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Would you recommend using getafreelancer.com?

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by loginname, Nov 29, 2009.

  1. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    Hey

    I've got a niche I would like to have created about 5 unique articles for. So I got a link to getfreelancer.com from another thread in this forum. But have no experience using that site. Is it a good site (I mean can folks on that site be trusted for delivering good content, and not copying your niche)?
     
  2. stung

    stung Regular Member

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    Some of the people there are just totally retarded, excuse my french, but some are good. Go with the native english speakers and check how many good reviews / feedback they have.
     
  3. deki33

    deki33 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes yes and yes.
    I found a lot of good services on GAF. From article services to programmers and video production.
     
  4. showbizvet

    showbizvet Power Member

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    Good site, but like anywhere you will find good and bad freelancers, that's part of the game. Read the reveiws, make an informed decision and of course check out some of the other free lance sites also.
     
  5. buddyboy

    buddyboy Junior Member

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    Good source for outsourcing. Like anything else you have to research and go with those with good feedback. Let others be the guinea pig. Go with trusted performers and you will do fine. Do not take the desperate will do anything types. Pick people who do specific work.
     
  6. stealth_pony

    stealth_pony Newbie

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    You have gotten some good response to your question. I would add that if you are concerned about people you hire stealing your niche, make sure the people you work with know that you are the copyright owner of any material you purchase from them.