16 Websites To Bookmark For Quality Freelance Work

One of the perks of being a freelancer is the freedom to choose the type of work you want to do and how often you want to do it. For moms, it’s the perfect setting because they’ll get to spend time with their family.

When I started working from home, I did some freelancing on the side. I signed up to bidding sites for the projects I wanted to do but I lost out on those gigs more times than I won.

And when I read my friend Sylviane’s post What Prevents You To Make Great Money As A Freelance Writer, I realized I really wasn’t going to reach my top earning potential with bidding sites. So, I had to get my hustle on and find websites that offered freelancers quality projects.

Are you a freelancer struggling to make a decent income? And are you tired of bidding for gigs only to lose out on them?

Bookmark These 16 Websites For Quality Freelance Work

If you answered yes to these questions, keep on reading for a list of websites to find quality freelance gigs. And what’s more is, there are no surveys or bidding sites!

Smart Crowd

First up, Smart Crowd. This was one of the first websites I signed up for to do data entry work but back then, they were known as Virtual Bee.

You get the opportunity to complete tasks that are assigned based on your qualifications or keystrokes (data entry).

When you reach their $30 payout threshold, you’ll receive a check. Payments are sent on the 1st and 15th of the month.

Virtual Office Temps

Virtual Office Temps offers a variety of projects like, research, social media management, web support, data entry, clerical and medical office assistants.

Joining is free and you can also take their online course to get certified as a Virtual Assistant.

Click N Work

Click N Work is another great site a freelancer should bookmark. They have a variety projects such as, writers, information specialists, data entry, writers, telephone interviewers and web searchers.

The pay rate varies by client but it’s mainly depends on the project and its urgency.


At Clickworker, you’ll find freelance gigs like writing, data categorization, copy editing, proofreading and web research on their online platform.

The amount of pay varies by project because fees are calculated by estimated average processing time, level of difficulty, length of text, the amount of research involved or special skills.

To learn more head on over to the website.


At Verblio, you’ll get paid for writing blog posts, newsletters, press releases, website content, eBooks and more!

But, in order to apply, you’ll need to have strong research skills, good grammar, an understanding of content marketing and SEO.

For more information about becoming a writer check them out.


Freelancers can find transcription, editing and translating projects.

To qualify, you have to have great listening skills, a high degree of skill in language and the ability to deal with different transcript formats.

To find out if you’re a great fit for Babbletype, click here to learn more.


As a Pleio GoodStart Mentor, you’ll be part of a virtual community of customer service professionals. You would be working patients providing emotional support and encouragement.

And, they also provide you with all the education tools you need to certify and become proficient.

Head over to Pleio to learn more about working for them.

You can also find freelance gigs here:

American Support – Telesales Agents, WorkForce Management

Fiverr – variety of freelance projects

Accolade Support – Outbound Sales Telemarketers

iWriter – Write online content

TextBroker – get paid to write content

BlueZebra Appointment Setting 

AdLabs – Editing and writing jobs

The Content Authority – writing jobs

Over To You

So, there you have it. I hope I’ve given you a good head start to finding a freelancer gig. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me!

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