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Get yourself freelance writer jobs that will allow you to work from home.

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Freelancer.com is the world’s largest freelancing, outsourcing and crowdsourcing marketplace by number of users and projects. We connect over 11,202,824 employers and freelancers globally from over 247 countries, regions and territories. Through our marketplace, employers can hire freelancers to do work in areas such as software development, writing, data entry and design right through to engineering, the sciences, sales and marketing, accounting and legal services.

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Guru for Businesses We provide businesses with the ability to find the help they need from a variety of talented Freelancers worldwide. Our proprietary Guru Recommended system leverages performance data to make the freelancer selection process easy and reliable – every time. Once connected, Employers can securely pay Freelancers through our SafePay system. By using SafePay, Employers are guaranteed payment protection.

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The Elance website allows businesses to post jobs, search for freelance professionals, and solicit proposals. They can evaluate the contractors applying for the job and, once a contractor is selected, communications and files are exchanged through the Elance system. Payment for jobs, which can either be hourly-rate or project-based jobs,

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freelanced 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.

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oDeskis a global job marketplace with a series of tools targeted at businesses that intend to hire and manage remote workers. Based in Redwood City, CA, oDesk was founded in 2005 by Greek entrepreneurs Odysseas Tsatalos and Stratis Karamanlakis.

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Smashing Jobs is your job board that will help you find the right person for your job opening. It is featured at Smashing Magazine — a magazine that has more than 4 million monthly users and is known to be one of the most successful magazines for creative professionals.

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PeoplePerHour is a purpose-driven business… everything we do comes back to our purpose, which is to help people start and build their own businesses and live their dream of being independent. More than the what we do, and what we make, what defines us is the impact it has, why it matters to the world and how it makes a difference.  Thats what gets us out of bed every day. And much like those people whose dreams we make reality, our deep sense of purpose is rooted in our origins and the journey we followed to get here.

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iFreelance.com is the easiest and most effective way for businesses to connect with talented freelance professionals from around the world. From artists and photographers to programmers and writers, thousands of freelance service freelancers use iFreelance.com daily to find their next outsourced project. By outsourcing through iFreelance.com, businesses typically get projects done in half the time at half the cost.

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ArtWanted.com is a large artist community with multiple purposes. Our first goal is create a fun artist community, where artists and photographers can interact with each other and share their common love of art. Our second goal is to provide our members an outlet to sell their artwork to those that enjoy looking at beautiful art created by talented artists. Other goals we have are to bring more exposure to our members, provide our members valuable feedback/comments on their artwork and generally increase the love of art around the globe through our huge website and art related products.

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