Top 3 Websites to search for your Work-From-Home Job.
Updated: Jun 7, 2020
Have you been looking for a work from home job? or Do you just want to escape from the daily routine of 9 to 5? Then, this is a list just for you.
Working from home is a dream for many, you get to decide when you want to work and you can easily manage your family and household work too. This list of websites is not just for those looking for a job to work from home but also for those who have quite a bit of spare time and you can not only be productive with your time but also earn something doing jobs for people across the world. Here is a list of the top 3 websites - 1. Upwork A cloud based freelance platform, it is the most popular among freelancers as it is known to have the largest pool of employers. With over 9 million registered freelancers and over 4 million clients, it has resulted in Upwork being the largest online marketplace. But a large number of freelancers on the platform also means a tough competition to land a job. The key to securing your first ever job from Upwork is to begin with building a great profile and portfolio.
Getting Started - Create an impressive profile highlighting your past experiences, qualifications and achievements if any. You can take inspiration from the top freelancers on the website and structure your profile accordingly. Jobs are listed in various categories and you can choose the fields that you prefer to get your feed populated with job vacancies in those respected fields. You can also search for your jobs and use advanced filters such as location based, experience based.
Tips - A lot of entry level jobs are posted so read through each job description carefully and apply for those that you are keen on. Every job that you apply for uses connects of your profile. You get about 60 free connects each month that you can use to apply for jobs on the website. Each Job may require anywhere between 1-5 connects, however, most of them need 2 connects. You can obtain additional connects but you would be required to pay for them. So its advisable to use your connects wisely and do not apply for jobs that do not interest you. Once you do land a job and successfully complete it, Upwork has a rating system that will help you land more jobs as other employers can view the ratings that you have received for your past work. Good ratings help you in landing many more jobs while negative ratings may affect your chances of landing that next job. Payments - Your payments for the job are held by Upwork until the job is completed. It will then be credited to your account after Upwork takes a small percentage of your income as its fees. You can then transfer the amount to your Bank account or to your PayPal account. 2. Fiverr Fiverr is another online marketplace where you can offer any sort of services ranging from writing, graphic designing, creating and editing videos, social media work and even offering relationship advices and many more.
Getting Started - You can list down the services that you offer with three packages under each service - Basic, Standard and Premium. You can set the rates for each of these packages and the services that you would offer under each package. The website also offers over 100 categories of services. If you are not sure how to rate your package and what service to offer, do check out some of the listings posted by others.
Tips - Reviews and repeat customers are the keys to success on Fiverr. On the completion of your services, always remind your Buyers to leave a review and favorite your Gigs/Listings for any future requirements of theirs, if they were happy with your service. You can also add a sixty second video on your profile giving buyers reasons to hire you and not several other competitors. Promote your gigs over social media platforms as the more users view your listings, the more you land chances of receiving an order. Payments - Fiverr does take 20% of your earnings when you land and complete a successful order. Balances credited to your account can be withdrawn to your PayPal account or your Bank account. 3. Freelancer Freelancer is also a great website to look for projects that are more suitable for your skills and you can then bid on them. You can also view other freelancers who have bid on the same project.
Getting Started - The key here is to have a great profile. Complete your Profile adding all your qualifications and experiences and projects if you have any. Add all your skills and you can even take tests and exams on the website to add to your profile. Tips - Once your profile is set up, view relevant projects and bid for them proposing your rates for the project but bear in mind that you get a limited number of bids each month and you need to purchase additional bids. You may also view other freelancers bidding for projects with really low rates but do not be discouraged and bid even lower.
You can stick to a bid rate that is suitable for you and reasonable as you will be spending your quality time on these projects. Once you get positive reviews on your profile, you may get additional jobs. Payments - Payments for projects are credited to your account and you can then transfer them to your bank account or PayPal account. At The Side Hustler, we are also offering you an opportunity to avail of our Professional Resume Writing Service.
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