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Freelancing Sites to Get a Job Fast

Updated on April 10, 2018
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Prachi has been working as a freelance writer since 2012. When not writing, she helps people with web designing and development.


As I already mentioned some of the most prominent sites in my earlier article. These sites are highly relevant to every kind of freelancer. Though if you are not satisfied with their working and looking for any better marketplace, then here are some more options:

1. Remotive

This site has provided work to thousands of freelancers till now and has been featured several times in Forbes, Time, Chicago Tribune and many more. They also conduct webinars to help you out with your projects.

2. FlexJobs

FlexJobs is the leading job search site specializing in the best remote, part-time, freelance, and flexible jobs available.

3. PeoplePerHour

PeoplePerHour is a very popular freelancing site in the United Kingdom and has offered jobs to millions of people worldwide. It has been in this field for over a decade now and is considered as one of the top choices for finding remote jobs.

4. Crowdsite

Alike the micro-blogging site, Twitter, Crowdsite allows clients to post a 140 character long notice to describe their project needs. Then, freelancers can apply by responding to that offer.

5. YunoJuno

Many of the YunoJuno's clients are from tier-1 companies. This clearly ensures huge payment to the freelancers most of the times. The freelancers are hired mainly from London and New York. They are also known for their transparent services.

6. Just Answer

Just Answer has been a highly recommended question and answer website. The experts reply to the questions on a freelance basis. The topics may vary from legal, automotive, engineering, education, tech support and more.

7. Krop

Krop has an amazing inbuilt portfolio maker to give a great start. The jobs on this website are mainly related to tech, design and administration. If you are one of these, then this is a must visit website.

8. CloudPeeps

CloudPeeps help the businesses to find local and remote professionals who are expert as virtual assistants, designers, social media managers and more. Freelancers are rated out of 5 stars and the highest rated ones are displayed on the home page.

9. MetaFilter Jobs

MetaFilter works on the basis of latitude and longitude. You can look for the available jobs and also have the option to know the location of the clients.

10. Aquent

Aquent is rated as one of the "largest creative/marketing staffing firms in the United States." This site has an operating income of more than $500 million and has been in operation since 1986.

11. Project4Hire

Project4Hire is a freelancing service platform for almost all kinds of jobs, whether it is web development, translation and more. Before beginning the project, there is a 5% project fee. In case, the client falls through, the fee is refunded.

12. iFreelance

iFreelance provides remote job offers of every kind, including marketers, translators, coders and writers. According to the reviews, it is one of those rare sites that allow you to keep the 100% of your earnings.

13. Damongo

Similar to Fiverr, Damongo is highly known for micro-jobs online. You can earn bucks by doing a wide variety of tasks. If you are already familiar with Fiverr, then this is a no big deal for you.

14. LinkedIn Profinder

LinkedIn is already a very famous social network site among professionals. Almost all the exiting tech giants have their profiles on this site. In that scenario, applying for jobs on LinkedIn Profinder gives you an additional benefit of having a close interaction with the biggest names in the industry. Currently, this service works only in the United States.

The sites mentioned so far caters to the need of every kind of talented professional and are the genuine ones. Despite of their good reputation, the sites have no control on what type of businesses or individuals are looking for freelancers. So, it is very important on your side to know your client well, before you start working for them.

Freelancers are one of the most preferred workers across many industries because of their high working efficiency.
Freelancers are one of the most preferred workers across many industries because of their high working efficiency. | Source


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