Working online is awesome, especially when you’re working on legitimate freelancing websites that pay you for your hard work. It can be demoralizing to work on a site only to realize that it’s a scam website.
I asked guys in one of the best Facebook groups to help me compile a list of legitimate sites where Kenyans can work without barriers such as joining fees or country restrictions. You don’t have to pay a dime to join these sites and they don’t have problems with Africans or non-natives. You just need to be able to provide quality, professional work.
Some of these sites, such as Uvocorp.com usually open and close application windows i.e. you may check and find that applications are no longer allowed.
So, what are those legitimate freelancing websites?
General Freelancing Sites
Article Writing Websites
Academic Writing Websites
Graphic and Web Design Website
Add More Legitimate Freelancing Websites
You can add more sites on the comments section below.
Also let us know if you have had a good or bad experience with any of the above (or other) websites so that guys can know which ones to join and what to expect. I had previously reviewed a few and you can also get some more done by Charles Gitonga.
Note that I may not have a good idea about all mentioned sites so I’m learning also. Click on each individual site to see it’s terms, pay etc. I just compiled them from trusted members of the Awesome Transcribers in Kenya Facebook group. I however have worked for quite a number of them and can prove their legitimacy.
Over to you, my friend. Let’s have a meaningful discussion on the comments.