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Huge List of Freelancing Platforms for Freelancers

People that love the freedom of determining their own career paths and incomes are increasingly moving to work for themselves online. I made an extensive list of freelance platforms, feel free to check out my blog for all (if I can't fit all of it on here) with short reviews about each.



Amazon Mechanical Turk

Amazon Mechanical Turk

Amazon Mechanical Turk - very popular among RV’ers. It is for both physical work and virtual work, mostly US only. Work on a farm or in a workshop or on some roads or petting some trees, or translate content from one language to another, or do some online research for Amazon's clients, save up some cash, and hit the road again a month or six later.




Best-Reviewer – You need to have a Google AdSense account, and you get paid for the number of views on your article. Nice passive income in the long run. They claim to do a 100% payout of your AdSense views, unlike many similar sites that only pay 50 or 60 percent. I won’t recommend the site, the English of contributors here is worse than mine. Lots of complaints that it’s a spam site.



BKAcontent - Big company, they hire copywriters and content creators. Worth looking into. But a rigorous application process, and your grammar needs to be tops.




BloggingPro - pay minimum 15usd/hour or 15usd/500 words. One of the oldest blogs reporting news on WordPress and other blogging platforms.




Blogsvertise - Want to get paid to publish product reviews or sponsored posts on your own blog instead of someone else's? At Blogsvertise, you can get paid via PayPal to connect with brands and make deals to earn revenue from affiliate links, referrals, clicks, ads, etc.



BoostCtr - writing internet advertising slogans and descriptions. Need to apply though. But then you can tell your neighbors you’re an ad copy writer!



Briefly - South African news service, that pays you to write about news that you have read online.

10 - They pay 3.4 USD per 1000 views of your article, but links you place are no-follow. Not good for slipping an affiliate offer in there. But, update, seems as if they don’t pay out anymore.