Sites That Pay You Cash To Be A Freelancer

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Upwork (previously oDesk)  –  It accommodates both short- and long-term projects, hourly or per-project work and expert-level and entry-level engagements.

Freelancer – Lots of project-based work in many different industries.

People Per Hour – If you’re a designer, web developer, SEO specialist, etc, this is a great platform to look for freelancing projects.

iFreelance – Hundreds of freelance projects to big on. You keep 100% of your earnings. Paid membership required.

Project4Hire – Companies and business owners looking for programmers, designers and writers.

GetACoder – Website programmers, designers, and writers need for small scale projects.

Guru – Tons of jobs to choose from Admin Support to Legal jobs.

Toptal – Toptal caters to more experienced freelancers. You must go through an intense screening process but can get work through very prestigious companies and you will not have to bid on jobs.

Hubspot Talent – A relatively new freelance website that promises fairer compensation for the independent contractor.


Do you have a favorite freelance website we didn’t mention, or an experience with one that you would like to share? Let us know in the comments below!

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There are many other freelancer websites which are not listed above. I used to work on Elance, but it is now upwork. Upwork is charging 20% of Fee which is too high for me. After a lot of research, I’m now working on a Global freelance platform called since 2016.Overall I’m satisfied with this platform. So, try to list out as many as possible so that users like me get more info about freelancing. It’s just a suggestion 🙂

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