30Hours is a remote freelance platform that might give Upwork a run for its money

The current world situation has changed our lives in many ways, especially how we work. Many of us have lost work. Others have started working from home for the first time and found it possible to combine work and family. Whatever situation applies to you, now is the time to consider working differently than you did before. Perhaps that means going it alone and seeking your own opportunities. This route can be an empowering, but frightening, step to take. The creators of the 30Hours Remote Freelance Platform want to help you ease that transition.

30Hours is a remote freelance platform that might give Upwork a run for its money
30hours remote freelance platform mockup

You’ve thought about freelancing for a while now. You’ve got the experience from your day job, have set aside some savings, and have an awesome home office setup. Now, due to the current situation, you’ve decided it’s time to take the plunge and work for yourself. The only caveat? Starting a freelance business on platforms like Upwork and Fiverr is tricky. The competition is fierce, and you’ll be vying for jobs alongside professionals who have spent years building their reputation on those sites. How is a new freelancer supposed to break in? It’s this problem that the creators of 30Hours remote freelance platform want to help you solve.

30Hours hopes to offer a way for all new freelancers to start. Because every freelancer needs to begin somewhere. The platforms may already be established, but the market is large. And there’s room for new players that are uniquely positioned to support new hires. Let’s have a look at what 30Hours offers.

Embrace a new normal

With the current global pandemic, many professionals have had the opportunity to work the way freelancers always have: from home. It’s a great way to maintain a career while still being involved with your family. After this experience, some companies have let their employees choose to continue to work from home. It’s a way of earning your livelihood that can improve your work-life balance, something that many of us are anxious to keep even after the COVID-19 pandemic. If your office hasn’t decided to be so flexible, 30Hours remote freelance platform could be the answer you’re looking for.

30hours platform mockup - freelance account panel

30hours platform mockup – freelance account panel

Work with a team

One of the scariest parts of starting your own freelance business is knowing that you have to go it alone. Let’s face it: a large component of what makes us happy at work is the social aspect. It’s more motivating to work when you’re collaborating with others. Once that’s gone, the work can feel isolating and difficult to navigate.

This is an issue 30Hours has found a way to improve. Its Team Feature creates a new professional environment for remote workers by giving them the chance to meet people and learn from other freelancers. The feature offers limitless possibilities for completing projects. It will enable a buyer to work with up to five freelancers on a job and let them communicate as a remote team. It’s a very cutting-edge prospect that any lonely freelancer can appreciate.

30hours remote freelance platform mockup - business template

30hours remote freelance platform mockup – business template

Work from anywhere

One of the greatest advantages of freelance work is the ability to do it anywhere in the world. Have you dreamed of living and working near the beach? With this remote freelance platform, you can choose where you want to live and take the work with you. Or maybe working from home is a more practical choice. Say it’s important for you to live close to your family, but your city doesn’t have many jobs in your line of work. 30Hours makes it possible to live by your family and do the work you love.

30hours remote freelance platform mockup - team intro

30hours remote freelance platform mockup – team intro

Take advantage of great features

30Hours has added features to help both freelancers and buyers optimize their experience. Unlike other remote freelance platforms, it doesn’t take a side. For example, there’s a gamified leveling and achievement system to help freelancers keep up their motivation when they’re working on their own. There’s also the Freelancer Business Card System, which will help potential clients see how you’ve scored on past work.

Furthermore, the POW Performance Analysis system provides you with in-depth information about the work you complete. There’s never been an easier way to let clients know about your skills when you’re first starting. Best of all, 30Hours keeps adding new features, so the experience will just keep getting better.

30hours remote freelance platform mockup - my card landing expanded

30hours remote freelance platform mockup – my card landing expanded

Access a secure payment system

Secure payments are a huge factor to consider when accepting freelance work. Since you can’t meet your clients face to- face, you need to be sure that you’ll get paid for your hard work. And, if you’re a client, you need to be sure that the person you hire will complete the agreed-upon project in the specified time. 30Hours understands your needs. That’s why this remote freelance platform offers a secure payment system that ensures buyers get a product, and freelancers get paid.

Get a built-in Non-Disclosure Confidential Terms and Agreement

As a freelancer, you’ll get used to signing the traditional NDA when you work for companies and clients that give you access to sensitive company information. This is another part of the job 30Hours understands. Instead of having to sign multiple NDAs in order to accept a gig, one is built into your agreement with 30Hours. Of course, that’s convenient for clients, too. This way, they won’t have to create an agreement every time they want to take on a new hire.

30hours remote freelance platform mockup - freelance account panel

30hours remote freelance platform mockup – freelance account panel

What we love about 30Hours

We love that there is finally developed a remote freelance platform that supports new freelancers in their creative work. Potentially great, new talent can be dissuaded from seeking work due to their lack of credentials. 30Hours will support new entrants, putting fresh talent into the pool of work. This is something that everyone benefits from.

What we would love to see

We’d love to learn more about the upcoming features the creators mentioned on the Kickstarter page. The current ones sound great, so we’re looking forward to learning about what they’ll offer in the future.

How can you help?

As a freelancer, you’ll pay 15% in fees, which drops to 9% after leveling and achievements. Or you can join the 30Hours premium subscription plan for $39.99 and pay only 1% fees. Freelancer slots start at ten and can go up to 30 through leveling and achievements. You can add 20 slots with a premium subscription plan.

Clients pay 5% in fees, which can drop to 1.6% through leveling and achievement. Or they can join the premium subscription plan for $49.99 and pay only 0.1% in fees. Buyer teams start at five slots and can go up to 30 slots through leveling and achievements. Otherwise, they can add 25 extra team slots with a subscription plan.

Early supporters get benefits like early access and registration, a profile featuring a social media spotlight post, unlocked jobs, team maximum allowance, and more. So, if you think 30Hours is right for you, now’s the time to get support the website.

Meet Lauren Wadowsky

Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she's not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters.
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