RemoteLeads
FAQ

How it works

As a freelancer you know what it feels like to waste hours looking for quality remote freelance leads. You scavenge job boards, Twitter, Facebook Groups, and track down your previous clients looking for a lead that'll work out. You send tons of well-written proposals only to get ignored. What if you could save all of those hours and instead get vetted remote freelance leads delivered straight to your inbox for free?

RemoteLeads sends you vetted remote front-end freelance leads straight to your inbox.

FAQ

Are all of these leads remote?

Yes! We only send 100% remote freelance leads.

What's your vetting process for qualifying leads?

We run a litmus test to qualify prospective freelance clients in order to see if they're good enough to reach you.

  • litmus-test 100% remote
  • litmus-test Worked with remote freelancers before
  • litmus-test Remote-friendly workflow (Slack, Jira, Trello, Github, etc.)
  • litmus-test Contract or Full-time position

How are you getting these leads?

In order to find the right person, clients post their requirements on a variety of websites. They’ll post on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook Groups, Hacker News, and other job boards. We run these jobs through our algorithm to find the best freelance job suited to you.

Why is RemoteLeads free?

Periodically, we present sponsored content to you at the bottom of the email that may benefit your freelancing business.

I have more questions!

Definitely! Please email us at support@remoteleads.io and we're happy to answer any extra questions.

About

Our biggest dilemma as freelancers is always finding good clients when we need the work. What works best is finding leads posted on social media and contacting clients directly. We built RemoteLeads to make it easy for freelancers to get access to these leads without wasting hours a week searching for them.

Harbind Kharod

I'm a full stack developer and I've been freelancing for over 5 years where I've had the opportunity to work with companies like NHL, Pepsi and Rogers among others. I made the shift to work completely remotely and have never looked back.

Derick Ruiz

I've been freelancing remotely as a front-end web developer since 2014. I've had the privilege to work with clients like Uber, Hilton, Kidizen, Glasses.com, and others to help them create their websites.