Top 30 Websites To Find Sure Freelance Online Jobs in the Philippines


Are you looking for online jobs? Are you into sidelines, or is it for fulltime. Are you a student looking for an additional income or a parent who wants to add for their monthly budget. Here are the top 30 websites to go.

1. UPWORK
2. FREELANCER
3. FIVERR
4. PEOPLEPERHOUR
5. TOPTAL
6. GURU
7. CRAIGSLIST
8. 99DESIGNS
9. FLEXJOBS
0. VOICE123
11. IFREELANCE
12. DAMONGO
13. FINDEAVOR
14. AMAZON
15. MICROWORKERS
16. CROWDSOURCE
17. SPARE5
18. BEHANCE
19. PROBLOGGER
20. FREELANCE
WRITING GIGS
21. TEXTBROKER
22. WPHIRED
23. PROz
24. TASKR
25. RAPIDWORKERS O
26. GIGBUCKS
27. FREELANCED
28. FOURERR
29. WE WORK
REMOTELY
30. AUTHENTIC
JOBS

Is the future a freelancer ? In large part yes. Too bad that it is not yet so simple - as paradoxically happens in other sectors, from mobility to tourism - to easily cross supply and demand . Especially at a time when, especially in creative work but not only, the fixed rule is now externalizing by reducing the fixed costs to the bone to respond with elasticity to the needs of the moment.

In Italy there is now a new startup, AddLance , founded in Como by Luca and Andrea Cappelletti in the wake of experiences, including US, between business administration and high tech multinationals. How does it work? Customers, that is companies, publish the project for free , indicating budgets and deadlines. Registered freelancers send their proposals and their quotes. The advertiser evaluates, chooses and assigns the task. All of course via desktop or mobile. At the end of the collaboration we evaluate each other with the traditional rating system.

From web and mobile programming to business administration and consulting to literary freelancing, from copywriting to translations.

But also design, marketing, multimedia. There are many areas touched as well as the realities involved, from entrepreneurs to startups through digital or communication agencies to SMEs that often do not have the slightest opportunity to pack certain services at home.

It is not the only platform that arrives in the country but is growing: in the last two months of 80%, up to quota 1.

800 members, including 200 companies and projects launched for a value of hundreds of thousands of pesos. Target for the current year, touch 5 thousand subscribers: " The crisis in the labor market has led companies to an increasing use of outsourcing, to become more competitive, but also to an increase in the number of freelancers - says Luca Cappelletti - we decided to create AddLance because for Italian companies, using the skills of a freelance allows them not to compromise on quality of work, while retaining considerable flexibility " .

On a global scale, the direction is clear: a report by the McKinsey Global Institute indicates that 11% of works in the services sector can be carried out remotely. While a study by the US Freelancers Union last year shows that 30 workers in the stars and stripes in 100 are just freelancers .

Addlance.com is the first platform entirely made in the country but is not the only one operating in Italy. Some of the largest on an international scale are also active in our country: from Freelancer , which has over 15 million registered users, particularly in Asia, to Twago , a leader in Germany with projects averaging between 100 thousand to even times five of that amount. Other notable examples are Elance , at the top in the United States with projects on the thousand dollars and recently joined with Odesk , and Peopleperhour , who leads this kind of platforms in the United Kingdom even with microgames from a few tens of pounds.

As for marketplaces born and raised in Europe, the trend seems to be more that of matching supply and demand through the mechanism of creative contests . Those systems, that is, in which the customer prepaid a project, usually not high sums, and freelancers propose the works (from logos to graphics to design to video) among which the proponent will choose the winner. Some examples are YouCrea (which, however, also has a classic "job" mode) or Starbytes , corresponding ones of reality like 99designs , also active in the country.

Is it really okay to work online these days?

I would answer you with another question (even provocative). 
Is it really worthwhile to work offline nowadays?

The tools are in fact available to everyone, they are free, simple and fortunately now almost anyone trusts to buy online. 
Of course, a lot depends on the industry and what we mean by "working online", but it's really hard not to get at least one benefit from digital.

Rather. 
I'm getting better with clients and students who have found me online and have never seen in person. In fact, an honest and clear relationship is established right away, while offline I am encountering many problems and a greater difficulty in creating valid relational balances. 

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