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    Default Upwork Vs Fiverr

    I've been using these a lot recently for launching my new business and I must say I've found some pretty awesome remote workers....

    Has anybody used these? I've found Upwork overall more useful and I like the way you setup contracts and invite workers.
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    I used PPH for some web development work that I wanted doing.

    Got the usual "£50 for the whole thing" in India offers, and ended up paying a small UK company about £250-300 but I got a good job done and was happy with everything they did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyF View Post
    I used PPH for some web development work that I wanted doing.

    Got the usual "£50 for the whole thing" in India offers, and ended up paying a small UK company about £250-300 but I got a good job done and was happy with everything they did.
    With upwork you have the full range..... some from Eastern Europe are just as costly as UK based staff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthWestPerm2Contr View Post
    I've been using these a lot recently for launching my new business and I must say I've found some pretty awesome remote workers....

    Has anybody used these? I've found Upwork overall more useful and I like the way you setup contracts and invite workers.
    What type of work have you been using them for?
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    Fiverr is great. I paid scooter 50 notes for 10,000 posts of drivel and he has over-delivered on quality and quantity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    What type of work have you been using them for?
    Upwork

    - SEO

    - Website design

    - Web development

    - Telemarketing

    Fiverr

    - Graphics

    - Marketing Video
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthWestPerm2Contr View Post
    Has anybody used these? I've found Upwork overall more useful and I like the way you setup contracts and invite workers.
    I've used PPH to source translators. It worked well in most cases!

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    I'll definitely be looking into PPH.
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