Wubb.com invites project owners to hire freelancers for their outsource requirements

Wubb.com launches world’s first ever social business networking portal and invites companies, project owners and employers to find, hire and manage affordable freelancers.

Online PR News – 28-May-2012 – Cooper City, Florida – Dan Rubin, the founder of Wubb.com, a Florida-based company announces the most happening online marketplace for job outsourcing. Employers and project holders by simply registering into Wubb.com can find programmers, designers, web developers, content writers, researchers, IT consultants, engineers and job seekers across the world.

The networking site also aims at empowering freelancers, small businesses, and entrepreneurs by providing them outsourced projects/jobs time to time.

According to company spokespersons currently there are 11 broad project categories for which project holders can post their outsourcing requirements. These are accounting/ legal, IT/web/ programming, marketing/sales/PR, design, writing/translation, research, photography/videography, property, organizing/planning and personal.

Wubb verifies each of the freelancers account soon after they register. This is to make sure legitimacy is maintained and project owners get the highest quality of work from credible sources.

Wubb personnel believe that finding freelancers at Wubb is a bit unique and effective unlike other popular ones. The selection process has been kept natural and easy-to-go for the best results. Other than directly posting a job requirement, project owners can add new people to their network and qualify their eligibilities. This is done most naturally by participating in open discussions, arranging some design contests, throwing out questions for idea generations and more.

Wubb emphasizes on relationship building through a number of ways which a project owner can use to his or her benefits. It is better to understand a freelancer’s worth by directly interacting with him or her over a period of time and then assign a project.

Wubb does not charge anything from jobbers for posting jobs or projects. It is the freelancers and entrepreneurs who buy Wubbles (virtual tokens) for submitting proposals on open projects. Projects may start at any price and there is no upper limit. Freelancers are paid only when job givers are happy with the work. Deadline, quality of work and work reviews are counted significant.

Wubble packages differ based on the project value. Higher the budgets of project freelancers choose more the number of wubbles is required to buy from the company. The basic package (silver premium) of 25 wubbles is priced at $25 whereas the platinum premium with 100 wubbles costs $85. There are other intermediate offerings too.

In the project section of the website job holders can set a particular budget, choose between fixed and hourly rates and describe project descriptions. There is a timeline for bidding as well. Once project requirements are posted freelancers around the world start bidding on them. Upon successful submission of applications the right candidate/s are selected and taken for next course of action. Price comparison, negotiations, project discussions, delivery deadlines all can be discussed real-time right at Wubb’s platform.

Project posting and payment management process on Wubb is easy. The development part of the site ensures that project holders can easily track the status of their jobs posted, the total number of bids accepted and the actions taken on them.

Wubb.com uses secure payment system that protects all personal data of its members. A Wubb account holder can deposit, withdraw, transfer any amount of money through PayPal and Credit card from anywhere in the world. The idea is to create a win-win situation for employers and freelancers.

The company announced official launch of the website wubb.com on 12th March this year and in last 2 months it has already gained the attention of many project owners. Dan Rubin is optimistic about its acceptance and popularity among new age business professionals. He cordially invites business enthusiasts to join Wubb for free and make a difference to their online presence.

About Wubb.com:
Wubb.com is a social business networking website where entrepreneurs, freelancers, job holders, job seekers, investors and business consultants meet each other, build relationships and find a series of business solutions.

The company is headed by Dan Rubin and is headquartered at Grove Lane, Cooper City Florida. Launched in March 2012, the networking portal has already made a great knock in online business world. It is a complete social business networking hub for all business enthusiasts across the world.