Freelancer goes local: You can now hire plumbers, cleaners, and other local workers on demand.
These online entrepreneurs have good reason to believe in the power of leveraging freelancing to discover your true potential.
Freelancer.com says web-related jobs in the provinces have been increasing over the years - at least in the case of the Philippines - thanks to the emergence of freelancing platforms.
Gone are the days when the word ‘freelancer’ was synonymous with ‘unemployed’ or ‘can’t land a job.’ Freelancers today are the complete opposite of the stereotypes we carry about in our heads.
A few key people behind some of the region’s most popular job matching sites share advice on how you can market yourself and become more visible to clients.
Leading online freelancing platforms share what they think are challenges their industry must address: slow Internet, high taxes, skills mismatch.
Senator Aquino wants to improve the freelancing industry - here’s how you can improve as a freelancer.
Philippines is locked in a three-way race with Indonesia and Vietnam to be the main freelancing hub in Southeast Asia.
More Indonesians will soon collect paychecks in pajamas. Tapping the nation’s stay-at-home workforce
Even in the most tech-savvy countries with fast and readily-available internet connections like Singapore and the US, the stay-at-home labor force remains one of the most untapped markets for startups...
Freelancer.com data suggests that freelancers should look to the booming 3D printing and internet of things industries for more lucrative work.
Data revealed by Elance-oDesk shows that the online freelancing industry in the Philippines is robust and only growing more.
DesignCrowd is an online crowdsourcing marketplace for design. You set a reward and post a pitch for different types of design projects: a logo, website, T-shirt, or brochure. Designers respond to you...