How to get freelancers to work on your website?


Releasing a website soon to connect ordinary people, students, business men with teachers and professionals, how do I recruit the teachers and professionals?

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asked Jun 22 '15 at 02:46
C Wakeboard
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2 Answers

  1. First, it has to serve a purpose great enough to peak people's interest. If your site offers that, then incentivize the users.
  2. Give free access. If the site fulfills a need great enough, the free access will expose it to your market and the fulfilled need will cause them to share with peers.
answered Jun 22 '15 at 11:15
Damon @
211 points


The channel that will work best for you depends on the niche your site is in.

Since you state you would be recruiting these teachers, I'm presuming it's a paid position.

Here are some strategies:

  • Post ads on craigslist
  • Post a "remote ok" job on AngelList and other relevant sites where you audience is. i.e. AngelList would only work if you're recruiting software engineers, designers, or marketers.
  • Figure out which meet-ups your audience attends, and try to recruit them in-person.
  • Graduate students are usually willing to teach their newly learnt skills. You could pitch to them as an internship.
answered Jun 23 '15 at 02:47
Nishank Khanna
4,265 points

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