Looking for freelancer

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  1. CaptSmegHead

    Looking for freelancer

    Can anybody recommend a website where I can match a project I have in mind to available people?

    Rather than engage a company, i'd like a person to be dedicated to this for about 4 months.

    I have found freelancer.com, but are there any others? One with more people based in the UK.

    1. jake Silver badge

      Re: Looking for freelancer

      If you have to ask, you'll get ripped off.

      Hire a well established placement organization to fill the temp positions.

      Trust me on this. It's a hell of a lot easier, and cheaper, in the long run.

    2. jorgepson

      Re: Looking for freelancer

      try freelancer.com. they have lots of projects there.

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  2. CaptSmegHead
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    Thanks Jake

  3. helen678

    I recommend you to get such people from www.elance.com.It is the best place for hiring.

    1. Rob

      I'd second elance for short-term freelancers, I've hired a few from here and also been hired from it as well.

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  5. JDX Gold badge

    If it's full-time for multiple months, you could buy an ad on JobServe or similar. You might also try advertising on jobs.joelonsoftware.

  6. jaforali


    I am from UK,

    I want to do your work. Please describe me about your work via skype : minhaz590


    1. jake Silver badge


      S/he was looking to fill a 4-month position. Some 17 months ago.

      Are you hard of reading, skype : minhaz590? I sure as hell wouldn't hire you. For anything. You are obviously unable to understand the basics. HTH, HAND.

  7. www.imulskontrol.dk

    Fiver, if you are desperate...

  8. Abstract_Need_Implementing

    That's funny, I'm a freelancer trying to find out how to make sure people find me for work. Looks like we have the same problem from different ends.

    1. thinkline123

      That's ture

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