With new freelance job sites popping up at an unprecedented rate, it can be hard to know which freelance job boards or marketplaces are the highest quality for getting freelance clients.
When I got started freelancing, there weren’t nearly as many freelance job sites as there are now.
In fact, I remember when Elance (which is now Upwork) was hardly a blip on the radar. Many freelancers wondered if it would ever be a worthwhile way to
As it turns out, a huge percentage of freelancers now use freelance job boards to find freelance jobs. Many freelancers even build their entire business on the back of freelance job sites like Upwork or Fiverr.
But if you’re relatively new to the world of freelancing and don’t have time to try out hundreds of freelance job boards to find the right one, it can feel overwhelming.
Some people swear by Upwork. But how do you find the right jobs on Upwork?
Others go with freelance job posting sites like Fiverr where you decide what to offer and post it in a sort of freelancing marketplace.