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Top 4 freelance websites to find clients and customers

Apr 15, 2020 | Freelancing

Reading through all the opportunities we at Money Boost are sharing with you I’m sure you’re very keen to get started!

You may have found the very freelance service to offer, have the very skills needed to deliver a sterling job and now just want to start taking on clients are start earning.

 

Just for you, we have put together 10 of the best freelance sites to find clients in 2020:

 

Fiverr

Fiverr is one of the original and one of the best freelance marketplaces on the net. Originally designed as a very low cost gig and freelance service for jobs of exactly $5, it has grown and evolved to become a serious marketplace. As Fiverr released restrictions on their maximum $5 gig charge more providers took to the market, and as such it’s considered a serious place to find providers.

Website:

Fiverr.com

 

Monthly Fee to Join:

No

 

Charges for Freelancers:

A % of money earned through the site. You will pay Fiverr 20% of the earnings you make from clients found through their site.

 

 

Upwork

Upwork is also a marketplace that has been around for number of years, well over 15 years now. The service was more commonly known as Elance (which stood for ‘electronic freelance’). Elance not only has individual gig and freelance providers but also small companies. The contract structure is a little more formal with timesheets, project timelines etc… but that’s not to say individual freelancers can’t create freelance service listings.

Website:

Upwork.com

 

Monthly Fee to Join:

No

 

Charges for Freelancers:

A % of money earned through the site which is 20% of sales of up to $500 (around £380) per client. The % you pay to Upwork reduces the more you earn per client

 

 

Freelancer

Freelancer is another popular global marketplace of clients looking for providers. Unlike Fiverr and Upwork they do not take a % of your earnings, but instead you pay a monthly fee to join. Clients submit projects and providers bid on the work. The client then chooses the provider they prefer based on experience and fees. The tier of monthly payment increases the more features you have access to, and the more bids you would like to make to clients work.

Website:

Freelancer.co.uk

 

Monthly Fee to Join:

Yes – ranging between 99p and £50 per month if you pay monthly, or slightly reduced fees of between £0.99 and £45.50 per month if paid annually.

 

 

 

Transcribe Me

TranscribeMe is slightly different to the above examples. This is a niche service specifically looking for providers who can provide transcription services for a fixed word rate. If you feel this is something you can provide, and can complete the TranscribeMe small set of tests to find suitable freelancers, you could earn a nice steady income.

Website:

Transcribeme.com

 

Monthly Fee to Join:

No

 

Charges for Freelancers:

TranscribeMe pay all freelancers a flat fee, and occasional bonuses, which already include any deducted fees from TranscribeMe.

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