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suggestions on freelance writing

Postby freelance_writer » Tue May 23, 2006 4:39 am

Do you think that freelancing websites are the way to go? I saw a freelancing website dedicated to writing ( i think it was hireaghostwriter.com) and i thought would it be a good idea to have freelance websites dedicated to web programming, graphic desigining etc too. what do you say? 
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Postby Lynn Terry » Tue May 23, 2006 7:17 pm

Elance.com is a good site for those things.

I may not have understood your question correctly, though. Were you asking about starting up a freelancing site of your own, or looking for freelancing work or freelancers to work for you?
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Postby Sunshine » Mon Jul 17, 2006 4:22 am

Freelance sites certainly have a lot of potential.

But since there are a number of sites that offer freelance opportunities for programming, graphic desigining, etc, I would say if you're thinking about starting a freelance site, try to think of a unique angle or a unique position.

Maybe you can sit for an hour or so and try to think of an idea for a freelance site that is not currently being addressed or offered by other sites.

I think that by offering a unique angle you have a better chance in the marketplace.

Just my 2 cents!

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Freelance Marketplace!!!

Postby Ammie » Fri May 23, 2008 2:26 pm

Hi!

Do you want services in a certain field such as in graphic designing or programming? If so, you should join, a Freelance marketplace that offers both buyers and freelancers a chance to buy and sell their services. Signing up and posting a project are free. Help is provided within a period of 24 hours, thus you do not need to wait a week or so to have your questions answered. Payment is real easy. Buyers can transfer money in various simple methods such as through cash, check, paypal, and credit cards.

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