Review – Is it a scam? is a website that connects small businesses and freelance workers worldwide. Established in 2008, People Per Hour has already outsourced over £37,500,000 worth of services from £100 or less worth of small projects to on-going contractual work.

The website claims that many business owners use them to hire workers to accomplish small projects which often last from hours to weeks. This setup allows small businesses to create virtual teams without the red tape, cost, and bureaucracy of traditional employment.

How Works

According to, business owners can post a job for free and takes just a few minutes to accomplish. Once the job ad is created, it will go up on the site and be viewed by freelancers. There are 3 types of jobs that can be posted by business owners in the fixed price, hourly, and base+result fee jobs.

Freelance workers, on the other hand, can choose a job to bid from these seven main categories: IT/Programming, Marketing/Sales, Design, Admin/Secretarial, Writing/Translation, Accounting/Legal, and Others. If clients can post a job for free, freelancers will be charged a small service fee for a successful bid.

Final Thoughts on provides a good opportunity for small business owners to outsource projects without really having to go through the process and implications of traditional employment.

While freelancers can register for free, there is a certain amount to be paid for the site’s service. If you don’t mind the site’s service fee percentage which could range from 4.5-10%, then PeoplePerHour can be a good try.

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