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Best Freelance Websites for Beginners in 2021

Best Freelance Websites for Beginners in 2021

In the 91st part of the ask dankash show, we have discussed which are the best freelance websites for beginners in 2021 so that those of you who are starting your career in freelancing can follow an easy path and experience initial progress.

There are many freelancing platforms and some of them are even niche and skill-specific like there are entire platforms for freelance designers, freelance writers, and freelance programmers.

When you have enough expertise and skills you can easily grow your income and build multiple income streams to get projects. 
However, in the start, you need a platform that’s comparatively easier and gives you the opportunity to get your first job as a freelancer.

Fiverr

Fiverr is a freelancing marketplace that connects businesses straight to freelancers in a range of fields, like graphic design, marketing, and more.
As of 2021, they have 3.42 million active clients, making it easy for freelancers—new and veteran—to land opportunities.

Upwork

Upwork is the largest freelancing platform with over three million jobs posted annually, making it a great place to dive in and start getting opportunities immediately.
You can pursue many different types of freelancing on Upwork and choose from short to long-term contracts and fixed or hourly rates.

Freelancer.com

Freelancer.com is another large freelancing marketplace that can provide you with a wide range of opportunities.
Freelancers can browse their extensive job boards and bid for work. And, once hired, you can easily chat live with clients and track your progress.

Behance

Behance is actually a creative-focused social media platform owned by Adobe, but they have a robust job board for categories like logo design, photography, illustration, and more.
The social nature of the site can be a great benefit for freelancers too. Behance highly promotes networking and allows you to make connections, potentially leading to more work opportunities.

Guru

Guru is another popular freelancing marketplace that boasts 800,000 clients worldwide with a 99% customer satisfaction rate.
Their free membership allows you to send out ten bids per month with a 9% service fee taken from your payout.

99designs

99designs is a graphic design platform that connects freelancers in over 90 design categories with clients around the world.
There are two ways you can get work on 99designs: freelancers can work directly with clients on a 1-to-1 project with payment upfront, or you can compete with other designers in contests to earn money and win new clients.

Toptal


Toptal is a freelance marketplace that boasts connecting clients with the top 3% of freelancers around the world.
Because of this, their application screening process for freelancers is extensive and difficult, making it tough to get approved and definitely not beginner-friendly.

PeoplePerHour


PeoplePerHour is a UK-based freelancing platform that has connected over 1 million clients and freelancers on hourly and project-based work around the globe.
As a freelancer, you’ll need to apply and get approved by their moderators to join.

DesignCrowd

Like 99designs, DesignCrowd is a creative marketplace for graphic designers that offer one-on-one projects with clients and crowdsourced design contests.
Basically, DesignCrowd is much more contest-focused and even offers contest participation payments to freelancers.

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