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    • Katie22313
    • By Katie22313 7th Mar 13, 3:24 PM
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    Freelance Work
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    • 7th Mar 13, 3:24 PM
    Freelance Work 7th Mar 13 at 3:24 PM
    HI All,

    Not sure if I am posting this in the right place to post this but I am wondering if someone can help me as I am looking for freelance work.

    I am looking for freelance companys who can give you work like writing or data entry.

    Hope you can help.
    Just Looking For Advice. :-)
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    • SteveMc60
    • By SteveMc60 23rd Jun 17, 2:19 PM
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    Here's an opportunity that might be the ticket and you can work from home. Search Zoek uk and search for 'working from home'.
    • tyllwyd
    • By tyllwyd 27th Jun 17, 8:52 AM
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    tyllwyd
    All listed above sites are platforms. They are middlemen. And I'm looking for sites that just provide information about the offers and list contact E-mails. Maybe a forum. I'm interested in direct contacts with clients without an intermediator.

    Thank You in advance!
    Originally posted by denmak


    You haven't said what area of work you freelance in? I don't know of any website that just lists offers of work and contact emails - to be honest, there are so many scammers out there I don't think it would be practical from either side. If you want to offer your services directly to potential clients, your best bet is probably to create your own website and to identify possible clients and contact them directly.
    • MrJones1
    • By MrJones1 8th Jul 17, 10:45 PM
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    If you don't feel that a platform for freelancing is appropriate or suitable for you, you should register as a sole trader and set up your own website. Then, it's all about promoting your business and services. Call, send emails, do SEO etc.
    • fewgroats
    • By fewgroats 14th Jul 17, 8:41 AM
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    I wondered why it's so much easier to be hired on Fiverr and Upwork than sites like Peopleperhour and Guru, despite the same people frequenting them all. I s'pose Peopleperhour look for the technical writer rather than the content writer for instance, maybe it's different for designers for example? I'm not sure why it's so hard to be a Guru though.
    I think it's probably better to say you're an Upwork freelancer than an Fiverr freelancer, despite many freelancers charging more than $5.
    ASK & ANSWER CHALLENGE. ASKS:3. ANSWER: 2.
    • Amirul Islam Amun
    • By Amirul Islam Amun 14th Dec 17, 6:39 AM
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    Amirul Islam Amun
    Hi, there is lot of sites for freelancing. Lot's of marketplace such as upwork, fiverr, contentmart, 99design and a lot. You can work their and earn a honorable ammount.
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