The Best Freelance Websites For Finding Jobs

The Best Freelance Websites For Finding JobsMay 3, 2017

With over 1.5 million clients, Upwork (previously oDesk) offers something for every type of freelancer.
It accommodates both short- and long-term projects, hourly or per-project work and expert-level and entry-level engagements.
Regardless of where you are in your career, Upwork is likely to have something for you.


ToptalMay 3, 2017

One of today’s most popular and best known freelancing sites, Toptal helps to connect freelance designers and developers all over the world with clients.
Focusing on technical projects, this company has a policy of rigorously screening their freelancers for skill, English language and technical knowledge and only around 3% of applicants are ultimately accepted.
Toptal is an entirely remote business with no real-world office.


FreelancerMay 3, 2017

Freelancer is a huge job board specifically for freelance jobs.
Much of the jobs listed on the site are tech jobs, with listings for designers, developers, marketers, SEO specialists, and more.


GuruMay 3, 2017

Like many freelance job websites, Guru displays a freelancers portfolio, which includes reviews, past jobs and how much that person has earned through the site, so companies can verify the quality of a potential worker.
The site also shows how much a particular company has spent on Guru freelancers, so job seekers can make an educated decision about the companies they want to work for.
Search for work by category, location and fixed versus hourly jobs.


99designsMay 3, 2017

This particular platform is made for freelance designers who compete in contests and then receive feedback as the client chooses the one that they like the best.
It is a great way for designers to get their work seen and to build their portfolio. Hundreds of thousands of clients and freelancers have had successful contracts.
The client is in charge of outlining everything about the project before any number of the millions of designers from all over the world choose to take part in the content.


PeoplePerHourMay 3, 2017

This is a great platform, focusing on freelancing for web projects.
If you’re a designer, web developer, SEO specialist, etc., peopleperhour is definitely worth checking out.

PeoplePerHour is a U.K.-chartered company, but you can receive payment in U.S. dollars if you wish.
Projects are compensated on a per-hour or flat-fee basis – when you successfully complete a project and send an invoice to your client, your compensation is deposited in an escrow account.
PeoplePerHour deducts a 15% commission on the first 175 pounds that you earn in a given month, plus 3.5% on any additional earnings.
It also costs one pound to send an invoice.


CraigslistMay 3, 2017

If you need an on-site freelancer, Craigslist is a great way to find freelance talent in your community.
Although you might have to read through a large volume of resumes, posting a job is inexpensive, and you can include specific application instructions to help weed out people who just apply to jobs at random.
& You can easily browse for local offerings if you prefer something in-office, or you can search by major cities if you prefer working remotely.

Demand Media Studios

Demand Media StudiosMay 3, 2017

Demand Media Studios takes a different approach than many other platforms here, working with it’s freelancers to produce and promote great content.
It’s a great launching pad for creative freelancers, including filmmakers, editors, photographers, and more.

With tons of great freelancing platforms available across a wide range of industries, earning money and improving professionally as a freelancer is easier today than ever before.
Get started with the best freelance websites on this list today to discover the benefits of the freelance lifestyle!


JobRackMay 3, 2017

I had no success on this one.
It focuses on connecting clients with developers from East Europe.
Jobs you can find here range from freelance writing, web design and programming to internet marketing.
It offers small-scale projects and it is very good for small businesses from a client’s perspective and very useful for freelancers who are just new to freelancing.

College Recruiter

College RecruiterMay 3, 2017

Created with the college students and recent graduates in mind, College Recruiter is one of the best freelancing websites for these groups to find part-time work and earn some money while getting their education.
Trust me, being a student is not cheap by any means and freelancing will allow you to be more financially independent, while not neglecting your studies.
It certainly beats flipping burgers.