Please read and agree.
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The first rule of Working Not Working is always keep your status up-to-date.
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Working Not Working is based on your real-time availability so slacking on this and/or telling hirers that you "forgot to update" makes yourself and WNW look bad and is grounds for suspension.
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The second rule of WNW is you DO NOT talk about WNW. Wait, that's stupid. Talk about it like crazy. Invite all the hirers you know to follow you and post a link on your portfolio site. The more followers you have the more jobs you'll get.
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Every time you update your status you'll be promoted to the top of the search results. Fail to update your status and you'll be relegated to the basement.
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There are many talented freelancers to choose from on WNW so creating a great profile and uploading your best work will immeasurably increase your success.
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Working Not Working is not magic.
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Working Not Working only accepts the top 10% of creatives in the industry. Apparently you're pretty special. Look at you.
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Did we mention the most important thing is KEEPING YOUR STATUS UP-TO-DATE?
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