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Where can I find the best freelance jobs for programmers?

Discussion in 'Programming' started by Anna Mathew, Feb 17, 2022.

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    I am a freelancer and I would like to do freelance jobs. Can any one suggest me some of the best websites that provides online jobs for developers.
    SEMrush
     
    Anna Mathew, Feb 17, 2022 IP
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  2. Kerry Watson

    Kerry Watson Banned

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    Some Best Freelance Websites for Developers:

    • Upstack.
    • Upwork.
    • Toptal.
    • Flexiple.
    • Gun.io.
    • PeoplePerHour.
    • Guru.
     
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    #3
    hey,
    you can check the these websites.

    1. Toptal. Toptal connects startups and businesses with the top talent in software engineering from around the world.
    2. Upwork.
    3. Guru.
    4. Freelance.
    5. Fiverr.
    6. UpStack.
    7. Craigslist.
    8. PeoplePerHour.
     
    Mia White, Mar 31, 2022 IP
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    My nephew found his first software developer job at one of the best companies in LA though he lives in Florida. So great that nowadays young specialists don't have to change their habitual way of life and move somewhere in order to apply for a job they want. Also I can recommend you MoonLightWork - it is a software developer and product designer community that also serves as a marketplace for hiring freelance developers.
     
    Klaxxon, May 3, 2022 IP
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    I think google its your best friend .Do a research and i am sure you will find plenty of them
     
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    By the way, I asked nephew about where he found his job and he shared with me this list of companies https://itrate.co/developers/all/us-ca-los-angeles - and said that it is possible that they have projects now.
     
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    Fiverr and Upwork are best for starting your freelancing career.
     
    Deepansh, May 4, 2022 IP
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    in this forum also you find out some jobs.
     
    sherone, Jun 9, 2022 IP
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    • Upstack.
    • X PLACE.
     
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    So, you have had multiple good suggestions on the posts above
    The key thing is to choose a few of them and consistently work
    on getting jobs from the platforms. The problem is that most freelancers
    give up quickly after they fail to get a job on the site. But take your time,
    focus on a site or two and commit to it until you are successful before
    moving on to another site. This is the mistake I made when I was
    starting out as a freelancer. It took me a while to figure out that 80%
    of the jobs just comes from a few customers. So no need to keep
    jumping from site to site.
     
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    Honestly, from experience I can tell you that - especially as a newcomer - all of those sites suck. But so does every single job if you're new at it. The goal is to get the foot in the door and then find and build your customers by word of mouth. Over time you'll probably start specialising on a specific type of client/software, and once you have some experience, a somewhat active LinkedIn profile is incredibly valuable, you'll get tons of job offers that way if you can deliver quality work.
     
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    The sites provided by above don't really get you any jobs with the number of people bidding on each jobs. It's better to build your portfolio slowly (either with clients you know in real life or with open source projects that are useful) and this will help you get recognition within the community you are working with. You can also take up writing (your own blog of sorts) which will also help this. With the portfolio and experience, you will be able to find more clients in real life (outside these platforms), which would help you get more parts working in a larger project.

    This will take time, but it will pay in the long term compared to bidding in freelance sites where you need to pay to even get some kind of visibility with the employer.
     
    DarkKnight1, Jul 13, 2022 IP