Find your freelance jobs on these websites!

The demand for online jobs is increasing, and if you are a person with the right skills for handling an online project, don’t hesitate to immediately refer to the websites that offer freelance jobs as below:

Find your freelance jobs on these websites

Fiverr.com

Fiverr is a network that has been so famous in the freelancer world for a long time. You just need to register for an account and post your services to have a chance to get a part-time job at home.

The advantage of Fiverr is that it has a fairly cheap basic price of 5 USD with simple operation, attractive marketing strategy, so it brings a large number of customers for freelancers to work for.

This network has jobs such as writing & translation, online marketing, advertising, design, programming, …

Upwork.com

Another familiar name among the most well-known freelance job posting sites is Upwork. The previous Upwork predecessor was called Odesk.

The jobs here include web programming, mobile programming, design, marketing, …

The advantage of this network is its professional interface, its diversity in types of freelance jobs, and last but not least, its numerous supporting features.

Besides the advantages, there are inevitable disadvantages, that is, when you create a profile on this network, it will require you a lot of detailed information, which some people find annoying and “fussy”. The next downside is that it requires an initial fee of 20%.

Freelancer.com

At freelancer.com, there is a special tradition that they often create contests for freelancers to showcase their talents with the aim of increasing their competitiveness with other competitors.

If you intend to make money on this network, you should participate in contests organized by freelancer.com to create credibility for yourself. This will make it easier for you to get more jobs than your competitors do.

However, besides that interesting aspect of this network, there are also disadvantages for newcomers.

You will get 30 days of free trial and when the 30 days are over, you have to pay a monthly fee of $ 10.

If you are a good freelancer, paying a little fee is not a problem, isn’t it? But if you are a beginner freelancer, this is not something that will interest you.

Guru.com

This is also a popular choice for new freelancers. Freelance jobs at this network include mobile programming, design, web programming, content writing, etc.

iwriter.com

This is a network that specializes in writing only. So, if you are not a content writer and are in need for some suitable freelance jobs, you might have to skip this page!

99designs.com

This site is where you can find all kinds of design jobs, so if you’re looking for non-design jobs, this isn’t your playground.

Peopleperhour.com

This network is for freelancers who are experts in web design and programming because most of the projects here are designing and building websites. So if you are not so familiar with this skill, you might want to consider other job posting sites above.

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Gracie Nguyen

To have good luck is a skill Not knowing how to seize opportunities is also a form of incompetence.

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To have good luck is a skill Not knowing how to seize opportunities is also a form of incompetence.