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Hiring freelancers

By tsmmamba ·
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I have some ideas for apps, unfortunately I can't develop as of yet, I'm still learning. I would like to get my apps developed so I start my app-preneur journey.
My question is, can freelancers on Fiverr be trusted? Secondly, what's other freelance websites are reliable, affordable and convenient?
Additionally, what is a must-do requirement when working with online freelancers?
Thank you.

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Hire Mobile App Developers

by hannafrenk In reply to Hiring freelancers

ViitorCloud has been serving its clientele from its delivery centres located in Ahmedabad, India. It also possesses presence in Spain, US and Canada. Having served clients in over 30 countries across the globe, ViitorCloud’s professionals are well equipped with the most advanced technology skills and are aware of the latest market trends.

Hire ios Developer or hire android developer from Viitorcloud to turn your ideas into real app. We provide mobile application development in india and globally at the best price.

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IT Development Services

by susan.infosystem11 In reply to Hiring freelancers

I would like to share the name of Hvantage Technologies - is a California based leading software development company. Hvantage Custom Software Development Services leverage the technical expertise of our professionals who are empowered with latest technology software and tools, to offer customized Mobile applications of various flavors’ including business intelligence solutions, web development solutions, e-business solutions, custom application development and ERP solutions. With meticulously chalked out designs, our solutions can significantly save the annual budget of any organization by rationalizing the systems.

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by Tytanius In reply to Hiring freelancers

If this is your first project, try https://www.freelancer.com/ it is really common website, and you can find a lot of people, read reviews about their work and coments to previous projects.

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Solution to Hiring Freelancer

by vikasyadav2 In reply to Hiring freelancers

Hi, if you have some unique and top mobile app idea, then implement it after hiring either a freelance mobile app developer or choose the services of some top mobile app development companies. No doubt, freelancer on Fever are reliable. However, you can also choose dedicated and on-demand freelancer from odesk, freelancer.com and plenty of other resources. You can also take the help of this below useful link </a>to find the list of top websites to hire freelancers.
Helpful Link:- https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/245953

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There are many factors to consider.

by appsexpanse In reply to Hiring freelancers

Can freelancers on Fiverr be trusted?

If they have great reviews and have been using the platform for a long time and have a high seller level, then they can be trusted to develop your app. However, you should ask to see their previous work, such as apps they created themselves, or apps which they had a significant part in creating. There are also many questions you should ask them before you decide to hire them. This article should help you: http://appexpanse.com/7-questions-to-ask-when-hiring-a-mobile-app-developer/

What other freelance websites are reliable, affordable, and convenient?

Upwork is a great choice, it as a 'mobile dev' option on its category bar and once you click on this you can choose from top mobile engineers and designers to work on your mobile app. Upwork is very well known and it is trustworthy, convenient, and depending on which developer you choose, affordable.

What are some requirements when working with online freelancers?

The article I shared above will help you with the questions you need to ask before you hire a mobile app developer. Additionally, you should carry out proper research to find your best options, you could choose a mobile app development company instead of a freelancer if you find their terms more appropriate. Moreover, this article could help you in reducing the cost of app development: http://appexpanse.com/how-to-reduce-app-development-cost/

If you have any more questions, I will be happy to answer them.

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Hiring freelancers

by dbcomp In reply to Hiring freelancers

You could hire best mobile app developer. This is the best option for you.

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Hiring freelancers

by saurabh1550208087 In reply to Hiring freelancers

Hiring freelancers is a challenge. And the choice of the platform depends on if you know how to evaluate those freelancers or not.

Here are a few different Freelancing sites that you would want to use depending on the type of project you need to be completed.

Freelancer
Upwork
Guru
PeoplePerHour

I have written an Guide on this, Maybe you like to Check out https://techibhai.com/freelance-websites/

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checklist for vetting a freelancer for almost any project

by Joneonau In reply to Hiring freelancers

Here is a checklist for vetting a freelancer for almost any project:

1. English. Don’t trust short chats. They can use standard phrases for QnA’s. Ask them to write you a short tutorial on something.

For example: how to restore a password, set up Windows or how to cook a rabbit.

This will give you an understanding if the person can communicate with you on a more complicated matter or work with English text for the gig.

2. Check their previous work.
We have a team that checks developer's code and tests them.

But even if you are not an expert in what you are vetting, there a few tricks you can use. I'll provide one example for the front-end developer:

- Check if their work examples responsive to different browser sizes
- Run the URL through https://validator.w3.org. If there are too many errors, it’s not a good sign. NOTE: Ignore errors and warnings from third party tools and scripts (i.e., facebook, google analytics, etc.)

3. Ask for a couple of references.
Speaking or chatting for 10-15 minutes with a reference can save you a lot of money

4. Do a project with them
Tests and talks are good, but it will not give you an idea how good he/she is in action.

We usually do a test project (and pay for it to avoid any awkwardness). Depending on the size and the length of the contract decide how big should be the test.

5. Put in the end of the list people:
- That are saying YES to everything. Sometimes it’s a part of the culture.
- Don’t ask questions
- Seem arrogant
- Talk bad about their previous clients
The list is long, trust your intuition here.

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checklist for vetting a freelancer

by helenwalton97 In reply to Hiring freelancers

Here is a checklist for vetting a freelancer for almost any project:

1. English. Don’t trust short chats. They can use standard phrases for QnA’s. Ask them to write you a short tutorial on something.

For example: how to restore a password, set up Windows or how to cook a rabbit.

This will give you an understanding if the person can communicate with you on a more complicated matter or work with English text for the gig.

2. Check their previous work.
We have a team that checks developer's code and tests them.

But even if you are not an expert in what you are vetting, there a few tricks you can use. I'll provide one example for the front-end developer:

- Check if their work examples responsive to different browser sizes
- Run the URL through https://validator.w3.org. If there are too many errors, it’s not a good sign. NOTE: Ignore errors and warnings from third party tools and scripts (i.e., facebook, google analytics, etc.)

3. Ask for a couple of references.
Speaking or chatting for 10-15 minutes with a reference can save you a lot of money

4. Do a project with them
Tests and talks are good, but it will not give you an idea how good he/she is in action.

We usually do a test project (and pay for it to avoid any awkwardness). Depending on the size and the length of the contract decide how big should be the test.

5. Put in the end of the list people:
- That are saying YES to everything. Sometimes it’s a part of the culture.
- Don’t ask questions
- Seem arrogant
- Talk bad about their previous clients
The list is long, trust your intuition here.

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