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101 Websites to Find Freelancing Gigs

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For a new freelancer, trying to find a freelancing gig may be tough. There’s no shortage of freelancer guides available now that more than one-third of people working in the U.S. identify themselves as freelancers.

What most guides, however, fail to examine thoroughly are the websites and job boards that freelancers can use to find job opportunities. That’s not to downplay the importance of word-of-mouth references or social media to promote your services. Rather, there are lots of websites where freelancers at any experience level and in any field can quickly secure a paying gig.

To solve that problem, we’ve listed the following 101 amazing websites to find your next freelancing gigs.

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1. Due

Due is the perfect tool for freelancers to find freelancing gigs, partner with new customers, and invoice their customers not to mention accept a range of payment methods to keep cash flowing as the freelance jobs increase.

2. JobRack

Eastern European job seekers can take advantage of this freelance site to grow their self-directed careers with this gig site. If you have skills in design, web development, software development, content writing, mobile apps, business and finance management, sales and marketing, and/or administrative support and customer support, then this is the freelance marketplace for you.

2. CourseHero

Course Hero is one of the fastest growing edtech companies with +20 million site visitors every month. As site visitor volume continues to increase, there is a growing demand for subject matter experts on the platform. Course Hero’s tutoring platform allows you to set your own schedule and work remotely. You don’t need a teaching certification. But you will need to show your knowledge of the subjects you want to tutor before you can start. Students come to Course Hero to ask questions related to math, science, accounting, business, economics, computer science and more.

4. Damongo

Damongo is a microjob site that connects freelancers and clients from all over the world. Whether you’re a virtual assistant, writer, translator, programmer, animator, SEO, or even musician, you should be able to find a freelance job in your field quickly and easily.

5. Wonolo

Whenever a company needs immediate temporary work, even for just a day, you’ll receive a notification on your smartphone via the Wonolo App. And, freelancer, known as Wonoloers, will get paid the next day.

6. Freelancer

Not only can you find millions of job offers, you can also compete against your fellow freelancers in contests to showcase your skills.

7. Demand Studios

For creative freelancers like filmmakers, photographers, or writers, Demand Media has one of the best communities to find work since you work on their site to demonstrate your talent and attract clients.

8. 99 Designs

When a company needs a logo or website design, they head over to 99Designs to look for submitted graphic design work by freelancers. They can also work personally with freelancers if need be.

9. Fiverr

Since creative projects only cost $5 to $10, you probably won’t make a living solely working on Fiverr. However, it’s a great place to start if you’re new to freelancing since you can use it to build your portfolio.

10. Guru

With a wide range of freelance work, including legal, engineering, and financial services, Guru is perfect for the more experienced freelancers. Besides finding a job opportunity, the Guru Work Room allows you to control all of the work like hours and commitments.

11. SimplyHired

No matter your skill set or expertise, you’re bound to find a job through the millions of postings on SimplyHired. You can even search for gigs by location or by browsing through the company directory.

12. Fourerr

Fourerr is a marketplace where freelancers in the tech and creative industries can find smaller projects.

13. Aquent

Aquent is a staffing agency, but creative and marketing freelancers can use it to rapidly find gigs in the their city.

14. Peopleperhour

Geared more towards SEO, web developers, and designers, Peopleperhour is a popular platform to locate your next freelancing gig.

15. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is the largest professional network in the world, so it shouldn’t be surprising that freelancers like designers can use the network’s job board to find work.

16. College Recruiter

Even though this website is specifically for recent college grads, freelancers at any level can still use it to scope out the freelancer market and use the informative advice shared through blogs. There’s a even a nifty resume critique feature.

17. Findeavor

Findeavor is another micro job site where freelancers can look for posted jobs in a number of fields ranging from advertising to writing to music. You can also search by price, which ranges from $5 to $300.

18. The Creative Group

This is the creative division of staffing agency Robert Half. Freelancers can get connected with companies who require freelancers specializing in advertising, marketing, or design.

19. FlexJobs

Freelancers, and part-time employees, can easily discover a job opportunity through FlexJobs in more than 50 different career tracks that have posted by over 25,000 companies.

20. Crowded

Crowded can help freelancers land a new gig in the most popular industries that have been aggregated by the most popular in-demand platforms.

21. Freelanced

Billed at the largest freelance social network, you can post your freelance job and share your portfolio with this 100,00 plus network.

22. iFreelance

Here you can bid on projects and also display your work to attract new clients. Freelancers can also keep 100% of their earnings.

23. Genuine Jobs

This is a free service that gives you the opportunity to search for freelance opportunities in your area of expertise.

24. CrowdSource

This is a great option for writers and editors who are looking to get get high compensation by working with large online publishers, media companies, or retailers.


If you’re a seasoned and talented designer, you can join the Toptal community to secure work from high-profile clients like Airbnb, JP Morgan, or Zendesk.

26.  Smashing Jobs

This is Smashing Magazine’s job board where you can get connected with clients all all sizes, including big wigs like Amazon, Tesla, and Nokia.

27. Gigblasters

Freelancers can search for jobs by either popularity, rating, or price in a wide range of categories.

28. Project4hire

This is a marketplace where programmers, web designers, graphic artists, IT specialists, translators, writers, virtual assistants, HR consultants, bookkeepers, paralegals can easily locate jobs.

29. Help Cove

With Help Cove, you can out your freelancer skills to good use by teaming up with businesses that help non-profits.

30. Krop

Krop lets freelancers create and share portfolios and signup for their newsletter so that you can receive the latest job postings from brands like Gucci, Forbes, Nike, NBC, and Facebook.

31. Gigbucks

Gigbucks is another site where freelancers ranging from singers to SEO specialist can find gigs that pay between $5 to $50 for their services.

32. Peer Hustle

As with Uber and Tinder, Peer Hustle is an app that relies on geolocation. This means that you’re only competing with freelancers in your area for jobs that have been posted by local companies. Clients are also required to start an escrow account, so you don’t have to worry about not getting paid.

33. We Work Remotely

This site focuses solely on remote jobs that can range from programmers to customer support to business management.

34. Skillbridge

If you’re an elite freelancer or consultant in sectors like energy, finance, healthcare, real estate, or retail, then this is the best site for you to secure a solid paying job.

35. MeFi Jobs

If location matters, then you should definitely use MFi Jobs to locate based on your longitude and latitude.

36. Greatlance

Greatlance has a job board, a freelance startup guide, and number of tools and resources that can assist you with time management and legal advice.

37. Hirable

If you’re a developer, make sure that you become a part of the self-curated Hirable community. You may be able to score a gig from companies like Google.

38. Gigdollars

Here’s another microjob site where you could potentially get paid to $1,000 for your services.

39. Crew

Joining Crew as a freelancer means that you’ll be vetted so that when a business needs a web developer, logo design, or copywriter, you’ll be put at ease knowing that you’re skilled and trustworthy.

40. IMGiGz

This microjob site focuses more on freelancers who have experience in digital marketing.

41. is one of the best places for clients to discover top notch designers and developers that have been handpicked by the site.

42. Just Answer

If you’re an expert in pretty much any field, like medical or automobile, you can join the Just Answer community and earn cash for your knowledge. If you get approved, you can hundreds, maybe even thousands, of dollars each month assisting customers.

43. LocalSolo

If you’re an agency-level freelancer, this is one of the leading sites, it’s also free, to get discovered by local business owners.

44. JobBoy

JobBoy is primarily used for social media wizs who could use a little extra dough and build their portfolios.

45. OnSite

This is an invite-only network of freelancers that have been carefully curated.

46. Zeerk

Another microjob site where you can post a gig or search for jobs that interest you.

47. HireMyFriend

If you want a little help from your fellow freelancers, or just friends in general, then check out HireMyFriend. Just make an anonymous profile that explains your skills and what type of work you’d like to do. You then ask people who you trust to endorse you so that you can make connections in a shared network.

48. Mechanical Turk

Amazon’s Mechanical Turk is a solid marketplace for freelancers looking to make some quick cash on Human Intelligence Tasks.

49. YunoJuno

Joining the YunoJuno network not only helps talented freelancers find well-paying jobs, they’ll get paid within two weeks, and have access to exclusive benefits and discounts.

50. GigScribe

Unlike most other sites, GigScribe lets you describe your skills and set your pay scale. After signing up for free, you’ll receive daily notifications on gigs that match your talents and price range.

51. Microworkers

This international is full of simple tasks ranging from writing reviews to signing up for newsletters. You probably won’t make too much money, but it’s a great place to start since you’ll be reviewed for completing work on time.

52. Sologig

If you specialize in IT or engineering, then Sologig is probably your best best on finding decent paying gigs.

53. Workhoppers

Built like a dating site, Workshoppers matches clients and freelancers so that the right jobs are handled by the right people.

54. Authentic Jobs

If you’re a creative freelancer and looking to land a job with major companies like Apple. Facebook, HBO, or ESPN, then Authentic Jobs might just be the ticket.

55. RapidWorkers

Yet another microsite that has a number of speedy tasks – hence the name RapidWorkers. Again, it doesn’t pay much. But, it’s a start for newbies.

56. Working Nomads

For designers, developers, and management experts who want to work remotely, this is an obvious place to start searching for jobs.

57. Tutor

If you’re knowledgeable in subjects like Algebra or English, you can tutor college students to make a little extra cash on the side.

58. Bark

Bark brings together local service professionals together. Business owners search for the services they need – such as a photographer, cater, or plumber – and they’ll get hired for the job.

59. Short Task

You can earn quick cash by completing less intensive projects like transcribing audio recordings to writing content.

60. Taskr

Freelancers with experience in photography, graphic design, programming, or business services can easily find tasks that are in need of their services.

61. Staff

If you’re looking for more long-term projects, then join Staff where jobs must be more than 3 months long.

62. TenBux

You can post or search this microjob site to find gigs in a number of fields ranging from administration to writing.

Designers & Programmers

The following batch of sites are strictly used for designers and programmers.

63. Dribbble

64. Art Wanted

65. Behance Job

66. TopCoder

67. WordPress

68. Computer Assistant

69. Coroflot

70. Dice

71. CrowdSpring

72. SEOClerks

73. WPHired

74. Joomlancers

75. Folyo

76. Project4Hire

77 Gigster

78. Programmer Meet Designer

79. Crowdsite

80. Get A Coder

81. DesignCrowd

82. JavaScript Ninja Jobs

83. Matchist

84. Localancers

85. Envato Studio

Writers & Editors

This final group of sites have been designed especially for writers and editors.

86. Problogger Jobs

87. Freelance Writing Gigs

88. Editorial Freelancers Association

89. Government Bids

90. Morning Coffee Newsletter

91. Writer Bay

92. Duotrope

93. Journalism Jobs

94. Funds For Writers

95. Triond

96. TheShelf

97. Online Writing Jobs

98. The Market List

99. TextBroker

100. RedGage

101. Task Army


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