goLance CEO Michael Brooks Receives Prestigious Noonie Award as Contributor of the Year in Freelancing

We’re delighted that Hacker Noon, an online publication with more than 4 million monthly viewers and 12,000+ contributing writers, selected goLance CEO Michael Brooks and author of REMOTE iT!, as the Contributor of the Year in Freelancing. Hacker Noon, an open and international community, is built for technologists to read, write, and publish. The prestigious “Noonie” awards are referred to as “The tech industry’s greenest awards.”

Brooks was one of 10 nominees in the Freelancing space and received 1,024 votes out of the 1,235 people who voted in that category. His articles have been very popular with the publication’s readers and covered a wide range of topics. This includes everything from how freelancers can avoid making common mistakes, to humorous, informative content about freelancing. For example, he describes how playing killing zombie games online ultimately led to better, very productive remote meetings in the virtual world. You can read his articles here.

goLance is all about growing businesses by connecting clients with talented freelancers that offer high-demand services such as software developers, web designers, data scientists, marketing experts and other professional skills. The company is an award-winning online freelance marketplace for recruiting, screening, hiring, managing, and paying global talent with

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