Which website is the best for freelancers?

Michael Myers
2 min readJul 25, 2021

Upwork? Fiverr? Freelancer? PeoplePerHour? What to choose?

Hello everybody, hope you being well. Today we will talk about websites for freelancing, about their features. You will understand what is best for you.


There are a lot of websites for freelancers. First things first, you need to try all of them to make a decision. After that, you register what you liked. Before signing up, action all links and check the main pages on a website.

Answer these questions:

  1. Does the design of a website is handy for you?
  2. Do you understand the links?
  3. Where do you need to click to find a customer shortly?
  4. Are you ready to use it everyday? Freelance is work, don’t forget about it. Freelance website will be for you as an office. And that’s why you need to feel free to use it.

There are websites, which design looks old and not understandable. Craigslist and Wikipedia, as an example. That’s are great websites, but their design knows mammoths.


It will be better if you choose some websites for freelancing. If you just started your freelance way, you don’t have offline customers. When you start on two websites or more together, you boost your work several times. I chose two, Fiverr and Upwork.

Actually, I have a YouTube video about Fiverr. I will be appreciate if you watch it and leave a comment.

You can read my post about Fiverr as well

Working on several freelancing websites has underlying potential problems

It have underlying potential problems. I mean you can receive several orders from each website you have signed up. It’s kind of rare but still.

In the end, I want to tell you that freelance — it’s super exciting. Take your time and you do that! Fill your profile, make gigs or projects for your future customers, reply to the messages ASAP and just wait. See you!

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My profile in Upwork and Fiverr.

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Michael Myers

A Front-end Shopify Developer. Writing about Web Development, Freelance, and Shopify theme development. Twitter: @myersdeveloper