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Victoria Rego
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Reiki Master, writer, customer service
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Colleen Rivera
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Word Work by Colleen
Try networking in Facebook groups or on LinkedIn.
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Victoria Rego
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Reiki Master, writer, customer service
Thank you
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Deb Ling
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Author Coach, Editor and Ghostwriter
Hi Victoria, I use upwork.com. They have hundreds, maybe thousands of jobs for you to bid on. I have used that site for 10 years. (It used to be called oDesk).
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Joan Kirschner
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Copywriter – Editor – Instructor
How does this compare with Virtual Vocations? I've never used any of these services to get work – my past freelance work has always come to me by word of mouth.
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Deb Ling
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Author Coach, Editor and Ghostwriter
I have never heard of virtual vocations, so I could not say. I use upwork when I do not have any word of mouth projects. You go in, set up your bio, then start searching. You can set up keywords for the search. I just looked at virtual vocations. I would not use that site. It would cost me too much. Upwork does now charge for the credits. But you can buy 60 credits for $9.00 it is very inexpensive. Since I am picky and only bid when I need work, that 60 credits can last me a few months.
User edited comment on 11/22/20 at 2:28PM UTC
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