August 25, 2018

Saturday, August 25, 2018
10 Best Freelance Websites
Using a freelance platform is great for those searching for additional ways to earn extra income, those who simply enjoy the freedom of freelancing at home. Those freelance websites provide access to just-in-time workers to complete important assignments of all kinds; from small projects like creating a logo, designing a business card to long term assignments like building a mobile app. Once you have established a good portfolio, there are some great freelance websites that you can find work as a freelancer. Most of the time, the freelance platform will even provide all of the tools that are needed to develop your portfolio so that potential clients are attracted to it. Here’s a list of the 10 best sites to find work as a freelancer.

10 Best Freelance Websites to Find Work in 2018

1. Upwork  
Upwork is a global freelancing platform where businesses and independent professionals connect and collaborate remotely. In 2015, Elance-oDesk was rebranded as Upwork. It is based in Mountain View and San Francisco, California. The full name is Upwork Global Inc. With over 1.5 million clients, Upwork offers something for every type of freelancer. It is most popular freelance job site on the Internet today.

2. Fiverr  
Fiverr is an online marketplace for freelance services. Founded in 2010, the company is based in Tel Aviv, and provides a platform for freelancers to offer services to customers worldwide. As of 2012, over three million services were listed on Fiverr.With $5 projects, called ‘gigs,’ Fiverr has the lowest entry point of all the freelance websites. It is best for businesses that have short, quick, low-cost work that needs to be done quickly.

3. Freelancer 
Freelancer is a global crowdsourcing marketplace website, which allows potential employers to post jobs that freelancers can then bid to complete. Founded in 2009, its headquarters is located in Sydney, Australia. Freelancer has a huge variety of projects, some formatted as hourly and some as contests – the only downside is that they only give 8 free applications before you have to pay the membership fee.

4. Guru 
Guru allows companies to find freelance workers for commissioned work. Founded in 1998 in Pittsburgh as eMoonlighter.com and still headquartered there. It is best for businesses that want to deal with a proven vendor that’s been around a while. It also has one of the lowest transaction fees of all the websites.

5. Toptal 
Toptal is catered to businesses looking for talent in the finance industry, including consultants, financial modeling and valuation, fundraising, market research.

6. People Per Hour  
People Per Hour is a great freelance platform, focusing on freelancing for especially web projects. If you’re a designer, web developer or SEO specialist it is definitely worth checking out.

7. 99Designs 
99Designs is set up in a bit of a different format than typical freelance sites. Businesses post opportunities and designers submit their creations. If they choose yours, you’ll receive a predetermined amount of money.

8.CloudPeeps  
CloudPeeps is the best for you if you have a rich portfolio and feel like you have the experience to start at a higher level. They’re a bit more exclusive, which makes it harder to join but easier to get jobs if you do get accepted.

9. Indeed 
Indeed collects all the jobs on the interwebs and puts them all in one place. They’re easy to search through, and looking specifically for remote jobs is a piece of cake.

10. Freelance Writing  
Freelance Writing is a source of writing jobs is excellent for freelancers all over the map, from brand spanking new to very experienced. It’s easy to filter for the type of job you want and the experience you have, and it’s totally free.

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