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I included a lot of links in my book, but freelancing platforms and communities seem to come and go, so I was careful to include only the ones that I knew would stick around.
The same goes for these links, but I have also tried to include some other, newer sites whose success might be somewhat fleeting.
If you run a freelancing site yourself and want to post your link here, please fill-out and submit this form and I’ll see what I can do.
Created following a merger between Elance and oDesk, Upwork is by far the biggest freelancing platform and one that many consider to be the best.
I talked a lot about investing in my book, as it’s a great way to secure and build your earnings. You can learn about many different options here.
Writers' and Artists' https://www.writersandartists.co.uk
The go-to reference for writers and freelancers.
A great resource for checking plagiarized content. Bear in mind that most of your clients will be running your work through this site.
UK Writers' College http://www.ukwriterscollege.co.uk
I occasionally work as a tutor here and have also compiled a course on self-publishing for them. This college has been going for a number of years and has helped thousands of students with everything from content writing to novel writing.
PPH works in a similar way to Fiverr, but is tailored more towards the UK market.
A unique site that lets you charge for any talent, service or skill that you have.
A little smaller than other platforms, Guru has its uses and is particularly useful for designers and coders.