Sites Similar to Odesk

@bolive (73)
January 18, 2012 6:45pm CST
Hello friends, I just want to ask something. Recently, I ended my contract and I'm currently applying for a new job. Unfortunately, I have to wait for days or weeks - Actually, I am not sure how long will be at home facing my computer. What are the sites where I can do part time job online aside from odesk? Have you done something like this? I'm into data entry since it is quite easy than other jobs. I don't have much skills but I need to earn much money. I'm hoping for your response.
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• India
19 Jan 12
Hi bolive I have heard of these 4 sites being mentioned here . You can take a look 1. Elance 2. Mturks 3. Microworkers 4. Minutewrokers I have just checked out minute workers and they have a lot of jobs quite easy to do and the minimum pay is atleast 10 cents and you can do each job in 5 minutes tops.. So do check it.. I have not checked out the other sites but have heard good things about them too, especially mturks.. Hope you do well. cheers
@bolive (73)
19 Jan 12
I'm checking it out right now. Thank you!
@mariaperalta (19096)
• Mexico
13 Jan 13
I see many hear talking about that site. Is it good everywhere like Mexico? Id be interested if it is. Have a great day there.
• Philippines
11 Jan 13
There are some freelancing sites that has almost the same interface such as Odesk, some freelancing sites include: E-lance and Freelancer.com they have the same features as that of Odesk in terms of posting and bidding for certain workloads. You can also try this Gig-site that lets you post your skills and be hired by employers, this site is called Fiverr, you can try onlinejobs.ph which is a freelancing site that caters to a wide range of skills and expertise. If you have knowledge in tutoring, you can try applying to pc-conveni it’s a tutoring site for Japanese kids who wants to learn English.
@Mashnn (4503)
19 Jan 12
Check out iwriter and about. These are good sites that pays well if you are write quality articles.
@damned_dle (3944)
• Philippines
19 Jan 12
You can try Elance. But from what I know, Odesk has more job offerings. Just keep on applying and build a good reputation.