Whether you are employed or unemployed you can always tap into the freelance marketplace. Maybe you want to start making money online, or you have free time to spare of that daily job and want to earn an extra income, well all this is possible. below i will give you two proven and legitment websites i personally and many other have used to earn some extra cash, they have a wide range of job and work opportunities ranging from freelance writing, web development, software development, online research the opportunities are massive. If you Google it(how to make money online), you may find lot of ways to earn money but for the persons who have much free time to work from home freelancing sites are best suitable for them.You can earn earn $100-$1000 per month. We cant deny that they are alot of different ways to make money online but in this case we are looking at proven ways every one can adopt.

First of all, lets define a freelancer?

A freelancer or freelance worker is a person who is self-employed and is not necessarily committed to a particular employer long-term. A person who will do different kind of works for different companies as an individual contributor for some duration(not permanent & up to completion of the project).

That being said, if you are serious about freelancing and want to earn a living from it, here are some websites that can guide and help you in your quest as a successful freelancer.

1. Upwork.

Upwork, formerly Elance-oDesk, is a global freelancing platform where businesses and independent professionals connect and collaborate remotely. In 2015, Elance- oDesk was rebranded as Upwork. Upwork allows clients to interview, hire and work with freelancers and agencies through the company’s platform. The platform now includes a real-time chat platform aimed at reducing the time it takes to find and hire freelancers.

Upwork collects 10 percent of the payment to the independent professional—no fee is charged to those offering jobs. Payments can be made using credit cards, PayPal, or bank transfer. Payments are made through Upwork’s escrow system, which transfers the funds to freelancers after a 6-day period.



Freelancer is a marketplace where employers and employees are able to find each other. The site allows employers to post work to get done. Anybody is then able to offer quotes to complete the project, upon which point the original employer is able to award the work. Freelancer has different levels of membership. Free accounts can only bid on 8 projects per month and cannot make direct deposit withdrawals. Higher tiers of paid accounts get additional bids, direct deposit withdrawals, and other features.

Freelancer takes a 10% fee, which can be reduced with paid monthly membership, with a minimum fee of $5.


NB. its very important to register with the correct details when applying to these websites otherwise when it come s to payment, you may not be paid. some recommendations would be to get a skrill account since paypal is not supported in some countries.