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The Best Freelancer Websites For Business Owners

When you’re running your own business, the issue of taking on staff is often a difficult one. You may not have enough work to justify recruiting a permanent employee, but there are so many tasks that you need a professional to take care of. Whether it’s web design, administration, copywriting or blogging, some things can’t be done without help.

 

Thankfully, there are an abundance of freelancing sites that provide the perfect solution to the problem. If you have a job that needs doing, you can be matched with independent contractors who have the skills that you’re looking for.

Let’s take a look at the best sites out there.

Fiverr

Fiverr is super easy to use, and its premise is remarkably simple. You can browse ‘gigs’ being advertised by freelancers, and search for one that best fits your needs. You’ll find everything from article writing to logo design. Every gig costs just $5, so it’s great if you’re on a budget. Of course, the quality of the work will vary, but you can read reviews from previous clients before deciding to commission work with anyone.

 

oDesk

oDesk is currently the largest freelancing site on the web, with over a million freelancers and customers. Here, you post a job advertisement outlining the details of your project, and freelancers reply with what they can offer you, how much they’ll charge, and details of their previous experience. You then sift through the responses and pick the best person for the job.

Freelancer

This one is the oldest site of them all, so you can be sure of its long-standing reputation. Whether you’re searching for SEO link building services, high quality articles or data entry, there will be someone waiting for you who can get your job done in a reasonable timeframe and at a competitive cost.

 

Social media sites

This one isn’t technically a freelancing site, but there is an abundance of top talent using networks such as Twitter. Try sending out a simple tweet detailing your request. You’ll find that many of your contacts pass it on, and you’ll be contacted by interested parties. Try to use appropriate hashtags, such as #webdesign, #copywriting, or #virtualassistant. Though this is a quick and easy solution, remember that you won’t have the same sort of protection that you get from traditional freelancing sites.

If you’re thinking about taking on some freelancers, make sure that you check out these sites, They all offer a fantastic way to make connections and work through your to-do list with the least possible amount of fuss. To keep yourself protected, always follow the rules and guidelines of the sites. If you have a large project that needs to be undertaken, it could be wise to break it down into smaller chunks until you’re absolutely certain that you’ve picked the best freelancer for the job.

By Ruth Hinds

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