My name is Igor.
The 2008 financial crisis is the worst economic disaster since the Great Depression of 1929. It occurred despite Federal Reserve and Treasury Department’s efforts to prevent it. Unemployment was huge. A lot of people decided to become freelancers. At that time, my friend David and I started the freelancer-job.com website. In 2020. we took a new name: Nimblefreelancer.
We were in the first 15000 websites globally in only one year, and our traffic was enormous. We collected job offers from 35 world job sites and helped people find part-time jobs. At one moment, our website freelancer-job.com was crushed. We had a problem with hackers and spammers; we could no longer control the website. In some parts of the websites, we looked like a forum. Then, we stopped with job offers and started the Nimblefreelancer.com website, where present freelancers and future entrepreneurs can educate themselves about various topics.
In 2020. we started to write articles about personal finance, SEO, advertising, eCommerce business, digital marketing, etc. We are a website blog now, and we are here to help people to solve minor problems. So please, write to us if you need help in personal finance, freelance business, advertising, or eCommerce.
We have four leading authors, 15 part-time writers, and 1 Editor, and we hope someday we will grow and improve this website.
Our primary authors are:
- Robert Aksamit is a mechanical engineer and automotive industry expert. Born in Minnesota, Robert worked in the US automotive industry last 25 years.
- Mark Brown is a construction engineer from California who has been working as an independent contractor and writer for the past 15 years.
- Daniel Smith is an experienced economist and financial analyst from Utah. He has been in finance for nearly two decades, having worked as a senior analyst for Wells Fargo Bank for 19 years.