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ARTICLE: Top ways drafters can make money online with Freelancer.com

Making Money Online with Freelancer.com

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Freelancer.com describes itself as the world's largest freelancing, outsourcing, and crowdsourcing marketplace for small business. For the drafter this means you can hire or find work in the CAD / BIM related industries. But there is also three other ways we can make money from Freelancer.com. I will discuss these in detail later.


Freelancer.com statistics at 10th December 2013:

  • Users: 9,588,418
  • Projects posted: US$1,312,410,377
  • Projects: 5,213,311

A good size marketplace. So next question: How do us drafters make a coin with them?

Top 5 ways to make money

This is my list of the top 5 ways to make money online with Freelancer.com. In each way to make money I will discuss how you make it, some tips, and general observations from hands on experience.


In my opinion, and experience, the most money you can make from Freelancer.com is hiring people to do CAD work for you. As stated in a couple of Freelancer.com’s Youtube videos, the vision is: digitizing work and sending it to the other side of the world for 10 percent of the cost. READ MORE....

2. WORK A case study in making money with Freelancer.com as a Freelancer. Almir works in Serbia, she makes money online with Freelancer.com how much is she making, who is she making it from and what are the costs. READ MORE....

3. AFFILIATE One exciting way to earn money online with Freelancer.com is the Affiliate Program. It’s exciting because you could be making money while you sleep. I started do this a few weeks ago in earnest and I will share with you my secrets learnt so far. READ MORE....



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