Question:

Where to apply for freelance jobs?

15 October, 2021 Paul Mote 6

Answers (6):

  • AUTHOR: BRUCE SCHEWE
    19 October, 2021

    The best place to look for freelance opportunities is oDesk, Elance, or the Freelancer platform. Some other good places to check are Craigslist, Indeed.com, LinkedIn's jobs listings, Kijiji (Canada) and local online job boards in your area. It also helps to update your LinkedIn profile with all of the skills you have so it will be easier for employers to find you there. When posting about yourself on freelancing platforms like oDesk or Elance make sure you include an overview about how much experience you have at what task and why they should hire you because sometimes this can help attract clients that need someone with specific talents over just any old body that will work for peanuts!

  • AUTHOR: YURI GRUMBLES
    19 October, 2021

    The Internet of course. There are a plethora of websites out there for finding a freelance job, and it is difficult to rank them because each site might fit your needs better depending on how you work. It's best to go on the search with an open mind and find what suits you from all the options that are available. The freelance marketplace is alive and buzzing- more than half of workers in America already do some sort of freelancing at least occasionally, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  • AUTHOR: JAMES GEDDES
    19 October, 2021

    Answer: The Best Place for Freelance & Part-Time Jobs

    The best freelance job boards are at Get that job. For every type of freelance opportunity, you'll find plenty of listings that are updated daily. It's free to post a job listing on the site, and it costs nothing to apply for one. And if you do get an offer, you can take it with no strings attached or negotiate right in your decision email--which is conveniently sent back to the interviewer.

  • AUTHOR: ERIC VOLKMAN
    19 October, 2021

    It's best to figure out your niche, and then do a Google search for the specific information you're looking for. For example: freelance web developers in Houston or freelance writers in Tulsa. Be cautious of sites like UpWork where the customer can easily leave bad reviews about an experience with a freelancer without consequence. The only difference between these sorts of websites and ones like Craigslist is that anyone who registers with such a website has somehow been vetted by such service (though such vetting process will be subjectively determined).

  • AUTHOR: THOMAS BADON
    19 October, 2021

    Both Upwork and Fivver are great places to get freelance work. However, if you're looking for specific types of work or experience, then these might not be the best options. If you want freelance writing jobs in journalism, publishing, magazines, social media marketing or any other related field then consider Angel List. Market yourself on your personal website in order to attract clients directly. If you're in need of a freelancer in graphic design, illustration or mapping services then it's worth checking out 99designs. Work with someone one-on-one instead of working with several people at once which can result in lower quality work delivered by not experienced designers.

  • AUTHOR: DENNIS FLEISHMAN
    19 October, 2021

    Facebook, Facebook, and more Facebook. Job listings are in the "Careers" section of a company's official page on Facebook. Just go to a company's page and click on "Careers" in the upper right corner of the profile sidebar. You'll have to apply for each job individually, so be prepared to fill out all the application questions again for every opportunity that appeals to you. The upside is that when you're finished with one freelance project, it shouldn't take too long before another one pops up from your own network!