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Englishprovided that upwork ratings are flawed, any site or system where ratings actually work?

Artemciy 1 month ago
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Wajid Ali 1 month ago
Time Doctor is an easy way for you to manage all of the freelancers you hire on Upwork. You can get real time insight into what tasks they’re working on AND see how long it takes to complete each task.
ylomat 1 month ago
I suggest you to compare, if possible find matches, among this services: https://lemon.io/upwork-alternatives/
Johndy Lavina 1 month ago Correct
I highly recommend you check out my comprehensive list of remote/freelance job sites here:
https://www.taskjock.com/2020/12/09/remote-job-sites-ultimate-list

I'm always updating that list and it even includes websites focused on paying freelancers in crypto.

I would highly recommend you start with job sites that are more focused on micro-tasks. If a freelancer executes very well on smaller tasks, there's no doubt they will do well on bigger tasks, after all, it's all about task management at the end of the day.

The top microtasks job sites in my opinion are:
-Fiverr
-PeoplePerHour
-Fivesquid

Hope it helps!
If you're looking for help, feel free to check out my freelancer profiles:
https://linkly.co/taskjock

Cheers
Artemciy 1 month ago
Sounds good, will be experimenting with these.
Johndy Lavina 1 month ago
Thanks for the tip Artemciy!
Ninai Ali 1 month ago
Trustpilot is authentic check it out
Hope T Andrews 1 month ago
I recommend Fiverr, it's similar to Upwork but it is more effective from experience
Haider 2 weeks ago
I Agree, Fiverr is one of the most legitimate earning platform when it comes to rantings.
Yusuf 1 month ago
Freelancer.Com
Baris Dayar 1 month ago
This site is my choice

https://www.guru.com/
Tom Lutzenberger 1 month ago
It depends on what you are looking for. Upwork is the next evolution of what used to be known as E-lance. I was on that platform from 2006 until 2011. The rating system that carried over is actually worse than what was there before.

If you're looking for anything performance based, then you're going to want a site that actually proactively manages its freelancers versus just leaving it to whatever their client interaction is. Sites that focus on their freelancers as a team actively pick and pull their best from the crop and keep promoting them. This is usually evident where the site actively rates the performance themselves versus those that leave it to clients. The high producers get the best jobs and the low producers eventually get nudged out. For writing, WritersAccess is a good example of this (I am partial to them as I write for them - disclosure). I've worked for others and some have been a joke, delivering poor material for clients causing a lot of trial and error (Textbroker, Zerys, etc.). Fortunately, some of them have also collapsed and disappeared due to poor business practices, saving the rest of us from dealing with them (ContentDomain).
Artemciy 1 month ago
Interesting. Will keep an eye open for something like that.

I have software developers in mind as of now, but for the software to be reusable it needs a layer or two of text that makes the architecture accessible at a glance, allowing someone to narrow down to *where* things happen (not to mention how and why).

The likes of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Literate_programming and observablehq.

What I'm getting on freelance.com is often people who can't even write a phrase. I guess the ecosystem might be more fragmented, with different cultures on different sites, than I thought. TY
Tom Lutzenberger 1 month ago
Yep, that's going to happen just throwing jobs to the tech sites. Lots of folks will say they can write, but only a few can really do it well. People look down on the skill like basket-weaving, but when you're in production and marketing it's essential for a finished platform. Definitely look to the site I mentioned and similar. You need a site that screens it's talent to confirm they actually deliver marketing content or technical writing versus garbage. -Tom
Tom Lutzenberger 1 month ago
Yep, that's going to happen just throwing jobs to the tech sites. Lots of folks will say they can write, but only a few can really do it well. People look down on the skill like basket-weaving, but when you're in production and marketing it's essential for a finished platform. Definitely look to the site I mentioned and similar. You need a site that screens it's talent to confirm they actually deliver marketing content or technical writing versus garbage. -Tom
vahid sa 1 month ago
FlexJobs , SolidGigs , Fiverr , CloudPeeps , Indeed ,College Recruiter ,Guru ,ServiceScape .
AMcC 1 month ago
TOPTAL.com all freelancers are vetted before being listed on the site so you are almost guaranteed to get a reputable employee.

FIVER.com also looks like a good option. Reviews aren't vetted but generally seem reliable.