Freelance is essential to running your business.
After interviewing thousands of founders, we put together a list of the most popular freelance tools.
Here they are:
The largest freelancing website, where businesses connect with talented freelancers.
Businesses using Upwork:
Freelance services marketplace at affordable costs.
Businesses using Fiverr:
A global crowd sourcing marketplace website, which allows potential employers to post jobs that freelancers can then bid to complete.
Businesses using freelance.com:
Specializes in e-commerce freelancers but also networks with digital marketing, web development and graphic design freelancers, among others.
Businesses using FreeeUp:
An American online and mobile marketplace that matches freelance labor with local demand, allowing consumers to find immediate help with everyday tasks, including cleaning, moving, delivery and handyman work.
Businesses using TaskRabbit:
A global remote company that provides a freelancing platform that connects businesses with software engineers, designers, and business consultants.
Businesses using Toptal:
Makes it simpler to hire freelancers online from over 3 million professionals and get freelance jobs from thousands of projects posted on its freelancing.
Businesses using guru:
Offers a simpler way to hire great remote talent. Helping companies to scale engineering teams on-demand with top remote developers.
Businesses using Adeva:
An Open Startup™, which means it operates fully transparent and shares its metrics, including revenue, users and traffic.
Businesses using Remoteok.io:
Is a digital platform dedicated to connecting talented people who seek remote careers with innovative companies.
Businesses using Workew.com:
11. and co
A business management software designed to help freelancers, solopreneurs, and entrepreneurs save time on running their business.
Businesses using and co:
12. Moonlight Work
Professional community of software developers.
Businesses using Moonlight Work: