You need to have an authorized freelance account in Useme in order to post a job offer.
You can post up to 5 offers before your account is verified.
For most of the job categories, we also require you to add a portfolio into your account to post a job offer. If you would like to know more information about the portfolio, please click here.
When your freelance account status show as “Authorized” and you have a portfolio. You can send a job post once match all of the above requirements. Click on the “Post a Job offer” button and provide all the necessary details:
- The portion of work you can do
- A brief description of related experience
- The expected rate
- Expected time to finish the project
If the job does not contain sufficient details to estimate the price, you can also offer an approximate value. You can provide the portion of work with the expected price and other factors that can influence the rate. Then use the button in the viewing of your offer, you can send a message to the client for more details. After receiving the response from the client, edit the job offer to correspond to the scope of work.
Will other freelancers check my offer?
A posted offer is only visible to the specific client and the freelancer who proposed the offer.
Therefore, your offer is only visible to the limited user. You will see the website in the same way as other users if you log out and refresh the website.
How to set a price for a job
You understand the quality of your work than anyone. We encourage you to check other freelancers who work in a similar field and their estimated rate.
Do not propose a deal for 5 EUR. If your offer gets accepted, that will be the final amount of the remuneration. Moreover, offering the lowest amount is not a solution to getting the job. The clients also focus on the quality of work. If you have a high-quality portfolio with attractive work, propose the amount that reflects your talent and experience. We wish all the best to you.
How many offers can I post as a freelancer?
We do not set any limitations for you. Just make sure that the offers are related to the posted job.
If the client marks them as spam, we may temporarily block your account.
A freelancer account awaiting verification can only submit up to 5 offers.