Spend Less, Get More: 100 Different Types of Freelancers in Today’s Marketplace

Are you looking for a way to save money and get the job done right? Then you might consider hiring a freelancer or a contractor.

What’s in it for you? All kinds of good stuff–but mostly, dedicated, focused professionals who believe that your business is as important as their own–and they stake their reputations on each job they accept.

Read more: 9 Reasons to Hire a Freelancer

Better yet, there are a large number of types of freelancers out there you can hire at a reasonable price (and without having to pay benefits or other typical employee costs).

So what do you need? In almost any case, you can find a freelancer to take care of it. Happy hiring!

Here’s a list of 100 different types of freelancers. You might be surprised at some of the professions on the list.

  1. Accounting
  2. Acquisition Experts (sales, hires, customers, etc.)
  3. Administrative Assistants
  4. Affiliate Salespeople
  5. Analysts
  6. App Builders
  7. Artists
  8. Assemblers for your products
  9. Attorneys
  10. Auditors
  11. Babysitters
  12. Bloggers
  13. Book-cover designers
  14. Bookkeepers
  15. Budget Managers
  16. Builders (Websites, products, etc.)
  17. Business Coaches and Consultants
  18. Business marketers
  19. Cleaning Services
  20. Client/customer targeting experts
  21. Coders
  22. Columnists and feature writers
  23. Concept development experts
  24. Coordinators (projects, deliveries, etc.)
  25. Copywriters
  26. Customer Service Representatives
  27. Data entry professionals
  28. Decorators
  29. Delegation experts
  30. Delivery Drivers
  31. Demonstrators (for your products or services)
  32. Developers
  33. eBook formatting experts
  34. Editors
  35. Efficiency experts
  36. Engineers
  37. Event Promoters
  38. Exporters
  39. Filmmakers
  40. Finance Experts
  41. Franchisers
  42. Grant writers
  43. Handy-men and women
  44. Helpdesk experts
  45. Hosts
  46. Housekeepers
  47. Importers
  48. Inspectors
  49. Installers
  50. Instructors
  51. Interviewers
  52. Investor advisors
  53. Joint venture consultants
  54. Joomla experts
  55. Journalists and news writers
  56. Keyword researchers
  57. Laborers
  58. Launch team members
  59. Legal team members
  60. Managers
  61. Marketers
  62. Meeting attending-note takers
  63. Monitors for social media, websites, blogs, etc.
  64. Mother’s Helpers
  65. Motivators
  66. Negotiators
  67. Networkers
  68. Optimizers  and organizers
  69. Pet Sitters
  70. Plug-in designers
  71. Phone Sales Representatives (In-bound and out-bound)
  72. Product Testers and Reviewers
  73. Programmers
  74. Proofreaders
  75. Publicists
  76. Publishers
  77. Purchasers/buying agents
  78. Researchers
  79. Salespeople
  80. Security agents and officers
  81. SEO Consultants
  82. SEO writers
  83. SERP experts
  84. Shipping agents
  85. Social media marketers
  86. Social networkers
  87. Startup consultants
  88. Streamlining experts
  89. Suppliers
  90. Synchronization experts
  91. Teachers
  92. Trackers
  93. Transcribers
  94. Troubleshooters
  95. Twitter experts
  96. Virtual assistants
  97. Website Designers
  98. Window decorators
  99. WordPress experts
  100. Writers

Know of a kind of freelancer I didn’t include here? Add a comment, below.

 

 

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