Top 10 Freelance Sites 2019

Freelance online sites are changing the way we work. We can work from anywhere, choose the amount we want to work at and anytime we want to work. No need to worry about getting up early to get ready for the job or even spending a long holiday with our family. We’re your heads!

As independent culture has become popular over the last three to four years, hundreds of sites have been launched that provide great service to independent workers and outpatient clinics. I did some research on the Internet and found the top 10 independent websites that are already changing the independent landscape of the world and have already established themselves as huge sources of free finance and outsourcing.

Top 10 Freelance Sites

1. Toptal
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Toptal is a new Freelance site, ideal for experienced developers. The screening process is very intense – only accepting the top 3% of developers – so it’s not as easy to get the project up and running as with some other sites listed here.

If you are able to pass examination tours, it is great preparation. The service paid really well and rates were higher than all other sites listed here. They can prepare you for a range of projects from short to long term and will match you with projects that suit you and your skillset specifically.

If you are looking for a highly qualified developer to start your business or any other high-quality project, I strongly recommend hiring your Toptal developer.

Note: This is the premium network I’ve found on the web. The guys out there are very talented and usually drive much higher than other sites.

2. Upwork
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Upwork has become the world’s largest market now emerging from the merger between oDesk.com and Elance.com and is my personal favourite. ODesk and Elance, the world’s largest independent Web sites, teamed up to form Upwork.com in mid-2015 to form a major competitor for Freelance.com. But even after a lot of noise about people who oppose their decision, I personally think it’s still the same amazing place to find jobs and self-employment.

When I started my independent career, I did it through these sites and now I feel good that I have one website and one portfolio. Upwork provides a very high-quality service, and the fees they charge for projects are also small. The most important thing I like about Upwork is their support team. It never happened that they couldn’t answer my queries and problems.

3. Freelancer

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It is one of the oldest FreeLance sites. After the launch in 2003, it has now grown to become the world’s outsourcing destination. I recently acquired the two major free-market giants: vWorker and Scriptlance and are now bigger than ever.

If you’re looking for a place to start, Freelancer is the best place for you. It’s easy to register as a self-employed or an employer and start earning or hiring. I always recommend beginners and even professional freelancers who have worked on other independent sites to join Freelancer.com.

4. Fiverr
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It is the world’s largest market for small services. The most interesting part is that you can create gigs for up to $ 5. It can prove to be a system for making money even if you don’t know coding or design things. Just look at the vehicles that others create and see if you can do that as well. If you can do something very familiar, people might be willing to pay $ 5, you can make big money here.

5. Guru

Since 2001, this platform has enabled independents to demonstrate their skills and services and find suitable jobs. Entrepreneurs and employers create their profiles on the site and enter into a work contract after reviewing each other’s professional reputation. The independent manages his activities through the workroom and is paid by SafePay.

Freelancer, looking for well-paid jobs in design, writing, IT, marketing, management and other fields, register here.

6. PeoplePerHour


This site brings together people looking for or providing services related to writing, web development, design, social media, business development, etc. It’s a UK-based company that follows a system much like other independent sites. On this site, you’ll find both independent vehicles online as well as on-site. Functions are either fixed or hourly.

7. iFreelance


If you offer services in the areas of accounting, management, marketing, design, programming, writing or in any other related categories, you can join iFreelance to find opportunities. Simply create your profile and advertise your services. Alternatively, you can bid on projects suitable for your skills.

Joining iFreelance is not free. You should purchase one of the paid membership plans. Personally, I do not think it is a disadvantage because it is compensated by not deducting any fees from your profits.

8. 99Designs


This site includes only the design of vehicles in the form of contests. The customer puts a summary of his design. Freelance designers work on it. Only approved design wins prize money.

In my opinion, this site provides tremendous opportunities for aspiring designers. Even if you don’t win a contest, the designs you create will be a great addition to your wallet.

Whether it’s a logo design or book design, join 99Design if you have skills in any type of design work.

9. SimplyHired


SimplyHired is difficult to overcome when it comes to a variety of independent functions.

From personal care to high-tech, from management to construction, this is the market for independent online and offline jobs.

The site lists jobs from 24 different countries. In addition to the list of jobs, the site also includes other useful resources such as company directory, success stories and career advice.

10. Craigslist

Not many know that Craigslist is also a market for independent vehicles. Due to the site’s insertion feature, independent functions can be found on the site through Craigslist. The freelancer can use the site for free and at no cost to browse jobs in nearby major cities.

Now you can go and check any standalone website that suits you best. There are lots of other sites as well but these are the best players out there.

Source: fantastech

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Hassan Hadaoui
Hassan Hadaoui
Writer and Economist
BC XTB

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