Top Freelance Sites & Marketplace For Freelance Jobs In Nigeria

Many people looking for Top Freelance Sites & Marketplace For Freelance Jobs In Nigeria there lots of freelancing website with job available

What’s freelancing?

Freelance freelancer, or freelance worker, are terms commonly used for a person who is self-employed and not necessarily committed to a particular employer long-term. Freelance workers are sometimes represented by a company or a temporary agency that resells freelance labor to clients; others work independently or use professional associations or websites to get work. ~ Wiki

Types of freelancing works

There are many Freelancing works take a look below

  1. Content writing
  2. Language translation
  3. Graphics design
  4. Website development
  5. Sales page Copywriting
  6. UI/UX design
  7. Video Editing
  8. Front and backend Development
  9. Applications development
  10. Voice over video

Top Freelance Sites & Marketplace For Freelance Jobs In Nigeria

1. Fiverr

Fiverr is an Israeli online marketplace for freelance services. Fiverr serves to allow listing and applying for small one-off jobs, or gigs, online. Jobs listed on the platform are diverse and range from “get a well-designed business card” to “help with HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and jQuery”. Fiverr is a company built on the model of listing temporary work positions. Freelancers work in a variety of workplaces, ranging from home to office. Fiverr serves as e-commerce platform to freelancers and companies to sell their services by using their gigs. The pricing of Gigs depends on how much a seller earns per completed task.

Type of site Marketplace
Available in English, Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Italian, German
Traded as NYSE: FVRR
Headquarters Tel Aviv, Israel
Area served Worldwide
Founder(s) Micha Kaufman

Shai Wininger

Industry Online marketplace
Freelance Marketplace
Online outsourcing
Commercial Yes
Registration Required
Launched 1 February 2010; 12 years ago
Current status Active

2. Upwork inc

Upwork, formerly Elance-oDesk, is an American freelancing platform. In 2015, the Elance-oDesk merger was rebranded as Upwork and the company’s full name is now Upwork Global Inc. Upwork is currently based in Santa Clara and San Francisco, California.


In 2017, Upwork had over twelve million registered freelancers and five million registered clients. More than three million jobs worth over $1 billion USD together were posted in 2017.

In March 2022, Upwork was named to TIME’s List of 100 Most Influential Companies of the year 2022

Type of business Public
Traded as Nasdaq: UPWK
Russell 2000 Index component
Founded 1999 (as Elance)
2003 (as oDesk)
2013 (as Elance-oDesk)
2015 (as Upwork)
Predecessor(s) Elance-oDesk
Headquarters Santa Clara, California, U.S.
Area served Worldwide
Founder(s) Beerud Sheth
Srini Anumolu
Sanjay Noronha
Odysseas Tsatalos
Stratis Karamanlakis
Key people Hayden Brown (CEO)
Thomas Layton (Chairman)
Industry Freelance marketplace
Revenue  $373.6 million (2020)
Registration Required

3. Freelancer

Freelancer is an Australian freelance marketplace website, which allows potential employers to post jobs that freelancers can then bid to complete. Founded in 2009, its headquarters is located in Sydney, Australia, though it also has offices in Vancouver, London, Buenos Aires, Manila, and Jakarta

Type of business Public company
Type of site Freelance marketplace
Available in English, German, French,


Italian, PortugueseSpanish,


Traded as ASX: FLN
Founded 2009;
Headquarters Freelancer
Level 20
680 George Street
Sydney, Australia
Area served Worldwide
Founder(s) Matt Barrie
CEO Matt Barrie
Key people Matt Barrie, CEO
Neil Katz, CFO
Peter Phillips, VP Eng
Chris Koch, Deputy CFO
Industry Online Outsourcing
Employees 470 (March 2016)
Registration Required
Users 55,635,000 (Oct. 9, 2021)
Launched 2009;
Current status Active

4. Peopleperhour

PeoplePerHour, legally People Per Hour Limited, is a UK-based company whose function is as an online platform giving businesses access to freelance workers.

Founded in 2007 by Xenios Thrasyvoulou and Simos Kitiris, the company has offices in London and Athens. Businesses opting to use the website are often start-ups or SMEs looking to grow flexibly by hiring freelancers to handle projects rather than hiring in-house or via agencies. Jobs start from little as an hour (“Offers”) and can be ramped up as needed to build whole teams online, meaning the model is scalable all the way up to global enterprises. They operate as part of what has become part of the “talent cloud” with thousands of freelancers, offerings a range of skills on a flexible and efficient basis.

Type Private
Industry Freelance marketplace
Founded London, United Kingdom
Founder Xenios Thrasyvoulou (CEO)
Simos Kitiris (CTO)
Headquarters London, United Kingdom

5. Toptal

Toptal is a global remote company that provides a freelancing platform, connecting businesses with software engineers, designers, finance experts, product managers, and project managers. The company has no headquarters.


The firm developed personality, language, and skills testing to remotely screen engineering candidates, and accepted the top 3% of several thousand monthly applicants.

The firm matches business engagements with developers from its network and brokers the terms of each job. In 2015, it expanded to include freelance design. In 2016, it acquired the freelancer platform, Skillbridge, which offered freelance accountants, statisticians, and consultants in market research, financial modeling, and due diligence.  In 2017, the company launched a vertical specializing in software engineers and designers for the automotive industry. It also launched a vertical for blockchain engineers in February 2018.

Type Private
Industry Freelance
Founded 2010; 12 years ago
Founders Taso Du Val
Breanden Beneschott
Headquarters United States
Area served Worldwide
Key people Taso Du Val (CEO)

6. Task rabbit

TaskRabbit is an American online and mobile marketplace that matches freelance labor with local demand, allowing consumers to find immediate help with everyday tasks, including cleaning, moving, delivery and handyman work. Founded in 2008 by Leah Busque, the company has received $37.7 million in funding to date and currently has tens of thousands of vetted, background-checked “Taskers” available to help consumers across a wide variety of categories. Busque founded TaskRabbit when she had no time to buy dog food, basing it on the idea of “neighbors helping neighbors”.

Type Subsidiary
Founded 2008; 14 years ago (as RunMyErrand)
Founder Leah Busque
Headquarters San Francisco, California



Area served 47 US cities, 4 UK cities, 1 Canadian city (October 2018)
Services Online marketplace
Parent IKEA

7. Hubstaff

Hubstaff is a remote company that created a workforce management software suite that offers proof of work, time-tracking software, and payroll management, along with a remote talent finder and project management software. Founded in 2012 by Dave Nevogt and Jared Brown, today Hubstaff employs a workforce of more than 90 people across the world.

The company values freedom, transparency, customers-first approach, accountability, and attentional control.

Hubstaff was seen as a rising technology company in 2015, when they received a nomination as part of Techpoint’s Mira Awards for The Best of Tech in Indiana. The company also made the Inc. 5000 list in 2018 and 2019.

Type Privately held company
Industry Corporate transparency
Founded 2012
  • Dave Nevogt
  • Jared Brow
Headquarters Indianapolis, Indiana


United States

Area served Worldwide
Products Hubstaff

Hubstaff Tasks

Hubstaff Talent

Number of employees 90 (2021)
Parent Netsoft Holdings, LLC


Above are list of freelancing website base on our research around the mostly Wikipedia. if you any suggestions to add please drop in comment section




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