What is freelancing? Freelancing is the act of working for people based on a contract level.  However, it may be working remotely from the comfort of your home. There are different ways freelancers can sell their skills, and yes, freelance gigs can turn into a lot more than your typical one-off project. In fact, according to Intuit, “the gig economy . . . is now estimated to be about 34% of the workforce and is expected to be 43% by the year 2020.”

The following are the freelance sites you can work:

  1. Freelancer: Freelancer is a popular platform where you can turn your skills into a lot of money by working for people. Freelancer is one of the trusted and largest online platform for finding jobs. Different companies and individual across the globe post thousands of engagements. How does a freelancer work? A buyer will post a project with a budget, and any seller that has the actual skill for the project will bid for the gig. There are many opportunities on freelancer, whatever the skill you possess.
  1. Upwork: Upwork is also a marketplace like where you bid for the project by sending a cover letter as a proposal, the time the project will take to deliver and the amount you can do the project. Over millions of projects are posting on upwork daily. Another comparable site is
  1. Fiverr: Fiverr is a marketplace originated from FIVE that is $5. The minimum job that can post by a buyer is $5. Also, $5 is the minimum offer that can be sent by a seller. On this platform, starting at $5, you can get everything from article writing, email marketing, digital marketing, video animation, cartoon artwork and much more. You can get your desired at $5, here on Fiverr.
  1. Toptal: Like other freelance sites, Toptal has many freelancers who want to bid on the projects offered there. Toptal security level is very high, and freelancers undergo rigorous screening exercise before the account can be confirmed. The least acceptance of freelancer applicants is 3%.

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  1. 99design: This site win my heart. Are you a graphics designer, web designer or you want more work, then 99design is the best for you. Companies(small business especially) post their projects. Such as new logos, website design, original art, packaging, etc. Freelancer is to submit their ideas when launching a “contest”. Let the best designer win!

Another great option on 99designs is a new functionality called “Find a Designer” that matches businesses with select designers within the community.

  1. Etsy: Are you artsy or crafty? And you want to sell more goods, then consider selling goods on Etsy. Statistics show that 30 million byers spent almost $3 billion on the site.

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  1. PeoplePerHour: PeoplePerHour is a UK-based company whose function is an online platform giving businesses access to thousands of skilled freelance experts in hundreds of different. Here on PeoplePerHour, you can work remotely from home by providing solutions to other people’s problem. The registration is effortless and the site can be easily navigated.

  1. iFreelance: iFreelance is another freelance online platform that works like other. Of all the freelancing platform available, iFreelance stands out for two key reasons: they charge zero commission, and they offer freelancers unlimited bids for projects. Instead of commission, iFreelance charges a reasonably low monthly membership fee with a few tiers available. The higher tiers allow you to showcase more of your work and bid for jobs in more category listings.

There are many freelancing sites but those above are the ones I have tried, and they work perfectly. You can google search for other freelancing sites if you’re not satisfied with the mentioned above.


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