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    Top freelancing websites for professionals and beginners

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    We started this site to inspire young minds to motivate and encourage them towards Programming Language. In this site you will get programming tutorials, tech, programming facts, programming fun and programming blogs.

    Guys, here is the list that you are waiting for, Top freelancing websites for professionals and beginners.

    1. Toptal


    Toptal is the word that comes to your mind when you are looking for someone who is truly professional. Who is a go-getter and stretch himself/herself to beat the deadlines with quality work. If you are professional like them or want to be, please get registered soon. Please keep in mind they have a less than 3% acceptance rate. So be genuine and put only your expertise. They will definitely know if you lie to them. Toptal not only offers freelancing work but it also offers careers.

    Toptal is having 10000+ clients, 500+ employees, 7,000+ Network Talent,100+ Countries reach.

    They also offer Scholarships, Volunteering opportunity, Separate blogs for
    Engineering, Design, Finance, Project, Product, and press & media relations.

    2. Upwork


    Upwork is the well-known name among the developer, job-seekers. Upwork is trusted by 5M+ businesses including Microsoft, Airbnb, GE, Automattic, etc. Having an Upwork portfolio is like having the gold mine. If you are a beginner please have at least 3-5 real projects in the portfolio, which gives assurance to the client that you can do the job.

    A little bit about the history of upwork, there were two leading platforms for landing freelance jobs: oDesk and Elance. Eventually, both merged to create one large peaceful marketplace for people to land freelance jobs from clients all over the world.


    3. Freelancer


    A platform that allows you to compete with other freelancers in contests to prove your skills. If you’re competitive and confident in your expertise, it’s a great way to showcase your abilities and attract more clients.


    4. PeoplePerHour


    If you are a freelancer looking to work more comfortably, then PeoplePerHour is the right service for you. It allows you to look for buyers within your region while facilitating better understanding between buyers and sellers.

    5. Fiverr


    The platform helps you market your service easily as it charges a minimal signup fee. Any freelancer can sell on Fiverr, which, incidentally is quite easy to use and does not require one to be that technology savvy.

    If you are a designer, UX/UI expert, please make sure you have a dribble or Behance portfolio.


    6. Arc () formally codementorX


    Do work that matters from anywhere. Arc connects you with top companies hiring exceptional remote developers. Level up your career with them today.

    Fast Track to a great organization, Full time or freelance, smooth engagements. Clients includes Tcombinator, hims, chegg, Applovin, Techstars, etc.


    7. Guru


    Guru paid $250M to the freelancer to date. They have one of the largest programming & development projects.

    This is a very well-curated site for not only freelance jobs but also career. It’s sorted by the type of freelance job (or otherwise) you may want, and you won’t have to worry about scam postings, because they research the jobs and monitor new gigs pretty thoroughly.

    Let me conclude this if you have the right portfolio and the right skillsets to do the job. You will definitely succeed in the programming adventure. With this happy note, keep doing what you love to do. 🙂

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