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    I'm starting this thread for FYI purposes. After searching, didn't see any older threads on this topic. Main purpose is to compile a list of reputable freelancing avenues for graphics/web designers and programmers.

    At the moment I know the following sites that can help freelancers get some projects either for money or to build their portfolio.

    - ELance www.elance.com
    - CREATIVEmoonlighter www.creativemoonlighter.com
    - Rent-A-Coder www.rentacoder.com

    People might also be able to find very limited freelance work (mainly under $100, rarely contracted) on some popular forums, such as:

    - SitePoint Forums www.sitepointforums.com

    Does anyone else have any other sites to add to the list?

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    I use one called all freelance work or somethin www.allfreelancework.com
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    I found more helpful websites that might be of interest to you Designer/Programmers out there looking for work.

    http://www.scriptwork.net
    http://a2zwebdesignsource.com/
    http://www.jobsontheweb.com/
    http://www.itjobs.com/

    I sure hope this helps you all out! Good Luck, Job Hunting and God Bless!
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    here are more..

    Here are more site

    http://scriptlance.com [the greateast one on the net ]
    http://onlinecoders.com
    http://radlance.com
    http://webdesignlance.com


    more will come...

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    You might also find http://www.freelancedeveloper.org useful for both freelance and salaried jobs

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    Hi !

    There are many clones of RentACoder™, but original is outstanding one:
    1. 20,000+ registered software buyers and 60,000+ coders. Join too - it's free.
    2. 700+ open bid requests in 32 categories. 4,715 completed projects in Nov 2003.
    3. No needs to pay subscription (like at Elance, Contracted Work, Telecommute-Jobs ).
    4. You can't see strange bids: "I can do it for 3$ in 0 days" (like at Scriptlance ).

    RentACoder.com is my choice.
    I can say this as "Rent A Coder" Top Coder.
    100+ projects completed by me in last year.
    Here my brief history:
    http://www.takereal.com/freelance/rating.asp

    You may want to read "Software Buyer Frequently Asked Questions" :
    http://www.takereal.com/freelance/article.asp

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    I HATE scriptlance, it's full with unproffessional people that design ugly sites for 5$...

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    Yeah, considering that SL will be taking away those $5, they are working for free. Kills any chance of your bid being accepted. I picked up a couple of permanent clients from there a while ago, wasn't that bad then.

    RentACoder is much better IMHO.
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    web outsourcing

    the people over at LINK REMOVED are worth checking out.. they do pretty nice work for cheap..
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