Outsourcely connects you to employers who are looking for long-term freelancers to work on projects ranging from content writing to programming. Freelancers can create a profile with their desired monthly salary and wait for employers to contact them. There is also a jobs section where employers post projects they need people to work on. While not a permanent job as you are still a freelancer, it does offer an alternative to trying to win multiple bids each month. If you successful in the role it could lead to a longer-term or permanent position in the future.
You can communicate with potential employers through:
- Instant private chat
- Live video and voice interviewing
- Video and voice messaging
- Direct email
Employers can browse through candidate profiles to search for freelancers who meet their criteria, so make sure your profile is complete. You could miss out on opportunities if employers bypass the job listing phase. Include all of your skills, relevant keywords and roles you are interested in.
At the time of writing their blog had a lot of articles talking about working with Filipino freelancers, but it is not exclusively for Filipinos.
Payments are negotiated between you and the employer who pays you directly each month. Payments do not go through the portal and they do not charge freelancers and fees.
You decide the rate you want to receive and then negotiate any changes in salary with the employer. Some freelancers are asking for $400 per month while others are asking for $4000 per month.