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Guru – Freelancing site review and guide

review and guide – Guru – Freelancing site

Guru is one the oldest freelancing site, well known for variety of job availability. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, Guru provides businesses with the tools to find and hire talented freelancers all over the world. They also offer freelancers the opportunity to market sought-after skills to a global audience for a minimal cost. They do much more than facilitate job postings on Guru. They also offer a wide range of promotional and support services. This combination of services and a powerful, flexible platform helps you get the work you need done in a way that best suits you.

How it works?

Create a profile and define the freelance services you want to offer. Employers will find you by these services when they search for freelancers to hire. Search and apply for jobs that interest you, in any category. If the buyer hires you, complete the job and get paid for your work.

Quick Guide:

Step 1: Sign up for an account after clicking on join now and select “I want to work” fill up the form and join Guru.

Step 2: Create a profile.  With your profile, you can establish your brand and define unique services you want to offer. Express who you are and what you do.  A great branded profile delivers your message clearly, confirms your credibility, connects with employers’ needs, and motivates them to view your services as one of a kind.

Step 3: Now you have an account and a dashing profile. Then what you need to do is that find a job of your choice. You will get recommended jobs according to your profile. Select some job that you like most and apply for the same. Wait for some hours. Then you will get an invitation if the buyer selects you.

To submit a proposal,

  1. On the top navigation bar, click “Leads.”
  2. Click “Job Invitations” in the left-hand column.
  3. Click the job’s title.
  4. Click the “Apply” button.
  5. Follow on-page instructions.

To decline the invitation,

  1. On the top navigation bar, click “Leads.”
  2. Click “Job Invitations” in the left-hand column.
  3. Click the project’s title.
  4. Click “Decline”.
  5. Type your reason for declining the invitation.
  6. Click the “Decline Invitation” button.

Step 4: Collaborate

You’ve been hired – congratulations! What’s next? Accept or decline the project award. Be sure you’ve received and accepted an award for the project before starting the work. Without an official award via, you do not have the necessary information to send your employer an invoice.

Step 5: Get paid

You and your employer have two transaction options in their mandatory billing & payment system— paying invoices alone and paying invoices via SafePay. SafePay provides more payment protection than invoicing alone. Working with an employer you already know? Invoicing allows you to accumulate customer and earnings statistics. It also protects your financial and tax ID information. It’s fast and easy — you receive funds immediately after employers make payment. However, Guru cannot assist you with unpaid invoices. Working with a new employer? SafePay has all the benefits of invoicing and offers the most payment protection! Up-front SafePay payments and dispute resolution services help you avoid unpaid invoices. You have a choice of transfer methods with which to receive your cash account funds: direct deposit, PayPal, Prepaid MasterCard, and wire transfer.

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