.

In conlcusion, many opportunities waiting for both scientists and social media entrepreneurs. Exciting years are ahead of us.Interested in becoming a Scientist 2.0? Then visit my blog

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