The Big Blog Post of Freelancing Websites – 2015

Freelance-iconsWe’re almost done with the first month of 2015! If your New Year’s Resolution was to find a freelancing position this year and you haven’t gotten started yet, don’t worry — there’s still time, and the sites listed on this post are a great place to start if you’re searching for a job you can do from home:

Major Freelancing Sites

We’ve discussed these in the training, and you’re probably already familiar with them, but no list would be complete without the top freelancing sites online today:

Elance –

oDesk –

Guru –

Freelancer –


Project-Based Sales Sites

If you’re an artist, graphic designer, audio producer, or a coder, you can sell stock photos, audio clips, video clips, templates, and more on these sites:

iStock –

Dreamstime –

Envato –

Creative Market –


Companies that Hire for Telecommute Positions

Some companies hire contract workers (or regular employees) to work from home. These companies have a robust hiring policy for at home workers:

Leapforce –

Lionbridge –

1-800-Translate –

Aim for A –

VirtualBee –

VIPDesk –


Other Freelancing Sites

And still more freelancing sites! From simple gigs for $5 apiece to more stable part-time or full-time work, these sites also offer telecommuting options for people who have the skills to get the job done:

Fivver – –

Toptal –

Sevendays –


We’ll be updating this post throughout the year, and reviewing the telecommuting opportunities available on these sites throughout the year, so stay tuned!

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