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Here is a list of more sites that provide part time online jobs as per their longevity , ownership details , demand , business model, e.t.c. You can join as many you want by clicking their links below to see if it suits you to make money online. Some of these sites below have been explained with videos & some have a small description associated to them, so after clicking their LINKS just register for on each of them & try to understand their features. Remember that their payment method may or may not be using paypal so please verify it but one thing is for sure that if their payment processor is paypal then you can follow the same online payment process we have mentioned for our told top 2 emoneyjobs. We will be updating this list with time to have all the potentially good earning websites available.



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3) www.elance.com

Elance was initially developed as a technology for supporting virtual work. Two years later Elance introduced a vendor management system (VMS) for contractors and third-party services used by large enterprises. In 2006 Elance sold its enterprise software division and developed instead its current web-based platform for online, contingent work.As of February 2013, Elance is used by approximately 500,000 businesses and 2 million registered freelance professionals, who have collectively earned nearly $850 million to date.A merger with oDesk, another online staffing platform, was confirmed in December 2013. The deal was finalized in April 2014 and the two companies will create a resource that consists of 8 million freelancers and 2 million businesses.Elance & oDesk relaunched as Upwork in May 2015 with Elance remaining as an Upwork company. Although Elance is still a stand-alone site operated by Upwork, it is expected to merge into the Upwork platform in the near future. The two platforms consist of 10 million freelancers and 4 million businesses.

4) freelancer.in

Its the Indian site of Freelancer.com which is the world’s largest freelancing, outsourcing and crowdsourcing marketplace by number of users and projects. They connect over 16 million employers and freelancers globally from over 247 countries, regions and territories. Through their marketplace, employers can hire freelancers to do work in areas such as software development, writing, data entry and design right through to engineering, the sciences, sales and marketing, accounting and legal services.

5) www.upwork.com

Upwork allows clients to interview, hire and work with freelancers and agencies through the company’s platform. The platform now includes a real-time chat platform aimed at reducing the time it takes to find and hire freelancers.Upwork collects 10 percent of the payment to the independent professional—no fee is charged to those offering jobs.Payments can be made using credit cards, PayPal, or bank transfer. Payments are made through Upwork’s escrow system, which transfers the funds to freelancers after a 6-day period. As of May 2014, Upwork reported $1B in annual billings, 10 million freelancers and 4 million clients worldwide. Freelancers can be hired for jobs on app and software development, engineering and data science, creative services such as graphic design and writing, business and administrative. The company provides voluntary skills tests in various disciplines from English aptitude to specific programming skills, and profiles include a feedback mechanism. To ensure the freelancers are billing fairly for jobs billed hourly, the platform offers a timesheet application that tracks time and takes screenshots while the freelancer is billing.

6) worknhire.com

WorknHire.com, a product of WorknHire Technologies Pvt Ltd,  has been created to bridge the gap between Freelancers and Client in India by bringing them under one roof. The idea of WorknHire came to us seeing the demand generated by the numerous start-ups and small business to find freelancers/contractors for their work and hence a customized solution for the Indian market. Projects can be posted and found on various categories like IT & Programming, Graphic Design, Content Writing, Data Entry, Finance and Sales & Marketing. Creating an account, finding work or posting a project is free of cost on WorknHire.

7) jobs.problogger.net

The ProBlogger Job Board is where bloggers looking for jobs and companies looking for bloggers to hire meet.If you’re looking to hire a blogger the ProBlogger Job Board is a place to find them. So here are also some more jobs opportunities available.

8)  iwriter.com

Its an ideal website for writers to get paid for their written content.

9) Fiverr.com

You can also earn money with fiverr if you want to develop an online income. It also provides you with freelance work as instructed by the customers. You have to work & complete the task as required.