freelance job

June 13, 2006 12:40pm CST
I am looking for a freelance job like typing documents, transcription, conference calls typing etc. Please help me get one without outright fees.
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17 responses
@imnutz (288)
• United States
13 Jun 06
Try looking on www.elance.com and www.getafreelancer.com. People post jobs on those sites and you can bid on them.
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@sindai (204)
• Canada
7 Jan 07
I found a site that had this bidding thing. I emailed the site to ask how it works, and they never got back to me. Can YOU explain it to me? From what I understand....companies/businesses post on the site looking for someone to do a certain job, then people bid on it? I don't get it. Please explain!
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• India
22 Oct 06
i am searching for such kind of jobs please forward if you get any details, thank you
@mythmoh (3986)
• United States
22 Oct 06
www.genuinejobs.com.This is a good site which offers lot of freelance,medical transcription jobs.
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@luskas (3429)
• Portugal
14 Nov 06
Beware with scams... First step not to be scammed try looking for an adress and contact... If you dont find be affraid... BE VERY AFFRAID LOL
2 people like this
• United States
15 Nov 06
Have you tried sites such as www.constantcontent.com and www.associatedcontent.com? Sometimes the wait is up to a week or more on articles sales, but yuo don't have to work on a deadline, and the topics are yuor own - they don't assign things for you to write on. You can submit your work allowing exclusive rights, unique use rights, and non-exclusive use rights. The pay varies, on Constant Content I have sold articles for as much as $50 with unique use rights. On Associated Content I've sold non-exclusive rights for as little as $3.
@Idlewild (6094)
• United States
20 Nov 06
I've signed up with the two you mentioned. For Constant Content, is the $50 your take, or is that the total price charged (CC takes 35% of the price charged, right?) Does CC accept any type of topic you write about? What happens if you submit an article and no one offers to buy it, does it stay on their site?
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@nishdan01 (3055)
• Singapore
22 Oct 06
www.genuinejobs.com-This is a good site .I have found some good jobs for free.
@easy123 (1486)
• India
22 Oct 06
yas i am also loking for this type job u srach than u say me thank you
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@maumbi (2571)
• Indonesia
9 Oct 06
hhmm maybe input TAG or keyword...must efective...this is great topic...i think getfreelancer is good
@elabuwa (96)
• Sri Lanka
17 Dec 06
Try this site. www.onlinejoblinks.50megs.com. There are some good links. Be careful not to pay anything without verification. Thank you
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• Philippines
26 Nov 06
i'm looking for those kind of jobs also, your thread was quite helpful. you can search forums for these kinds of jobs...that's where i find my projects. you can try looking for jobs here also, it's pretty good www.getafreelancer.com/users/273254.html
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@sahyd2don (2948)
• India
27 Apr 07
i know on site which pays for posting discussions its associatedcontent.It pays you depending on how many clcks your post got and how much rating you get.
@vikasintl (267)
• India
27 Apr 07
There are many if you search...but if you want good ones please visit http://vikasintl.blogspot.com and you will find freelancing section where you will find banners for freelancing sites and there you go.
• Malaysia
18 Apr 07
i will try http://rich-boy.blogspot.com/ for payment info
@b2mb2ng (14)
• Indonesia
17 Apr 07
try this site. alot freelance job project. http://www.getafreelancer.com/affiliates/b2mb2ng/
@farkid (84)
• Nigeria
9 Jan 07
The best place to get a freelance job where you can earn $3000 a week is at... PM me back amd I will tell you.
• Philippines
8 Jan 07
try GETAFREELANCER.COM http://www.getafreelancer.com/affiliates/gl3nnx/ This site contains the job seekers looking for freelancers.. They need document transcriptionist, this site is free, unlike other sites that needs a $5 dollar montly fee.
@classy56 (2883)
• United States
7 Jan 07
www.sohojobs.com offer alot of work at home jobs an try www.indeedjob.com an www.hometypers.com, good luck
• Philippines
5 Jan 07
beware of scammers. be sure to research on them first before you start writing for them. Its good if you can contact their given numbers or if you have a relative on that country where that company is based. Have your relatives check their information for you, i.e. their building or their address, telephone numbers, if those are legit.