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by Irina Kings | Jan 9, 2018

5 Freelance Websites to Find Jobs

5 Freelance Websites. Working from home….  Waiting for a client to choose if they want to work with you makes you pretty anxious but, it’s…

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5 Freelance Websites.

Working from home….  Waiting for a client to choose if they want to work with you makes you pretty anxious but, it’s worth it. definitely a job for those who want something to do in their spare time   There’s no question that millions of people have discovered the benefits of professional freelancing. As trends like the digital nomad lifestyle grow in popularity, the number of freelance resources out there has increased as well.  After some research I decided to make a list of 10 best freelance website

Upwork.

Is a freelance organization that allows you to pick your own hours. It is very helpful for freelancers but it is also extremely competitive. It is tough to find clients at first but the more quality work you complete the better business gets.

With over 1.5 million clients, Upwork offers something for every type of freelancer. It accommodates both short- and long-term projects, hourly or per-project work and expert-level and entry-level engagements.

Freelancer.

Unlike most other platforms, in addition to offering millions of projects, Freelancer allows you to compete with other freelancers in contests to prove your skills. If you’re competitive and confident in your expertise, it’s a great way to showcase your abilities and attract more clients.

Guru.

This site lets you easily showcase your past work experience and offers a daily job-matching feature to make sure you don’t miss out on any good opportunities.

Peopleperhour.

This is a great platform, focusing on freelancing for web projects. If you’re a designer, web developer, SEO specialist, etc., peopleperhour is definitely worth checking out.

iFreelance.

This platform accommodates some of the usual suspects of the freelancing world (writers, editors, coders, etc.) but also features freelance marketers as well. Unlike other sites, iFreelance lets you keep 100 percent of your earnings.