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Are you a freelancer, or you want to start your career as a freelancer ?

Are you a freelancer, or you want to start your career as a freelancer ?

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Are you a freelancer, or you want to start your career as a freelancer?

Are you a business man who need help, or you need temporary workers for your business?
With Today’s technology, whatever you need you can find it online.
There are a plenty of websites which can help any businessman to display his job vacancies, and help any freelancer to find the job that suits his abilities… These websites are considered as effective marketplaces, which opened up millions of new opportunities and became very powerful marketing platforms.
If you are looking for getting
higher-paying gigs, the these websites worth checking. However, this isn’t just a matter of signing up on one of the popular platforms, you will have to create a great portfolio of your CV and past work, and you may even have to prove your abilities and skills through tests.

Here are 24 perfect websites to find freelance assistance and help, or to find a job. Most of these websites are free for both freelancers and employers to use, however some of them have some fees or paid premium features.

 

1- Woojobz.com 

As the world’s leading job site, with million of visitors and growing day by day from over 190 different countries. Woojobz helps companies of all sizes hire the best talent and offers the best opportunity for job seekers to get hired.
Woojobz.com offers a comprehensive suite of interactive recruitment services , International corporations recruit from Woojobz.com’s ever-increasing pool of top talent and manage their recruitment process through uniquely developed software applications via the Internet.
Woojobz.com offers both FREE and paid job posting for companies and freelancer consultants.

 

 

2- Upwork
Elance and Odesk were two websites which merged to create the great Upwork.
Now it has millions of freelancers and job opportunities, you can easily find a freelancer for your small business. Moreover, there are a rating system which shows what previous employers think of a freelancer. For freelancers, Upwork offers millions of employers looking to hire help.
Upwork really offers something for every type of freelancers and businessmen. It also provides short- and long-term projects, hourly or per-project work.

 

3- freelancer
Unlike other platforms, freelancer offers millions of projects and allows you to compete with others in contests to prove your skills and you can bid on each project.

 

 

4. Guru
This website gives you the opportunity to show your past work experience, and it offers daily job-matchings so you don’t miss any opportunity. At the Guru Workroom, you can easily manage your work.
Employers also can get access to more than 1.5 million freelancers and a time-tracking system.

 

5-Fiver
At fiverr, services start at $5, but of course you may have to pay more for some services. You should be careful and stay away from spammy services especially buying social media followers. Instead, go for getting a simple image created, writing articles, translating something… Freelancers can also use Fiverr to show their services and rates.

 

 

6- Toptal
It is a really special platform with a different approach than the others. It offers an access to many unique projects with big clients (JPMorgan, Zendesk, Airbnb, etc.) and it has a fair compensation ( no bidding). You can also join the Toptal community and get involved in frequent meetups and tech events.

 

 

7- 99designs
It is an amazing platform for freelance designers, here you can compete in design contests and get feedback for your work since the clients only choose the ones which suit them. It’s really great way for talented designers to prove their talents and get new opportunities.

 

 

8- iFreelance
This platform display some of the usual jobs and services of the freelancing world like writing, proofreading, editing, photographing, translating, designing, codeing, etc…. Unlike other sites, iFreelance is not free for freelancers since it takes membership fees, but it lets you keep 100 percent of your earnings.

 

 

9- Craigslist
Although most people think that Craigslist is just a platform for buying and selling things, it’s much more. Actually, it is a great source of freelance jobs. You can browse for local offerings or search by major cities if you prefer to work remotely.

 

 

10- EnvatoStudio
FreelanceSwitch has merged with EnvatoStudio to form one freelance site which focuses on graphics, website designs and programming only. Small businesses can also find freelancers to design their websites, develop apps, and do similar tech and design projects.

 

 

11- Peopleperhour
Peopleperhour is a great platform, it focuses on freelance web projects. Whether you are a designer, web developer, SEO specialist, etc., you must check it out.
Here, small business owners can employ freelancers for a small trial project then they can commit to a longer-term contract. Freelancers doesn’t bid on projects, but they post fixed-price services.

 

 

12- Freelance Writing Gigs
Are you a writer, editor, blogger, publisher or any combination of those? Freelance Writing Gigs is a very great option for you and for any freelancer who have a special way to play with words.

 

 

13- Demand Media
Demand Media is a platform for creative writers, filmmakers, producers, photographers, designers and more. It doesn’t offer jobs, but you can work with this website to create a unique content, engage audiences and promote your talents and skills.

 

 

14- CrowdSite
At CrowdSite, you create some descriptions, like tweets, to describe your project, then you wait and see who will respond, and then after that you can negotiate with the freelancer about the details and payments. You can also make a design contest on the site.

 

 

 

15- College Recruiter
College Recruiter is a platform for college students or the recent graduated who are looking for freelance jobs of any type. It offers part-time work, and it can really be a great opportunity for you to start your career.

 

 

16- GetACoder
This site is for what small businesses need to get a website, GetACoder offers millions of small projects to choose from.

 

 

17- Project4hire
It offers hundred and more of project categories. Project4hire really makes it easy to find the job that suits your skills and abilities without scanning through large volumes of posts. It offers great opportunities for coders, consultants, designers , writers and many more.

 

 

18- SimplyHired
It is one of the biggest platforms with a wider range than most other platforms. SimplyHired is really perfect for almost everyone from the sales people to the construction workers. Moreover, it includes a beneficial blog with hiring tips, a company directory and a location-based search.

 

 

19- JournalismJobs
It is really a special platform for any job related to journalism. From newspaper, wire services, online media and startups, television and radio, magazines and publishing, trade publication and newsletters, diversity jobs… And much more can be found here. In few words, it is the place to find freelancers for news sites newspapers and magazines, and anything requiring a journalistic background.

 

 

20- Awesomeweb
It offers jobs related to logo design, sales page, ecommerce, blog design, infographic, book cover, wordpress theme and maintenance, mobile and web app, page speed, and banner ads..

 

 

 

21- Online Writing Jobs
It is a content service where companies can get content from pre-screened writers, then the articles go through an editing process of two stages. Finally, they are sent to the employer. Freelancers get paid up to $50/ article.

 

 

22- DailyPosts
Actually dailyposts is a British company that employs writers to write the articles, then all articles are checked twice, by two editors, before they are sent to the employer.

 

 

 

23- Canadian Freelance Writing Jobs
It is a job board, and it is totally free to both employers and writers. It is ad-supported, but only the job ads which pay a fair rate are accepted.

 

 

24- Textbroker
Businessmen, especially the website owners can use Textbroker to hire content writers mainly the U.S. writers. They can specify the quality and the quantity of the writing they want and pay higher rates for important articles.

 

 

 

25- PitchMe
If your small business needs a journalist to write articles, you can use PitchMe.org.
Here, all what you have to do is to sign up and describe the articles you need, then many journalists would pitch you their ideas.
When you like and accept one, you pay the site. Then the journalist will get paid when you accept the finished article.

Whether you’re a programmer, designer, writer, translator… Whether you are an expert, college student or something in between… Whether you are a freelancer or looking for one, you have above a plenty of freelance platforms for you to begin and express yourself.. Check out the above sit

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