Use odesk and elance to find freelancers and outsource your project

by admin on April 29, 2012

in How to outsource

Online there are many websites to find freelancers in internet but only few of those freelancers database are really useful to use, we checked dozens of them but the ones that we found out that are useful are only 2 of them! Elance and Odesk , i tried both of them personally to outsource my projects and i can tell you that both of them have thousands of freelancers available to work with you immediately.

They are organized by category, you can developers, designers, programmers, film makers even! Just post your project and after a couple of hour you will have many offers. But be carefull, check the history and feedback of previous works of each service provider.

That is the best feature to use, check carefully the history of previous work and feedback for each task done before assign the job to the freelance. Personally i prefer odesk as there are more individuals, in elance you find more companies then individual freelancers. That is the main difference.

 

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Ramie July 12, 2012 at 12:27 pm

Because odesk and elance are two popular freelancing sites, competition is also great! With over 1.5M freelancers in their database, it takes a lot of time and effort to be recognized, unless you pay a membership fee. I am a newbie at freelancing and I have been having low results in job hunting. I even get tempted for lowering rates just to get the bid. But its just not what my deserved salary is! It does not hurt to try other free freelancing sites like peopleperhour or staff.com. Staff.com is free and fairly new. In fact I just got hired last week.

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