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Top 10 Freelancing Websites

The Best Freelance Jobs Websites for Landing Remote Freelance Work

 

Whether you’re looking for the well-paid, best freelance jobs, or to just to get freelance work on the side that can help pad your savings or pay the bills, then you’ve come to the right place.

No matter if it’s more bills than usual coming down the pike, your boss getting progressively worse, or if you’re just tired of your full-time gig, I’ve got your back with these best freelance jobs websites.

 

1. FlexJobs

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FlexJobs knows that there's a ton of junk out there for job seekers. Whether it's the too-good-to-be-true business opportunities, endless ads, broken links, repetitive postings, or just straight-out scams... well, yes, there's a lot of junk out there. And it's often burying the actual good job opportunities. FlexJobs can change that. We can make your job search experience better, easier, faster, and safer.

This is a very well-curated site for not only freelance jobs, but also remote and otherwise flexible gigs. It’s sorted by the type of freelance job (or otherwise) you may want, and you won’t have to worry about scam postings, because they research the jobs and monitor new gigs pretty thoroughly. As I’m sure you’ve guessed, it’s not free if you want regular access to their freelance jobs, though.

 

2. Fiverr

 

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Fiverr is the world’s largest marketplace for digital services. Fiverr enables you to browse the selection of freelancers offering services, and to place orders in just one click. A service offered on Fiverr is called a Gig. 

Fiverr gets its name from its site design: every job starts at $5. It sounds low, but you can set up tiers above the base $5 option, which adds up fast! It’s also a great way to get started and build up your portfolio.

 

3. Upwork

Once upon a time, there existed two leading platforms for landing freelance jobs: oDesk and Elance. Eventually, their two kingdoms combined to create one large peaceful marketplace for people to land freelance jobs from clients all over the world. Enter: Upwork. As a result, this freelance jobs site is huge. They have over 12 million freelancers and 5 million clients listing upwards of 3 million freelance jobs each year. Just about every freelancer can find their niche here, but beware: Upwork takes a 20% cut until you build up a regular relationship with a client. It’s very beginner friendly, but be prepared to take lower-priced freelance jobs through sites like Upwork, than you would from the more carefully curated marketplaces that focus on a specific niche.

 

4. Indeed

Indeed is the #1 job site in the world1 with over 25 crore unique visitors2 every month. Indeed strives to put job seekers first, giving them free access to search for jobs, post resumes, and research companies. Every day, we connect millions of people to new opportunities.

Indeed collects all the jobs on the interwebs and puts them all in one place. They’re easy to search through, and looking specifically for remote jobs is a piece of cake. If you’re open to working at a local company, you can search that too. Best of all, it’s free!

 

5. Freelance Writing

This source of writing jobs is excellent for freelancers all over the map, from brand spanking new to very experienced. It’s easy to filter for the type of job you want and the experience you have, and it’s totally free.

freelance writer is a writer who works on a self-employed basis. They can work for just one magazine or, more often, they write for several different publications at a time. The more diverse a writer can be, the more likely they are to be published and paid for their work.

 

6. Freelancer

Freelancer.com is the world's largest freelancing and crowdsourcing marketplace by number of users and projects. We connect over 34,393,565 employers and freelancers globally from over 247 countries, regions and territories. Through our marketplace, employers can hire freelancers to do work in areas such as software development, writing, data entry and design right through to engineering, the sciences, sales and marketing, accounting and legal services.

This site has a huge variety of projects, some formatted as hourly and some as contests – the only downside is that they only give 8 free applications before you have to pay the membership fee. The project fee is also a little different – pay between $3-5 or 3-5%, whichever is greater (one of the cheaper commission rates).

 

7. Guru

Guru makes it easy to create a profile that shows off your experience, making it easier to be contacted by potential employers, while also wading through the massive amounts of job postings made every day. They give a decent amount of free applications, rationed by the year, and charge about 9% commission.

Our company is made up of a few dozen introverts, extroverts, right brains, and left brains, all working hard to make products people love to use. Our in-house support staff sits on the front lines, helping members solve problems and make the most of their Guru accounts. Our marketing and user-experience designers are constantly innovating, collaborating, and fixing things. And behind the scenes, we’ve got planners and business analysts keeping the wheels turning. We hire thoughtfully, because we’re building a team to scale with thousands of new users a day.

 

8. People Per Hour

PeoplePerHour is a freelancing marketplace connecting small businesses (known as "Buyers") with a vast pool of talented freelancers ("Freelancers") offering every business service you can imagine from copywriting to logo design, web development to business administration, or writing articles.

This one is great for marketers, as well as SEO folks and software engineers. PPH takes care of just about everything in the process, but only allows for 15 applications before charging. Browsing is free though, so totally worth it to send out some feelers and see if you think it’s worth it.

 

9. 99 Designs

This site is set up in a bit of a different format than typical freelance sites, but it does work in the design context. Clients publish a contest, and designers submit their work as their application. The client chooses the design they like best, and the designer gets paid. I’m sure you’ve noticed the downside – if you don’t win, you don’t get paid. However, it can be an excellent way to build up your portfolio at the beginning, and if you’ll be doing work anyway, it can be a great resource.

the global creative platform that makes it easy for designers and clients to work together to create designs they love. We connect more than one million talented freelance designers with creative people, genius entrepreneurs, savvy businesses… anyone who needs great work.

 

10. Envato Studio

Envato Studio is a community of hand-picked designers, developers and digital talent, available to work on your project. From logo design to web development, to video production, we make it easy to connect and work together to get your job done. See how it works.
In April 2013 we launched a beta version called Microlancer, focussed on small design and development jobs with up-front pricing. Over the first 12 months our community of talent and buyers quickly grew, as did the size and type of jobs they completed. So, on our first birthday we changed our name to Envato Studio to better reflect who we are and what we do.
We believe there is a better way to get digital projects done. Buyers should have easy access to talent all around the world, select who they wish to work with, and have quality work completed without any surprises. We are equally passionate about providing genuine opportunities for our talented community to do the work they love.

 

 

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That’s all for this post. I hope you find it helpful. Feel free to drop any queries, doubts, or suggestions regarding anything mentioned above in the comments section

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