• Paul MacgregorPaul Macgregor, almost 5 years ago


    webflow. webflow. did I mention webflow? You should totally use webflow.

    And some other stuff for padding.

    18 points
  • César MigueláñezCésar Migueláñez, almost 5 years ago

    Long post, submitted 5 minutes ago, 6 upvotes, 0 comments.

    Something smells strange over here.

    11 points
    • Julian ShapiroJulian Shapiro, almost 5 years ago

      We were all at a meetup.

      1 point
    • Robbert EsserRobbert Esser, almost 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

      Yeah, it's quite annoying that bloggers are posting their own articles on DN.

      3 points
      • Account deleted almost 5 years ago

        Nothing wrong with that imho, however this article isn't about finding work, it's about Webflow. It's quite misleading and I don't think THAT should be here, not to mention oDesk is a terrible website.

        5 points
      • Ed LeaEd Lea, almost 5 years ago

        nothing wrong with submitting links to your own work/articles. Why do you find it annoying?

        2 points
  • Mike Wilson, almost 5 years ago

    Anybody who mentions Craigslist and Odesk (upwork) in a post about finding consistently high paying work is not a successful western freelancer. Sorry.

    9 points
    • Brennan Smith, almost 5 years ago

      This. The only thing Craigslist is good for is to get murdered.

      8 points
    • Account deleted almost 5 years ago


      0 points
    • Andy LeverenzAndy Leverenz, almost 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

      Odesk certainly agree. Craiglist, on the other hand, has proved to a valuable resource to finding some major clientele. It's kind of like a needle in a haystack but once you find an "actual" client who doesn't waste your time it's well worth the fuss.

      Check out some sites I use. I wrote a post about them. Some I'm sure you've heard of but pay attention to telecommuterjobs.net to filter only telecommute/remote based jobs on craigslist.


      2 points
  • cliff nowickicliff nowicki, almost 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

    This is a pretty decent article on how to begin looking for freelance work or trying to start out. However, networking is the way to get the high paying jobs. The face to face with serious people who can trust you with money is always the best way to go. Networking events, conferences and meetups are good to know people who may know others that need things done.

    3 points