4+ BEST Freelancing Websites for Beginners

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So, now that you have decided to become a Freelancer.
Let us introduce you to the life of Freelancers, as a beginner.

You have the skills, so now you need Customers. Real Paying Clients.

How to get customers right?

We say, go where the people already looking for a person with your skills.
Get on to all the trusted freelancing sites.

And which are those you may ask?

Here we bring

The 4 Best Freelancing Websites for Beginners

1) Upwork

This is by far the most famous one on the list.
People have been making millions out of this website.

Now, here you get connects. These connects will be used to apply for jobs, and once you are out of connects, you can buy new ones.

But, the jobs here are vast and do pay very well.
Side Note: Upwork takes 20% as the commission for all the jobs.

2) Fiverr

Freelancer’s favorite place.
The name of the site comes from the fact that you can get your work done, starting from only $5.

Although, people charge hundreds of dollars for good work today.

So, it all depends on how much you are willing to charge, and also it can create multiple packages for different kinds of services.

This is a very good site for newcomers.

3) We Work Remotely

This might be the best place for designers.
They got a huge list of customers, and the database can be very helpful for newcomers, mostly the designers.

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Also, you don’t have to create a profile while applying for the job. All you have to do is to click on the job and you will be landing on the page straight away.

So, just get into it.

4) Toptal

This might be a new name for a few of you, but this website is giving a lot of opportunities to the newcomers.

The tagline here is “Hire the Top 3% of Freelance Talent”.
This is because they got a very elaborate process of accepting new freelancers. And thus providing the best to the clients.

So, if you can get into the list of freelancers, then you are up and running.


Good Luck!

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