November 29, 2020
As a freelancer it is very challenging to find remote work. You have to work with international clients to keep earning a decent monthly income.
That’s why am going to share with you some of the top freelance sites in 2021.
1) Job World Factory
Job World Factory is continuously making effort to provide clients with freelancers who offer relevant and current skills. Understanding the most sought-after skills is very important especially if you’re just starting out on Job World Factory
2) Smart United World
Smart United World is a Freelancing Website. You can easily find projects. It free to use. You can start earning by browsing through job/projects posted by business or individual that needs certain work carried out. Join today. It’s Free. Become a Freelancer or Post your freelance projects.
Upwork is probably the most popular remote work website. It runs on a marketplace model and you have to compete with freelancers from all over the world. You can use the website without restriction with a free membership. However, there are micro-transaction for each proposal that you send. It is actually not that expensive if you consider that paid proposal can discourage unserious freelancers to bid on the projects.
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Like Upwork, Freelancer is also a marketplace freelancing platform and you compete with freelancers from all over. I find freelancer.com to be much cluttered and the notifications are out of control. I set up my account, but could not stand the messy UI. As of today, I do not use this platform, but I have hired help for German language-related tasks.
5) Angel List
Established and brand new startups of all sorts of post jobs on AngelList. This way you can easily assess the budget of the client. You can also clearly see the profiles of those who work there and connect with them if you feel compelled to do so. AngelList has a large collection of German startups and many of them offer remote work opportunities.
6) Skip the Drive
Appropriately named, this platform lists jobs for nearly any category imaginable. It also has a nifty savings calculator, application tracking tool, and other resources.
7) Remote OK
If you like to work with tags, then you will like the Remote OK’s job board. The job board has tags on all of their job listings, making it very easy to set filters for the specific listings. You can filter jobs posted by recruiters, by experience level, by type, and even whether they’re tech or non-tech jobs.
The team behind remote.co hand-curates the list of remote jobs. Their job board is conveniently broken down into various categories, and clearly shows the timestamp of each posting. There’s also a handy feature of allowing you to search or browse by job type. You can also find some great resources for remote job seekers, including a great Q&A board frequented by a supportive community with regular content.
There is much better-earning potential as most clients and freelancers are from Germany or European countries. Naturally many projects are posted by German clients, so you should have good knowledge of German to truly benefit from Twago’s network. They have quite a limited free profile feature, and to use it fully you have to get a paid membership.
Freelance.de is a portal for German-speaking freelancers. You can find projects in every vertical possible. The platform offers very limited service for their basic account. There’s a weekly limit of five proposals per day and you cannot even customise your message. Which means you send your ‘proposal’ with an auto message created by the platform. You cannot see client details even when they reach out to you first. There are some remote jobs but they are quite rare. I personally don’t recommend this platform simply based on their extremely limited basic version.
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