I admit it is hard to keep an eye on all great resources for freelancers and home workers (it is still harder to bid for projects on numerous boards and follow our Winning strategies) popping up every week. But I try.
What is a good freelance website from my point of view?
- Firstly, it has a list of projects suitable for me to bid for. The list is regularly updated and new projects are added at least on a daily basis.
- Secondly, user interface and general website functioning. I can easily find the information, scan and filter projects, communicate with the buyers and be sure you will get your pay once the job is done.
That’s it. There are dozens of freelance sites out there that unfortunately most do not meet these two criteria (from my point of view).
iFreelance does. I would not say they have thousands of projects, but what I can see is that they progress fast. The service is new, but I could spot them advertised online in many places. And I like their interface – it makes me stay on their website for longer.
You as a service provider will be charged a fee for completed projects. The buyers will pay you by PayPal, money order or check. In case you have more questions go to the FAQ section and find answers to all your queries.
At iFreelance the competition is cut throat. When I see 82 bidders per project I think there is no much sense to become bidder #83. But we should improve our skills to outstand and keep trying.
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Summary: a nice freelance resource. New and developing at a fast pace. If you make some money from freelnace sites, then iFreelance should be on your list.
[tags]freelance jobs, work at home, home business, coder, freelancer[/tags]