Petra R wrote:
Jennifer R wrote:
Translate 30K English to German for $100:
"PS: I am looking for only NEW UPWORK FREELANCERS! NEW! ($0 earned freelancers) "
did it have applicants?
little too slick. You might still be able to slide in. I'm sure you won't
get any resistance from Upwork. It should be smooth as silk. Don't let it
slip through your fingers. I can never gain any traction with that kind of
client. And I would bend over backwards for a non-friction job...not
Ravindra B wrote:
US Client looking for a “Native English Speaker” to polish a blog:
that is truly hilarious and I'm stepping aside to let the many very talented word-smiths swoop in and take it on!
If anyone needs it, I can provide shoe-polish!
Mary W wrote:
I saw one yesterday. $150 fixed price for 15 articles on North Dakota criminal law. Due today at 9 am. Really.
I just hope that wasn't the time he needed to be in court....
I've just had a terrific invitation (French to English translation) - invitation only - no job description at all but a $200 budget.
The client posted the job one year ago. He checked in 50 days ago. He has invited 1440 people is interviewing over 200. He has "hired" one person for $5.00, which has been "ongoing" since April last year ...
Upwork must love this sort of client to allow them to stay on board. Left to me, I would make them walk the plank.