IMHO Reviews Freelancing Websites For Mid Year Update

IMHO Reviews, based in Aventura, Florida that provides professional advice and services to businesses and organizations., is performing a check for all freelancing services for their mid-year update. The company recently performed a check for all freelancing websites available on the market for their mid-year update. After reviewing the websites, IMHO Reviews chose five websites that could be helpful to businesses as well as the self-employed.

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In today’s economy, more and more people are seeking other avenues of income, and one of the most common options is doing freelance work. This work is purely up to the individual, based on their skill set, and can include services such as commissioned artwork, writing, editing, composing or producing music, tutoring and much more. Roughly 60% of the US working population have turned to freelancing as opposed to traditional 9 - 5 jobs. This number is predicted to increase as both companies and individuals alike are beginning to see the benefits of freelancing.

Even for companies, it would be more cost and time efficient to hire freelancers to complete certain tasks (such as website development or advertising). In these situations, a freelancer would be hired only on a task basis as opposed to being a fulltime hire of the company. According to IMHO Reviews, the top 5 freelancing websites for the year 2021 are Fiverr, Upwork, People per Hour, and Guru.

Top Five Freelancing Websites

Fiverr is rated as the best freelance website at present.

It is currently one of the most popular freelancing sites and is ideal for those focusing on quick jobs at an affordable rate. The name comes from the values given to tasks, which are all in denominations of five. This platform utilizes a gig basis to connect buyers and sellers. A freelancer who has signed up to Fiverr can update their profile and then start advertising their services under gigs, which are simply freelance tasks. All Fiverr gigs must have a base starting price of $5. The buyers will depend on if the freelancer’s service is attractive, buyers will then request and make a purchase, and the freelancer will complete the task or service bought. On Fiverr, freelancers will sell a variety of gigs that range from voiceovers to product design and website development.

The second freelance website on the list is Upwork.

The second-ranked website is rather different when compared to Fiverr, as it utilizes a more professional outlook and is stricter in enforcing its policies. On Upwork, gigs cannot be sold, but users are required to provide information that clearly details what they do as a freelancer. The information is critical to defining the brand on this platform, which often means most freelancers will focus on one particular skill or service. This contributes to the popularity and size of the platform.

Ranked at number three is People per Hour

This platform is relatively small when compared to Fiverr and Upwork, but still popular and large enough to be a significant player in the industry. The main goal of People per Hour is empowering freelancers to do what they love. An excellent feature of People per Hour is that it is not only a Freelance Platform, it also provides the users with a suite of other relevant and useful features that are geared towards helping freelancers manage their businesses efficiently. A user can access invoicing tools, proposal review tools and in-app messaging to help handle business and customer interaction with ease. is fourth on the list.

This is Australian platform has built up a fair amount of popularity on the web. It is often the first result that may be encountered when searching for freelancer sites, and it was one of the first to enter the market. The platform has over 20 million users, including both freelancers and clients. This number also keeps growing each day. boasts many useful features, including invoicing and accounting. Freelancers can also participate in contests where a client requests a logo design and freelancers compete to submit the best. These contests are usually winner takes all.

Guru is fifth on the list.

And though a great freelancing website, it may not be ideal for those who are looking for low-cost services. The Collins English dictionary defines the word guru as, “A recognized Leader,” which is an apt summary of what the site aims to be about. Freelancers on Guru are usually leaders in their industries. Guru manages to get industry leaders by handpicking all freelancers who work on their site in order to determine their eligibility and skill. The site’s algorithm also makes communication easy, as it prompts freelancers to contact job posters.

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