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Good help can be pretty hard to come by these days. With everyone working for someone 9 – 5, it could be a chore finding skilled personnel who are readily available to handle your business within your deadline. Wouldn’t it be such a relief to know where to find such capable and available hands? Say no more, Freeciti has made that possible. This internet company has made a freelance market haven for all. By creating an online community where professional freelancers can register and clients can post the requirements of their job, they have created one of the largest marketing networks in Africa. When Clients post their job requirements, they get to choose from the numerous professionals who bid for the job. Once the chosen freelancer accepts the job offer, payment is made only through the site. Once the job is completed, and the client is satisfied with the service rendered, the client then rates the freelancer which authorizes the release of funds to the freelancer. The Freeciti website displays the registered freelancers and their portfolio which usually contains their service charge so you know what you’re getting into before you commit. Due to the payment system, there’s no room for receiving payment for a shoddy job. This forces the freelancer to always give their best in order to earn their pay. It’s a win-win situation really. The client gets the service quality needed, and the positive commendation helps the freelancer to appreciate in value for other potential clients. This business is all about partnership. Signing up for Freeciti comes with multiple packages such as the Intro plan which is absolutely free to register for both freelancer and employer. The intro plan has certain limitations however, like reduced number of bids or published jobs per month. The other plans: the Basic plan, Standard plan, and Premium plan, require a monthly subscription. Each package has a withdrawal fee attached when freelancers decide to access the funds they received for completed jobs. This fee varies from package to package but is 0% for premium users. Freeciti is open to anyone seeking business opportunity in the following category: Web, Mobile and Software, Writing & Content, Design & Creative, Administration Support, Accounting and Consulting, as well as Sales and Marketing. While Freeciti is a virtual company on the internet, their physical location is in Maryland, Lagos. Yes, that’s right. They are a Nigerian company providing solution by creating job connections for qualified Nigerian professionals. Freeciti advertises registered members and their services on their multiple social media platforms, making it easier for clients to locate and identify them. You can find Freeciti on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. To know more about how to navigate and engage Freeciti, visit their FAQ section on their website: click here. For further enquiries, you can send an email to

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This article was first published on 27th June 2017


Ann Esievoadje is a freelance writer who is passionate about encouraging a reading culture and personal development. She has authored two books, The Quilt (fiction) and Being Mummy and Me (non-fiction). She manages Pulchra Publishing which offers a content creation/editing, transcription, different forms of writing (including Ghostwriting) service and her blog, Life Love and Anything Goes at You can reach her at

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