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Hello Warriors,

I will highly appreciate if you could list some of the high paying freelancing websites which does not charge to sign up.

Thank you....
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  • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
    Originally Posted by the6thplayer View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I will highly appreciate if you could list some of the high paying freelancing websites which does not charge to sign up.

    Thank you....
    What model are you interested in? A flat-fee per article submitted? Revenue share/lifetime residual? You can even give a bit of a crowdsourcing model a try, like CrowdSPRING.com. You'd assumed all the risk, and you'd have alot of competition, though...
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  • Profile picture of the author webapex
    The good BBB rated freelance marketplaces like eLance, oDesk, RentAcoder as a rule make the employer pay the service charges, workers can set up an account for free, how much your paid is negotiated with the employer, not the freelance site. oDesk has aptitude tests you can take to fatten up your resume.
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  • Profile picture of the author wtatlas
    Elance.com also has apptitude tests that you can take to enhance your profile.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jays80
    try constant content.


    Originally Posted by the6thplayer View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I will highly appreciate if you could list some of the high paying freelancing websites which does not charge to sign up.

    Thank you....
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  • Profile picture of the author Hamida Harland
    Originally Posted by the6thplayer View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I will highly appreciate if you could list some of the high paying freelancing websites which does not charge to sign up.

    Thank you....
    With freelancing websites such as Elance your pay is dependent on how much you bid. You will be up against freelancers who bid very low, so you will need excellent feedback and proof you can do the job.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jayzee
    Check out triond and bukisa. Bukisa pays more but terms and conditions are a bit strict.
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    • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
      Originally Posted by Jayzee View Post

      Check out triond and bukisa. Bukisa pays more but terms and conditions are a bit strict.
      Research Bukisa. Their arrangement did a major change in the last week. They no longer use the Bukisa Index....their payment model has shifted...

      Based on their growth trends, they HAD to do that.

      FWIW....although I'll probably be slapped by a majority of people who read this, strict terms and conditions are actually a GOOD thing in the longterm interest of both the writers and the site.

      Squidoo didn't initially have strict terms and conditions....and look what happened to them?....Not all IM'ers will exploit systems, however, IM'ers have proven that they are fully capable of destroying a platform if those strict terms and conditions aren't applied...
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  • Profile picture of the author artistic
    Originally Posted by the6thplayer View Post

    Hello Warriors,

    I will highly appreciate if you could list some of the high paying freelancing websites which does not charge to sign up.

    Thank you....
    Try out freelancerin.com, I think this site will work for you, as there is no registration fees, nor you have to purchase bids, no fees of posting a project. I'll recommend this website.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zabrina
    I assume you're looking for freelance writing websites only, given your avatar?

    I'm not happy with most freelance bidding websites. If your grammar and spelling are great, Constant Content is good.
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