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From: "T. Broun To: Angela Hoy Subject: Contact - Australian writer querying about Freelance Work Exchange Date sent: Fri, 8 Dec 2006 13:01:20 +1100 Hi Angela, I'm a writer from Australia. I've signed up with Freelance Work Exchange to get writing work as of this past Tuesday. The initial seven-day trial cost 2.95 and thereafter if one thinks it's worthwhile, it will cost 29.95 per month to remain a member eligible to access jobs that are listed on the site.
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Although I haven’t kept a close eye on Elance , my impression has been that it was a basic job “bid” site for freelancer programmers. The site description summarizes their main focus as “outsourcing to freelance programmers, web and logo designers, copywriters, illustrators and consultants.” People with the jobs are the employers or “buyers” and the Web workers with the skills are the “providers” on Elance. Since launching in 1999, the company has worked to expand their offerings, integrating some features to create more than just a job site and more of a work tool. What interested me beyond the job marketplace is Elance’s concept of a Remote Work System with the goal of creating a remote workspace for freelance workers to provide them with additional incentive to continue using the site after the job match has been made.