8 thoughts on “Freelancer.com Review: Can You Make Money Freelancer?”

  1. Does the quality of work you can be offered or bid for differ depending on the membership level you hold though?

    Also is freelancer something you could work at full time or would it just have to be part time because of poor payouts?

    I’m also wondering if a writer’s work would have to be evaluated by the platform to authorise membership or anyone would be able to join even if they dont have writing skills?

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  2. I’ve never heard of freelancer and the information that you give on this platform is detailed enough to understand who they are and what they do. I really feel comfortable about the product and would give it a go if the opportunity arises. Thank you for a very good review. 

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  3. Hi John, thanks for the good review! You really understand about Freelancer(dot)com.
    I used to join freelancer(dot)com, but I decided to quit and forget about work from home from that site.
    Why?
    I feel the site is very saturated with many workers. Thus, every new worker will experience difficulties to get work orders.
    Honestly,  I joined there for 3 months, I never got a job. Even though I submitted more than 200 proposals.
    But, no one hired me. The simplest reason is that workers who have been there for a long time had a good reputation and the job owners will not gambling to choose those who have no reputation at all (even though your bid has been ranked as low as 1 USD / hour).

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  4. Wow what an informative and well organized article! I’ve been researching jobs for me to do and be able to stay at home with my children and this could be something I can really benefit from! I know what to be aware of with the fake orders and can make decisions with caution now. Thanks!

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    • Thanks for reading my Freelancer.com review.
      You are right and I am happy you came and even drop your comment.

      I hope you will be here again?

      Thanks.

      John

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