- worth it?

Any of you used this and have experiences you’d like to share? /have any other tips on finding gigs? Wondering if it’s worth the effort of signing up or not.

Do you have to pay to be listed? Or do they take a cut of any work you get through them?

There’s a free tier and a paid for tier:

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We also offer premium options for companies interested in more visibility, extra customer service, and additional marketing opportunities.

Hi Lucy

The conventional rule is that it is 10 times easier to get business from existing clients than from new ones. That rule suggests that relationships have a lot to do with getting new projects.

Therefore personally I think that a better way to invest one’s limited time is in generating ways to build genuine, mutually trusting relationships with people who might be able to buy your service or refer you.

On the latter point there is a big difference between people who can refer you and those that are genuinely motivated to do so - I’d suggest seeking those out first.