10 Best Freelancer Sites Whether You’re Buying or Selling (Video)

You find yourself needing help with your business. But it’s not the kind of help that requires you to hire a full-time employee. Anyway, you don’ have the resources right now to offer full-time work.

On the other hand, there are professionals and specialists who don’t have or don’t want — for whatever reason — full-time employment. Perhaps, they run a business of their own consisting of providing these services for others on a job by job basis. Perhaps, they have a full-time job in another field but want to offer their services part-time on the side.

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Enter freelancing. Freelancing allows skilled professionals and the companies that need their services to connect and work together without forming a traditional employer/employee relationship.

More and more businesses are realizing the benefits of working with freelancers, either on a one-time and or in an ongoing relationship. And some enterprising individuals are even building their own businesses by offering their services freelance to clients.

One in four workers now freelance, a study finds.

Whether You’re Buying or Selling, Do It Better with These Freelancer Sites

But the question remains: how do you find the right freelancers for your business? And if you are a freelancer, how do you find the right businesses that need your services? Freelancer sites like Fiverr and Upwork actually help the members of both of those groups achieve those goals.

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For the 10 best freelancer websites, check out the video above.

Make sure to also check out the full list of 35 freelance sites to explore for assistance and jobs.

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Annie Pilon Annie Pilon is a Senior Staff Writer for Small Business Trends, covering entrepreneur profiles, interviews, feature stories, community news and in-depth, expert-based guides. When she’s not writing she can be found exploring all that her home state of Michigan has to offer.

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  1. I think that Fiverr and Upwork are the most popular but people are still keeping their options open in case something better comes along.

    • Absolutely – there are always new options coming out, so it can be a good idea to keep an open mind.

  2. I will check out Freelancer.com and some of the other sites listed. I have used Fiverr several times.