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1. Toptal
If you’re a freelancer designer, developer, financial expert, product manager or project manager, you can find hourly, part-time or full-time work at Toptal. Toptal has a rigorous screening process👀. This is better suited for talented freelancers who have some previous experience under their belt.

2. PeoplePerHour
PeoplePerHour has been helping freelancers land web-based projects. This site has areas like marketing, SEO and software engineering. PeoplePerHour streamlines the process of signing up.

3. Upwork
Upwork is one of the largest freelance marketplaces in the world, hosting millions of freelancers in industries like design, development, accounting, marketing, writing and customer service.

4. Freelancer. com
You can a find a couple of different ways to work. The first way is by creating a profile that highlights your freelancing skills. When a client needs your specific skills, he can chat with you in real time. The other way is by browsing for work and placing bids on projects that match your talents and interests. When your work is complete, you’ll receive a secure payment via the site’s Milestone Payment System.

5. Fiverr
Fiverr is one of the leading freelance marketplaces. Users get to list the specific jobs where they excel. After you land some clients and build up your portfolio, you can start charging more for your services.

6. SimplyHired
SimplyHired contains more than 100 job boards, meaning you'll have access to millions of job openings ranging from marketing to customer service. You can even find nursing and warehouse work. You can also search for both part-time and full-time work, making SimplyHired a great platform to quickly land a job.

7. 99designs
99designs should be your go-to marketplace if you’re designer. Anyone truly skilled in creating logos and web and app design can find a home here. Creative freelancers can search for jobs where clients need someone to create marketing materials, packaging or merchandise. The site also provides numerous resources to assist designers in enhancing their skills. These resources include how-to tips, tutorials, tool kits, e-books and even interviews with seasoned designers.

Whether you’re a designer, developer, customer service rep, writer, recruiter or sales professional, can help anyone who’s ever dreamed of becoming a digital nomad. If you’re new to remote work, there’s also a handy blog that can help you get started on the right foot.

9. Aquent
Are you a creative professional or a digital marketing expert? If so, you can land your next gig through Aquent. The site gives freelancers the chance to find remote or on-site work in the U.S. You can also find work in Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Netherlands, Australia or Japan. What’s most appealing about Aquent is that its Gymnasium offers free online courses that can help you strengthen your existing talent.

10. DesignCrowd
DesignCrowd is an online creative marketplace that helps start-ups, businesses and entrepreneurs connect with a global network of designers. Perfect for custom graphic, logo, web and print design.

11. Authentic Jobs
Authentic Jobs has been connecting creative and web professionals to find freelancers. You can contract or moonlight on the job with companies like Apple, Facebook, ESPN or The Motley Fool for free. If you're a freelancer interested in working with these companies, start browsing listings for everything from content strategists to back-end developers to project managers.

12. Krop
Krop is a job board solely for creatives, like copywriters, photographers and designers. On top of creating a profile to showcase your experience, you can use Krop to build and host your portfolio. Another perk of using Krop it that it's a site that promotes freelancers to clients searching for new team members.

13. FlexJobs
This site has more than 50 different career categories for freelancers, virtual workers and full-time employees. FlexJobs is a popular platform for anyone searching for remote or flexible work. All open positions are screened in advance, so you can rest assured that the jobs that have been posted are legitimate.

14. LocalSolo
Apply for a freelance profile on LocalSolo. Free with zero commissions - Your profile is free and we don’t take a cut of your work. As it should be. Work directly with your clients - We don’t get involved in rates, contracts or payments. You’re in complete control from the start.

15. Working Nomads
Working Nomads sends you a curated list of remote jobs in areas like development, management, marketing, design, sales and education. You have the option to receive these notices daily or weekly. You also have the option to find temporary projects or regular employment.

16. LinkedIn ProFinder
LinkedIn has more recently decided to get into the freelance game with ProFinder. This gives small business owners and other professionals a chance to hire freelance accountants, bookkeepers, designers, marketers and copywriters. ProFinder also offers career coaches. Your personal coach will review your resume and prepare you for interviews to help advance your freelance career.

17. Work Market
Work Market is one of the new “for-everyone” project markets we’re most excited about. The platform boasts gig offerings in a very wide array of disciplines and is one of the few freelance websites that currently offers a responsive mobile app (Work On-Demand) for browsing projects on the go and processing payments quickly at the close of projects.

18. GigSalad
GigSalad is a one-stop shop for organizers who needs live entertainment for any kind of event, from a small party to a conference, festival, trade show or school assembly. So this is a great freelance gig site for musicians, face painters, motivational speakers, jugglers, mimes, DJs, bartenders, photographers, magicians, auctioneers or emcees. Your profile page allows you to share audio and video demonstrations of your work.

19. Coworks
Coworks is the easy online work platform for employers and freelancers. We provide a full range of business tools for both employers and freelancers. Employers use Coworks to attract, screen, hire and manage freelancers. Freelancers use Coworks to build their business with a minimum of administration and sales efforts. In addition Coworks recruiters help clients find top talent in the Coworks freelancer community.

20. Superside
Superside workplace that puts designers & creative professionals first. Unlike freelancer marketplaces, we find and grow top design talent from around the world. In addition to constant mentoring, our designers are assigned to specific customers and get access to a constant stream of incoming projects which means their time is fully maximum by what they love doing.




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