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New Freelance Job Site for Low Competition High Chance

  New Freelance Job Site for Low Competition High Chance Finding a new freelance job site with low competition and a high chance of landing gigs can be challenging, as the landscape is constantly evolving. However, here are some platforms that were gaining popularity in the freelance world as of my last knowledge update in September 2021. Keep in mind that the competitive landscape may have changed since then, so it's essential to do your research and stay updated on the latest trends in the freelance job market for 2024. Solid Gigs:  Solid Gigs is a subscription-based service that curates freelance job listings and sends them directly to your inbox. It's designed to save you time by providing quality leads, potentially reducing competition compared to open job boards. We Work Remotely:  While not entirely new, this platform focuses on remote work opportunities. Competition may be lower for specialized skills in industries such as tech, design, and marketing. Craigslist (speci

Nine Special Websites For Freelance Web Developers

Nine Special Websites For Freelance Web Developers If you’re working freelance, sometimes it can be difficult to find work. For a while now, web developers have struggled to find web work , especially open-source web work. Before entering into the context of a freelance web developer , you need to understand the current situation in the context of your web development. Although freelance web developers are now getting a lot of work on freelancing platforms . possibility: While that may sound hard to believe, the world of freelance web development has changed over time. Web work is hard to find. Perhaps even more so today, since you need to create a great website. It seems that web development is difficult for many employers.  That’s probably why some freelancers get more work. For example, freelancers who are working on web apps and websites generally tend to have a higher chance of getting paid for it. Which begs the question: If web developers have less work, how do they find the wo