March 11, 2019, 8:35 am

Top Websites for Freelancing Services

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Business,Make Money Online
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Working remotely continues to be a growing trend among millennials, but despite a massive number of freelancing websites, most of them do not manage to make their dreams come true and get rid of a boss. On the other hand, maybe some people among you need to find someone to work for them, in various fields and niches, and struggle with that.

That is why today we’ll discuss a few important and popular freelancing websites which both categories mentioned above can use, especially if their field of activity is related to marketing or advertising.

People Per Hour  

There’s no doubt that People Per Hour is one of the most famous online freelance marketplaces. If you want to find new ways to advertise your services and expertise, PPH hosts a wide range of freelance jobs categories, like marketing & SEO, social media, design, development and IT, writing, banners creation and advertising (like on marketplaces such as Clicksdealer.com) and many others. We must mention, however, one of the downsides of the platform, which is related to handling fees, which aren’t low. Despite that, if you want to advertise your services, on PPH, you can find a lot of experienced professionals to help you.     

FlexJobs

Although this freelancing service is not free, FlexJobs is one of the most well-curated websites for people who want to search remote and flexible gigs. Since it is not free, you won’t need to worry about scam posting or anything shady of that kind. The company is constantly reviewing and monitoring new posts, making sure they’re 100% legit. The opportunities posted on the website cover a wide variety of domains, including computer & IT jobs, marketing, art & creative and much more. 

Upwork

The combination of once two of the leading freelance platforms in the online world – oDesk and Elance, now called Upwork, is currently one of the biggest marketplaces for freelancers. They have more than 12 million freelancers, 5 million clients, and more than 3 million freelance jobs are posted on the platform each year. Like People Per Hour, the biggest downside of Upwork is that it takes 20% of your revenue. However, you’ll have the opportunity to get in touch with a lot of big companies and brands, establish relationships, and then work directly with them.

Gigster

This one is a tech-oriented website, where you can find software engineers, web designers, app developers and many other talented professionals who can help you with your tech-related tasks and projects. What’s interesting about Gigster is that the platform uses artificial intelligence to match freelancers with newly-posted projects, in order to ensure both the clients’ and the freelancer’s satisfaction from the process and overall service.        

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