Welcome back! Let’s talk about some of the highest paying freelance websites this year! First off, any freelance website is great, what you bring to the table is the biggest differentiating factor on how much you’re going to make, let’s take a look at some data. Indeed.com, one of my favorite job websites ever, put out this article a few months ago talking about what the highest paying freelance websites are, the top ones they listed were:
- Web Designer
- Computer programmer
- Graphic designer
- Marketing specialist
There are several more on this list as well, you can read the whole article down below:
17 of the Highest Paying Freelance Jobs
Freelancing can provide many benefits, including flexible work schedules and higher income potential in certain…
Highest Paying Websites
Now that we have the preliminary stuff out of the way, let’s talk about the actual websites that may bring you some extra cash!
Starting off we have Toptal, a popular but very competitive freelancing website. This website essentially hires the top 3% of freelance talent and supplies them to their clients, this is a rough blueprint of how this website works:
The main benefit of this website is that there is less competition here, mostly because everyone can’t post a job, only the people who are essentially accepted into their website. Here are a few of their categories that they specialize in for programmers:
I would say this website is the best if you’re able to get into it, leading you to getting some of the highest rates for freelancing, it’s the hardest to begin but could lead you to more revenue due to less competition.
Next up we have Upwork.com, one of the most popular options out there for freelance programmers. This website makes it easy for both freelancers and companies / people to find work or find talent. Upwork isn’t only for programmers, there are tons of different categories that someone can freelance for, take a look at a few of the categories here:
Specifically under there Development & IT category we can see a few different sub categories to freelance in:
There are endless possibilities with most of these websites including Upwork, you can go and type in your specific skill set on their website below and find more details on your specific skill set:
Upwork | The World's Work Marketplace for Freelancing
For clients Work with the largest network of independent professionals and get things done-from quick turnarounds to…
Next up we have Freelancer.com, another massive website for freelance jobs. Much like Upwork, you can either list your freelance jobs or hire a freelancer, making it very easy to tap into their existing clients.
There are also a bunch of categories available with this website as well, let’s say you don’t want to program, well theres a bunch of other categories to sell your skills as well:
After looking at alot of reviews / forum posts for freelancing, a ton of people recommended this website, there have been over 52 million registered users and almost 20 million jobs posted!
By tapping into their existing user base, you can expand your freelance jobs, you can access the website using the link below:
Hire Freelancers & Find Freelance Jobs Online
This radiation shield design for NASA cost $500 USD and took 15 days This mobile app design cost $1500 USD and took 20…
Next up we have Fiverr, a massively popular freelancing website. This website allows you to freelance in almost anything you want, here are just a few categories they showcase on their home page:
Diving into their programming category you can see there are tons of jobs available for this category:
Take a look for yourself here:
Get Everything You Need Starting at $5 - Fiverr
Fiverr's mission is to change how the world works together. Fiverr connects businesses with freelancers offering…
Without a doubt, if you’re trying to get into freelancing, Fiverr is a very good way to go for sure.
There you have it, those are some of the highest paying freelance websites. If you know any other websites please feel free to let me know, also, let me know of your experience on these websites if you’ve ever used them.
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