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I've been a consultant for many years now, but it's only been the past two years that I've broken into the online world of freelancing. I've worked on 15 projects across ten clients in the past year itself. While working as a freelance NoCode developer is a rewarding and lucrative career choice, finding work can be difficult if you don't know where to look. I hope this guide will help you get started on your journey.
If you're interested in a career as a no-code developer, you'll need to find ways to break into the community and start building your portfolio. Freelancing can be an excellent way for new no-code developers to get their feet wet. Not only does freelancing allow you to work on projects that interest you, but it also lets you work remotely to live wherever you choose without being tied down to one location. The challenge is finding clients willing to take a chance on a new no-code developer. Fortunately, there are numerous platforms where freelancers can find gigs and begin building up their portfolios. Here are some of the best sites for finding freelance jobs in the no-code space:
Freelancing and remote working are not new; many websites cater to finding projects. However, most websites I've looked into have projects looking for traditional development technologies. In my experience, the following websites have been beneficial for NoCode projects.
Codemap is one of the leading Job boards for No Code / Low Code and Automation projects. Sasa Janicijevic has done an excellent job bringing talent and talent seekers on one platform. If you are a Bubble developer I would definitely recommend signing up on this platform.
Heep is another team that does a lot to showcase No Code technologies and the experts on their platform. They are actively involved in making sure that each expert can showcase their portfolio in the best way possible.
While Upwork is not a job board specific to No Code, it does have a more extensive acceptance amongst companies looking for contractors. A quick search for No Code platforms like Airtable or Zapier will show a growing list of jobs across domains available to pitch for.
If searching and pitching for projects is not your thing, Fiverr makes it easy for you to put up a profile and have the clients find you. Create packages for the service you offer, put up your portfolio and share your profile with the world.
No Code communities and individual platform forums are an untapped resource for finding jobs. Sites like Slack, Reddit and Discord have groups dedicated to no code tools. At their core, these communities are people who are passionate about a product or platform, and they want to learn or talk about it. In addition to being excellent resources for learning, they can be a great platform for connecting with members that are hiring. Airtable forum has many opportunities for Airtable consulting projects. Join a few groups and ask around about available work! The answers you get will likely be varied, but just joining these communities is a great way to learn more about the industry.is one such community where you can find freelancing gigs and