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PeoplePerHour is a freelance market composed of people who are experts in their fields.
Freelancer.com is a freelance and crowdsourcing marketplace used by over 25 million users.
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Posting jobs on PeoplePerHour is completely free. Employers pay only once a deal has been signed with a freelancer and is released when a project is completed. Buyers are also charged a payment transaction fee of £0.6 + 5% and a service fee of 5% for credit card, debit card, or electronic payment gateway transactions. For more information regarding fees, visit this page.
PeoplePerHour also offers an enterprise pricing package for large businesses:
Enterprise Solutions – by quote
To learn more about Enterprise Solutions, visit this page.
Freelancer.com job posting is free. Fees are only extracted once projects are accepted by a freelancer and rates are variable depending on the job type or size. Fixed price projects have a fixed levy of 3% or $3, whichever is greater.
Additionally, Freelancer.com also offers enterprise pricing plans to members and employers:
For more information on paid employer memberships, see the Freelancer.com article on the topic or get in touch with support.
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If you continue having doubts about which solution will perform best for your business it may be a good idea to analyze each service’s social metrics. Such metrics are frequently a way to see how popular every service is and how large is its online presence.For example, if you analyze PeoplePerHour LinkedIn account you’ll see that they are followed by 8166 people. In case of Freelancer.com the number of followers on their LinkedIn page is 31729.