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Nebojsa"Nesha" T.

Level 3 Contributor
Belgrade, Serbia

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Writer, GoLancer, "Noonies2020" Award Winner

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Anything remote work, entrepreneurship, startups, freelance, and writing-related.


Freelancing, Writing.

10 Reviews by Nebojsa


I'm already using. Tech domain. Respect to the good old. Com domains, but I want something that helps me stand out online in every way possible.

My first customer support experience was awesome. So, we're going to build the future together for the next five years. Nice. Cheers!

Tip for consumers:
Give it a try, it's definitely worth it.


Forget about reporting and removing defamatory reviews on Trustpilot. It's not going to happen no matter what they write about your business. I call these the "revenge reviews."

Here's a direct quote from the Trustpilot "Content Integrity" team: "instead of focusing on keywords, we now look at context." Seriously?!

The best and ONLY thing left for you to do is to write a reply. Good luck with that!


I've been playing Clash Royale for three years now. Can you believe it? Two phones. Two accounts. Playing with some nice folks in our clan.

It may sound cheesy, but it's true. It really makes you forget about your troubles. While you're playing nothing else matters as far as you're concerned.

It's very useful for strategic thinking. The Supercell team is restless. There's always something new.

Tip for consumers:
There's always something new and interesting in terms of new characters and challenges.


Time will tell that the introduction of the paywall on Medium has been one of the worst decisions in publishing history. I think that Stripe is still the only, and therefore limited payment option for writers.

The self-proclaimed most popular publications on Medium have too many Divas as editors for my taste. I conducted a test recently. My article was rejected by one of these publications on Medium. I deleted it and submitted it as an answer on Quora. I got 120K views in two months!

So, my word of advice, don't bother with Medium publications. Invest your time and creativity in submitting your writing pieces to Quora Spaces. Medium publications like to brag about the number of followers. Well, I launched a space on Quora also as an experiment. I have more than 30K followers.

Truth to be told, your Medium articles can and will be positioned better on Google. I'm not an SEO expert, but this is a fact. However, when it comes to the number of views and long-term exposure, Medium is useless.


It started as a promising idea. It was, as long as it was exclusive and limited. Now, we have hyperproduction and hyperinflation of Quora Spaces.

Spaces earnings beta program is not worth commenting on. Totally irrelevant suggestions. Spam submissions.

I'm afraid that the "purge" of Spaces that don't meet the minimum criteria in terms of quality and number of followers is inevitable.

Tip for consumers:
If you don't have a truly original idea for a new Quora Space, then it is better to follow than create just another pale copy of some other successful Space.


I have found all the tools I could possibly need to sell my services online. Absolutely recommended!


Hacker Noon is so much more than Medium has ever been and should have been. When Hacker Noon left Medium, I followed. It was my personal decision to migrate all of my stories on HN 2.0.

Hacker Noon's Writer Ad is a life-saver for every writer. The most important thing is that you can simply forget about the notorious paywall. I believe in HN Stats. In two months I got more views than the whole year on Medium.

For me, it's a matter of prestige to be published on Hacker Noon. Now, that they're an independent platform, the sky is the limit for Hacker Noon.

Hacker Noon is the future of publishing and the future is now!

Tip for consumers:
Be patient when you submit your stories. Don't worry about the third-party links and paywall.


I used to be a Rising Talent first then the Top Rated freelancer.

First, there was a 20% fee blow. As a freelance content writer, I can only dream about clients who would pay me $10K+ a year.

Then, I've submitted my suggestions to the Upwork support to improve their membership option more than once. With 60 bids/connects per month there's not much you can do. I didn't like the idea of paying $2 per additional bid.

Eventually, my account got suspended because I was bidding too many times with no success.

Thank you Upwork for all the years I spent there, but you aren't the only freelance platform out there.


-Suggestions and corrections very helpful
-Desktop app great
-Like Correct with assistant

-Not flexible when it comes to membership plans
-Premium too expensive
-Premium eventually comes to a bunch of synonyms
-Plagiarism tool not reliable
-Not Linux/LibreOffice friendly

Tip for consumers:
I wrote to the Grammarly support that it would be great to have a report document something like "This doc was checked by Grammarly," but no answer.


GoLance reminds me so much of my beloved and never forgotten vWorker. Every freelancer knows how invaluable is that you DON'T HAVE TO PAY for any membership fee or additional bids. There's NO LIMIT when it comes to how many times you can bid. The thing I love the most is the UNIQUE OPTION to get paid the very next week after I submit work thanks to the PAYDAY ADVANCE feature.

The only drawback is the fact that this is a relatively new freelance website that's still growing. I'm not worried because this is a "curable condition." You aren't going to see new projects popping up every minute, but what you see there is 100% safe and real. No spammers, fake projects, and scammers.

I just hope that goLance is going to survive long enough in the freelance jungle and that's going to resist all corporate temptations.

Give it a GO!

Tip for consumers:
Don't judge a book by its cover and don't judge a freelance website by the number of its users and projects. Go straight to the "Hire" section and see for yourself how many working hours some goLancers have.


Nebojsa Has Earned 44 Votes

Nebojsa T.'s review of Trustpilot earned 14 Very Helpful votes

Nebojsa T.'s review of Hackernoon earned 4 Very Helpful votes

Nebojsa T.'s review of Upwork earned 18 Very Helpful votes

Nebojsa T.'s review of Grammarly earned 6 Very Helpful votes

Nebojsa T.'s review of goLance earned 2 Very Helpful votes

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