Question:

Is freelancer.com legit reddit?

15 October, 2021 Albert Noren 6

Answers (6):

  • AUTHOR: WALTER PEKAR
    18 October, 2021

    Answer: No. Freelancer.com is not analogous to reddit.
    Freelancer's interface has been likened to eBay, while Reddit has a front page that doesn't work like an auction site- users post their own items for others to vote on instead of the other way around." Freelancers are typically paid using PayPal upon completion of the project or once payments have cleared while payments on reddit are more loosely defined and usually go into escrow until there is dispute resolution between buyer and seller.
    But, unlike its more contemporary counterpart, freelancers is still an online marketplace where goods/services are exchanged in return for money with no shipping required just as if be buying from Amazon or ebay- you can even pay someone in any currency

  • AUTHOR: WILLIAM DREWS
    18 October, 2021

    It's not Reddit. Freelancer.com is a job finding site that connects people in need of work with contractors who specialize in the services they are looking for. Freelancers post their qualifications and employers list available jobs and will usually include a description of what type of freelancer they're looking for and the budget they envision spending on the project. Basically, it's just another way to find employment if you don't have one or can't find one through more traditional means like headhunters or networking events.

  • AUTHOR: SAMATHA REDNER
    18 October, 2021

    Long answer is yes. Short answer? Freelancer doesn't have any of the overhead costs of a traditional hiring firm, so it can offer lower rates with better service. Companies have long used sites for outsourcing work to massive slabs of "labor". They're sometimes taken by freelance groups or firms/companies that are looking to generate income based on what is offered in their free time, but more often than not they're taken by people who are lucky enough to be good at what they do and are willing to put in the time necessary without pay because, IRL, you gotta eat.

  • AUTHOR: JOHNATHON GEDDES
    18 October, 2021

    Freelancer.com is a good place to post and find freelance jobs, and it's also a great way to generate leads for your own services. It's possible that freelancer gets some of its projects from the various communities around the internet - so in this sense it could be considered legitimate reddit, but beware of costs involved when doing any kind of work online! Freelancers often have problems with employers not paying up after they've done their job because there aren't very many legal or physical standards when working remotely. So beware before you start working on projects without being given significant upfront payment!

  • AUTHOR: ELROY ROBERIE
    18 October, 2021

    It's hard to tell whether the program is legitimate. If nothing else, it's an elegant project. It's pretty easy to get sucked into this site because there are so many jobs posted here, but ask around for help if you want concrete answers--there are dozens of forums and subreddits devoted specifically to freelance work that should prove considerably more productive than simpler sites like reddit. Anyone can post about any job they're looking for or pursuing on freelancer, which frankly doesn't speak well of the site considering that it requires no work experience or portfolio whatsoever--you'll have zero guarantees that these people will deliver what they've promised.

  • AUTHOR: BRIAN MONGOLD
    18 October, 2021

    Yes, Freelancer.com is legit and is not a scam like some people say on reddit. I think that freelancer.com is like stepping into like a button and then it's up to you what you want the button to do, Seriously though there are two types of buttons; one type can take you anywhere but doesn't sound any alarms, and the other type of button call out an alarm if someone enters the same button as them so I guess my question is which one would you want? And don't forget your outside influences for this decision because they might change where ever your going with how long it takes to get there. Safe answer: different strokes for different folks!