One night, after reading the Whos Hiring Freelance thread on HackerNews, I decided there had to be a more efficient way to match programmers with freelance jobs. While sites like oDesk and eLance are general-purpose marketplaces for freelance workers, they seem to have more of an emphasis on price than quality.
Freelancer.com, the job outsourcing and freelance IT worker marketplace, has made another acquisition: it has bought vWorker, a job site for freelance coders and other tech professionals. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed but TechCrunch has heard from a source that it is in the region of millions of dollars.
I am running a website that is about laptops and desktops. It has around 100,000 pageviews a month. I am looking for freelance writers who are technically sound to write on my website.
We can work out on the pay as long as its reasonable.
I'm a student and I'm looking for some freelance work such as making apps on Android; C#, C++ programs; PHP, HTML, CSS websites...
How and where can I tell people that I am out there and available? What are some good sites? (I know about Freelancer.com, but there are so many "quality" people there working for very cheap, that it's impossible to get work)
I'd like to do freelance work.. I do have a blog that I've been writing on and getting measily amounts of money from adsense.. but that's not what I mean.. id like to write articles for other websites.. ones that will give me decent money. Not "just enough to keep the servers going."
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