10+ Best Freelancing Websites
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10+ Best Freelancing Websites

Best Freelancing Websites

Freelancing is now getting popularity because of several reasons. Few people want to earn extra income while many people want freedom from a 9 to 5 job. I have also been working as a freelancer soon after getting my degree. I opted for a career in blogging and started working as a freelancer for helping clients. Initially, it was not easy but later I found several platforms to get freelancing jobs.

Now, we have several websites that help you get a project as a freelancer and get paid after finishing the job. These websites offer payment protection and escrow to ensure your payments and avoid any kind of fraud. If you are not sure what websites to try, here is the list of the best freelancing websites. You can signup on any of these websites to start working as a freelancer and earn a good income depending on your skill.

Best Freelancing Websites

1. Upwork

When I started working as a freelancer, I used Elance and oDesk both. Now both websites have merged to form Upwork. It is one of the largest and best freelancing platforms. With more than 1.5 million clients, this helps a lot in getting work as a freelancer.

You can get work for web designing, app development, content writing, digital marketing, security testing, consulting, sales, business development, audio editing, video editing, tech support, or analytics. Until a job doesn’t require physical presence, you can get it on Upwork.

You need to signup and complete your profile. Then you can start looking for projects and bids. Yes, there are thousands of freelancers, so you will have to compete with them. Pricing and your skills both play an important role. After you get a job you need to talk to the client and get the project done.

As I personally use Upwork, I can blindly recommend this. You get good work and payment will be on time.

Visit UpWork

2. Freelancer

Freelancer was the first website I created a profile on for freelancing work. This is another website I regularly use to get freelancing work when I am available. This platform is equally popular as Upwark and follows the same kind of process for helping you get your work done.

On Freelancer, you can also give several tests to get badges. These badges help you in getting work as well. You can apply for several kinds of jobs including web development, SEO, analytics, content writing, mobile app development, app development, logo design, accounting, graphics design, data entry, and more.

You just need to signup and create a profile with a portfolio. Then you can start bidding on projects with matching skills. Like Upwork, your skill and bid amount play an important role.

This website deducts free from your bid amount and also deducts a fee when you try to withdraw the amount. But the payment is safe and you will always be paid on time.

Visit Freelancer

3. PeoplePerHour

PeoplePerHour is also a similar kind of website. As the name suggests this website allows you to set your per-hour charges for a work. Initially, per-hour charges were the only option, but it added fixed-priced projects later to give advertisers It allows you to create a profile and bid on projects of matching skills.

For searching projects, you need to use sell option to sell your skills. Here, you can then search for jobs based on keywords. When you find a matching job, send your proposal. Clients can also search for matching profiles and contact you if they think you can do their jobs.

I also tried this website and found a few clients. This website is also trusted and you can try it if you want some projects to do in your free time for earning money.

Visit PeoplePerHour

4. Guru

Guru is another old but good freelancing website. It was initially much popular but lost its market to Freelancer and Upwork. This website is also good if you want to earn some money by working as a freelancer. It claims over 3 million users have access to this platform for working as a freelancer.

Like other platforms, this also allows you to search for jobs like web design, development, IT support, designing, writing, marketing, support, business development, accounting, or sales.

Everything is similar to the other freelancing websites. It also owns a SafePay system to disburse payments to freelancers and ensure safe payment and satisfaction to all users.

Visit Guru

5. Speedlancer

Speedlancer aims to provide you an easy-to-use platform for hiring freelancers. As a freelancer, you can create an account and find matching projects. You can get Design, writing, tech, development, data entry, SEO, keywords, and similar jobs.

This website promises faster delivery to clients, so it charges premium rates. As a freelancer, you will also earn good but premium services.

If you can deliver projects quickly, you can create an account on Speedlancer and start browsing projects matching your skills.

Visit Speedlancer

6. Fiverr

Fiverr is also a good website to sell your skills and earn money to offer services to others. It is supported by great entrepreneurs who usually use Fiverr to find good people for working on short-term projects.

This website is good for every kind of service including SEO, Design, Development, Digital Marketing, Programming, Wiring, and more.

Here, people offer gigs and publish the price they ask for. If you think the person is capable enough and pricing is fine, you can hire him. The best thing sabot the platform is that most of the gigs start for as low as $5. So, clients will get cheap prices and professionals will get good work.

Visit Fiverr

7. 99Designs

99Designs is for design work including logo, web, and Graphic design. If you are a designer, you can go with this website and see what work you can do. This website offers lots of work to designers and an easy to use platform for clients.

Unlike other websites in this list, 99Designs is just for designers. Here, there are several services including bid, 1-to-1 Projects, and Design contests. You can use any of these to get work.

Visit 99Designs

8. TopTal

TopTal is also a nice platform for hiring tablets or working as a freelancer. This website is also similar to Upwork and Freelancer where you can browse jobs of developer, designer, finance expert, SEO person, digital marketer, business developer, and more.

This platform individually screens each and every freelancer before allowing them to bid. So, this platform avoids low-quality bids that can ruin your project.

Visit TopTal

9. DesignHill

DesignHill is one of the best websites for finding design-related work. It is similar to 99designs and allows you to get a logo, web design & graphic design work via contests.

If you are a designer, you can go and take part in contests to work and earn money. It claims to have over 50,000 customers and pricing starts at $199.

Visit DesignHill

10. Dribbble

Dribbble is the place if you need a creative person or designer. If you are into animations, branding, product design, web design, or typography, you can create your profile on Dribbble. Add products to your profile to make a good looking portfolio. People who are looking for a designer should be able to connect with you if he likes your work. People who are looking for a designer can post projects for free and interested freelancers can view product details and message the project owner. Everything is really easy and simple.

Visit Dribbble

11. DesignCrowd

DesignCrowd is also a freelancing marketplace similar to 99designs and DesignHill. People post their requirements and designers bid with pricing and their portfolio. This website also offers crowdsourcing for work. You can get freelancers for logo design, business card design, flyer design, T0Shirt design, and business card designs. If you are a designer, you can browse the jobs section and start posting your bids.

Visit DesignCrowd

Final Words

Now you know a few good freelancing websites. I recommend you start with Upwork and Freelancer. If you just need design-related jobs, you can start with 99designs and Designhill. These websites offer good projects and payment security. So, you will have peace of mind.

If you have any other website that should be on this list, you can let us know using the comment section below.

Deepanker Verma is the founder of Nerdy Guides. He is a tech blogger, software developer, and gadget freak. He also runs TheWPGuides and Techlomedia.

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