World's first freelance market comparison site launches comparison tables to help buyers find the best freelancing websites
Online PR News – 04-June-2010 – – WhichLance.com, the world's first freelance marketplace comparison site, launched a series of comparison tables today, providing businesses interested in outsourcing projects a quick and easy way to compare the features of the top twenty freelancing websites.
WhichLance was launched at the end of April 2010 with the aim of helping businesses find the best freelance website to use when tendering their project online. The freelance market comparison tables are the latest tools in its arsenal. The site already includes a directory of freelance websites which is backed up by advanced search and filtering capabilities.
The series of comparison tables launched today are:
Want to know how long each freelance site has been established? How many freelancers they have registered? How much their total billings are? The General Comparison table will allow you to find out the answers to these questions and more at a glance.
Safety & Security
Need to know which marketplaces offer escrow? Which offer protection and guarantees? Which offer arbitration and dispute resolution? Get the answer to these questions and more from the safety & security features comparison table.
Fees & Charges
Ever wondered which marketplace is the cheapest? Which has the lowest commissions, which charges the lowest membership fee? Our fees and charges table displays information on all the main fees and charges in place on the top freelancing websites – for both buyers and service providers.
Quality & Skills
Want to know which freelancing site has freelancer profiles and portfolios? Which offers skill tests and assessments? And which have a feedback and ratings system in place? The freelance marketplace comparison table which focuses on quality and skills has the answers.
Saif Bonar, founder of WhichLance? said “Our comparison tables offer a comprehensive, independent overview of the key freelance marketplaces. They are among the most comprehensive available and should be a useful tool for anyone considering using freelance work exchanges."
The WhichLance website is rounded off with a series of resources for both freelance providers and people interested in listing projects on freelance websites.