Category: work business development sales

  • FairyGodBoss

    FairyGodBoss

    FairyGodBoss is job-search site that specializes in helping women find work in a wide array of industries; site also ranks companies based on women-friendly policies Expected pay: varies Husl$core: $$$$

  • JustAnswer

    JustAnswer

    JustAnswer pays experts in everything from engineering to medicine for answering consumer questions Expected pay: $2 – $20 per question Husl$core: $$$

  • Field Day

    Field Day

    Field Day enlists freelancers to serve as “brand ambassadors,” canvasing local communities to spread the word about a brand by foot or phone. Expected pay: $15 – $35 per hour Husl$core: $$$$

  • Fiverr

    Fiverr

    Fiverr allows you to advertise your services for just about anything –write, edit, design logos, do voice-over work, provide digital marketing, animation, advice. Expected pay: You set it Husl$core: $$$$

  • Maven

    Maven

    Maven links clients needing professional advice with independent experts who have relevant expertise. Expected pay: You set it Husl$core: $$$$

  • GigSmart

    GigSmart

    GigSmart is a marketplace that connects part-time workers and companies and individuals who need help. Expected pay: varies by job Husl$core: $$$

  • GoLance

    GoLance

    GoLance connects clients with freelance tech specialists, virtual assistants, writers, marketers, customer support representatives, translators, and others Expected pay: set by you Husl$core: $$$

  • PeoplePerHour

    PeoplePerHour

    PeoplePerHour is a broad employment platform to find freelance jobs in administration, design, writing, translation, photography, software development, business systems and more Expected pay: Widely varied Husl$core: $$

  • Freelancer

    Freelancer

    Freelancer helps you find work doing a wide variety of projects, from designing logos and websites to providing writing or marketing help. Expected pay: Varies by the job Husl$core: $$

  • Arise

    Arise

    Arise bills itself as a way that customer service professionals can work for themselves, on their own schedules. But requires them to pay for training and access to a buggy system. Expected pay: speculative Husl$core: $