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Foursquare for a Job?

According to Freelancer.com, the fastest growing segment of freelance jobs in the world are in the geolocation space.  Leading that space of course is foursquare.

Geolocation grabbed the number one spot this quarter as the location wars heated up. While Foursquare and Twitter battled it out, freelance workers reaped the benefits seeing a whopping 909% increase in geolocation jobs online.

I can personally attest to this as I’ve obtained clients because of my knowledge of foursquare.  People make fun of me for doing things like checking in too much (oversharing…there’s a badge for that) or checking in to my house, but by using the service extensively, I’ve become an expert.

That’s one of the things technology professionals have to do is identify new trends, services or software and learn more than their client.  You don’t have to know it all, you just have to know where to find the information. 

So, what’s the best way to get a job about foursquare?  Play the game, use the service and know more than your competition.

  1. July 22, 2010 at 11:20 pm

    sorry but i can understand your point of view and how foursquare helps in freelancing.


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