Can you write? Do you know your way around Microsoft Office? Can you manipulate Photoshop? These skills and others can help launch you towards your own freelance biz!
Here are some sites that off the opportunity to work from home and start your own biz for less than $100! (This assumes however that you have your own PC/ Mac.
The key is to start small, develop a portfolio /track record for your business and expand over time. I encourage freelancers to start off as a “side hustle” until you are making more at the freelance gig than your 9-5 job.
Here are some websites that you can find work as a freelancer:
1) Upwork (previously oDesk) offers something for every type of freelancer. What kind of work can you find? Too many to name but here is a short list:
- Content Writers
- Customer Service Representatives
- Data Entry Specialists
- Email Marketing Consultants
- Excel Experts
- Facebook Marketers
- Graphic Designers
Providing your services on iFreelance is simple, effective, and inexpensive. With your membership to iFreelance, you can advertise to employers, bid on projects, showcase your portfolio, promote your website, and much more. Our three commission-free membership levels offer a range of features to match your business needs. Post multiple profiles to represent each unique service you offer and to increase your exposure to employers. Monthly membership rates are between $9-$12.
Can you write 20 or more (350+ word) pieces about entertainment news per month? Of so, Screen Rant wants to hear from you! The site is looking for entertainment news on the following topics:
- New movie announcements
- Casting news
- Production developments
- Photo posts
- Movie and TV trailers
- Entertaining list posts
- Game announcements
- Game design developments
- Game screenshot posts
- Game trailers
Applicants can live anywhere, but preference will be given to those living near New York, Los Angeles or San Francisco. Remuneration is described as “good part time pay.”