Job Seeker: PubLoft is a great place to find solid (well-paid) freelance jobs for reliable clients without actually ever needing to interact with the clients yourself. Their promise is to help freelancers never have to find, sell, or manage another customer again. With rates starting at $150 per post, you can work on your craft and PubLoft will handle the client management side of things. And on top of that, they’ll also help you become a better writer along the way.


Job Seeker: Software designers, web designers, even app developers can find their home on Gigster. They have a screening process, which can make it tough to be accepted, but they use AI to match freelancers with projects, which is just plain cool.

Time Etc

Job Seeker: This is another great company that sources people that want to land freelance jobs as virtual assistants. They specialize in the virtual assistant space, so you’re sure to find your fit there if that’s exactly what you’re going after.


Job Seeker: Mandy is dedicated solely to the film and TV production work, for better or worse. The upside is that you don’t have to sort through irrelevant jobs, the downside is you’re competing with a lot of other people like you.


Job Seeker: If you have a great portfolio and feel like you have the experience to start at a higher level, Cloud Peeps may be for you. They’re a bit more exclusive, which makes it harder to join but easier to get jobs if you do get accepted. They focus on marketing, social media, and general copywriting. Worth it to check out!


Job Seeker: Scouted’s unique matchmaking-style approach to hiring makes it the best job website for college graduates looking to land their first entry-level full-time opportunity after graduation


Job Seeker: Remotive is a fairly standard job board that you can search through and has all sorts of categories, including marketing. It’s easy to see when the job has been posted, where it’s located, and what specialty within marketing it falls under. And free!


Job Seeker: The team at Solid Gigs combs through dozens of freelance job boards and sends you the very best 2% of freelance gigs from around the web every single week—removing the time-consuming work of filtering through dozens of freelance job boards and vetting the opportunities yourself.


Job Seeker: For WordPress experts, this is an excellent place to start. Codeable focuses on offering their clients everything from WordPress themes to plugins—and that’s it. They’re literally just a resource for clients to find WordPress experts (and for experts like you to land WordPress developer jobs), so your task of finding the right clients just got a lot easier.


Job Seeker: On Coroflot, you post your portfolio, and clients post the projects they need. The difference here is that Coroflot is the go-between, setting up connections between the freelancers and clients themselves.

Media Bistro

Job Seeker: Media Bistro has a nice little variety of categories, which includes writing and editing. Their curated list features everything from book editing to PR content, so you’re sure to find a few things that fit your niche.


Job Seeker: Despite being a little newer to the freelance jobs game, Workana is making a splash in particular when it comes to the amount of quality clients they have requesting help in the freelance customers service job space.


Job Seeker: If you’re a tech wizard and you’re chomping at the bit, go to Joomlancer first. They have a super fast sign up process, and you can pretty much immediately start bidding on jobs.