There are so many freelance platforms out there these days that it can be overwhelming trying to figure out which ones to use. While markets like Upwork, Fiverr and Freelancer are a great place to start, it is a good idea to check out some platforms that are specifically geared toward your vocation. If you are a web developer here are a few freelance platforms you don’t want to skip if you want to attract clients and look for jobs.
Behance is a creative community by Adobe for designers who use the Adobe Creative Suite. You can showcase your portfolio with animated or video presentations allowing potential clients to see what you can do.
Dice is a tech and IT board for software architects, engineers, QA testers, and web developers.
Dribbble was created for designers to have a space to display work, connect, and create and now hosts a job board.
Envato Studio allows freelancers and agencies to offer different straightforward, out-of-the-box packages focused on web design and other skills.
GitHub Jobs is a developer community and a popular code repository attracting millions of independent developers and tech companies.
Hired matches developers with opportunities at innovative companies.
Stack Overflow Job Board is connected to one of the largest and most trusted developer communities on the web and a great site for them to find work.
Toptal is a platform for professional engineers and has a selective vetting process so clients can work with only the best design applicants.
Taking the time to choose which freelance platform to showcase your talents on can mean the difference between a stream of low paying gigs and doing exciting projects with innovative clients. Curate your portfolio using your best work and try to stick within your niche in order to attract potential clients. Do not forget to showcase your profile here on Sagegroupy, so that clients can find you today.