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by sreelatha settipalli - Monday, 23 December 2019, 1:43 PM
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If you haven’t found your niche yet, freelance work marketplaces that advertise a range of jobs may be the best place to start. Examples include:

  • Upwork: formed as a result of a merger between Elance and oDesk, Upwork is a versatile freelance site that advertises vacancies and opportunities across a broad spectrum of industries and sectors. If you’re looking for a job, you don’t have a specific role in mind, and you want results fast, it’s worth checking this site out. Initially, the site will take a cut of your earnings, but the amount will diminish over time.
  • Fiverr: Fiverr is so-called because it enables you to offer services at a starting rate of just $5. This platform is a popular option for freelance writers, individuals looking for graphic design jobs and those with an interest in digital marketing, web development, and social media.
  • FlexJobs: FlexJobs is designed to connect freelancers and those keen on remote working with short-term and long-term projects across a range of sectors. There is a fee for continued use, but it’s very easy to sign up and get started and all the adverts are vetted to ensure jobs are legitimate.
  • SolidGigs: if you’re in a hurry to find work, and you don’t want to waste time scouring pages of adverts and job titles, SolidGigs could be an ideal choice for you. This website does the legwork for you, providing you with a short-list of the best freelance jobs on offer each week.

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