Upwork for freelancers
Upwork was formed from the merging of two great freelance companies; Elance and oDesk in the middle of 2015. It is an independent global freelancing platform where clients and freelancers can meet up remotely. It is a global company with its headquarters located in San Francisco and Mountain View, California. Upwork has a transparent system where the clients pay hourly or per task completed. If you hire a freelancer, you pay for only the hours they spent working for you. Upwork’s software allows you to monitor your worker’s activity stages, and web cameras and a screenshot of their computer are used to ensure workers are using their time productively. Upwork charges a fee of 20% which is reduced to 10% after you’ve made $500 from a particular client; it is reduced to %5 and even 2% eventually.
Fiverr is a great freelance site both for clients and freelancers. It is a top global outsourcing marketplace that offers tasks and services beginning at a price of $5 for each completed job.
Fiverr is used widely by freelancers to provide services to customers around the globe. presently, there are more than 3,000,000 listed services on Fiverr for prices ranging from $5 and $500.
It is the world’s largest marketplace for small services. It can be a reliable way of making money even without the knowledge of coding or design. Take a look at the gigs created by others and you’ll find something you can do also.
Virtual Coworker is a company with the objective of helping businesses hire affordable, full-time and part-time freelancers who work remotely from the Philippines. Virtual Coworker’s efficient account managers and dedicated recruitment team work together to provide the best freelancers for the positions you need; from a huge database of workers.
Virtual Coworker provides a unique online management system that easily enables you to monitor and communicate with your employees. Coupled with recruitment services, Virtual Coworker also offers assistance in the ongoing management of an affordable labor force.
A relatively new member of the freelance family, Toptal is perfect for experienced software developers. They have a very intense screening process where only the top 3% of developers are accepted. It might not be as easy to start up on a project as with some of the other sites listed above.
If you are able to pass through the screening and get selected, you’ll find it’s a pretty great setup. This service pay really well, they pay higher rates than all the other above-listed sites. They can get you started with a couple of projects ranging from short-term to long-term, and will provide you with projects that specifically fits you and your skillset.
Are you are looking for a highly qualified developer for a high-quality projector for your startup, I highly recommend hiring a developer from this site.
It is one of the oldest and the biggest freelance sites out there. It was launched in the year 2003 and it has now developed into the world’s biggest outsourcing destination. It recently acquired two great giants in the freelancing marketplace: vWorker and Scriptlance and has now become larger than ever.
freelancer is a great place to start if you’re new to the freelancing world; whether as a client or freelancer. You can easily sign up as a client or a freelancer and start hiring or earning. I highly recommend newbie’s and even the professional freelancers to sign up on Freelancer.
This platform was established in 2001, and it enables freelancers to advertise their skills and services in order to land the right jobs. Both freelancers and employers create their profiles on this website and they go into job contracts after vetting each other’s profile and their professional reputation online. The activities of a freelancer are managed through a Work Room and payments are made through a SafePay system.
This is a UK-based company popularly known online as PPH. It brings together clients and freelancers who are either seeking or offering writing services, designing, web development, social media, business development, etc.
This site follows a system, very similar to other freelancing sites. You will find both on-site as well as online freelancing gigs on this site. Jobs or gigs can either be fixed price or hourly type.
Do you offer services in accounting, marketing, administration, programming, designing, and writing or in any other related categories? then you can join iFreelance to get projects to work on. Just create a profile which advertises the services that you offer. Instead, you can also bid on the projects that are suitable for your skillset. Signing up for iFreelance is not free, you will have to purchase one of its paid membership plans. I don’t think that it is really a drawback as it makes up for it by not deducting any fee from your earnings.
This is a great site for graphics designers. It includes only designing gigs that are in the form of contests. A client releases his/her design needs and freelance designers work on it. Only the approved design goes home with the prize money. What do I think about this site? I think this site offers great opportunities to upcoming designers. Even if you don’t win a contest, you get to develop your skills as a designer and the designs you have made will be a great addition to your portfolio. 99Design is a lovely site to join if you have skills in any type of designing.
SimplyHired is quite difficult to beat when it comes to the variety of freelancing jobs available on this platform. From administrative to construction, from personal care to high tech, this is the right marketplace for both online and offline freelance jobs. The site uploads jobs from 24 different countries across the globe. Apart from the Job listing, the site has other useful offers career development tips, company directory, and success stories.