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May

Since the start of the Corona Virus Pandemic across the world, not only has there been an increase in job loss, there has also been an increase in webinars and training on how to take advantage of this period and prepare for the post-COVID-19 era. I hosted two online training classes as well.

There are 100s of freelancing platforms where you can offer your skills as a service to thousands of brands, agencies and corporate organizations and get paid as a part-time or full-time freelancer. So what platforms can you monetize your skills on as a freelancer? In this video, I shared the top freelancing websites you can monetize your skills on either as a side hustle or for full time.

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Freelancing is not easy but with dedication and consistency, you will make it on these top 20 platforms but I will be focusing on the top 3 that are easy to use and navigate. You can also start earning from them ASAP

  1. FIVERR: Freelancers can showcase finished projects to the public so potential clients can easily pick someone whose creation sparks their interest. It’s an alternative that removes the need to contact workers one by one. What is more, Fiverr offers you free learning courses to develop your skills and teach you how to pitch to clients.
  2. UPWORK: Upwork offers tools to kickstart your freelance journey – collaborative space, built-in invoice maker, and transparent recruitment process. You might also be able to work for many famous clients such as GoogleAirbnb, , etc. Anyone who is looking for flexibility in their jobs should definitely check this freelance website.
  3. FREELANCER – This freelance website is the largest crowdsourcing marketplace with 32 million registered users. To match that number, there are of thousands of jobs that you can opt as a freelance worker. You can register here for free and with hundreds of vacancies posted every day.
These are other freelancing platforms you can check out too:
  1. Fiverr
  2. Upwork
  3. Freelancer.com
  4. Envato Studio
  5. PeoplePerHour
  6. Toptal
  7. Guru.com
  8. DesignCrowd
  9. Nexxt
  10. DesignContest
  11. TaskRabbit
  12. crowdSPRING
  13. Hireable
  14. WriterAccess
  15. 99Designs
  16. Catalant
  17. Bark
  18. DesignHill
  19. Skyword
  20. Gigster

In my next video/blog, I will be sharing the top 10 skills that are in high demand on freelancing platforms