If you are a blogger or freelancer, you can find quick jobs and make money on efaah:
(Sponsored post, writing gigs, graphics design, translation, SEO, etc)
There are two options:
1 – Apply for jobs without creating an account:
Some companies/advertisers have a job application system on their websites. They may simply ask you to follow instructions on their site to apply.
In that case, you don’t need an efaah job account.
2 – Create your account before apply for jobs
If you do not see instructions to go an external url to apply for jobs, it means you will have to create a free account on efaah.com to submit an application.
It’s recommended you properly complete your profile for a chance to be given the job.
Job types On efaah
There are basically four types of jobs you can pick here in different categories. These are:
- Freelance jobs
- Full-time jobs
- Part-time jobs
Many Freelance jobs can be done anywhere in the world. In any case, you have to negotiate with your prospective employer on terms of work and payment.
Job Categories on efaah
Categories are types of jobs further broken down. At the moment, we are going with 5 different categories which are:
- Blog / Article Writing
- Editing / Proofreading
- Graphics Design
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Sponsored Post
Of course we have the Miscellaneous category for everything else that doesn’t fit into the 5
The job board is flexible with tools to help you interact seamlessly with your job applications and companies/advertisers:
My Resume: This is where you tell companies why they should pick you for the job. I recommend going through the page and field the form properly
My Applications: This is a list of offers you have applied for. Access them for further communication with the employer/advertiser.
My Bookmarks: These are jobs you have shortlisted
My Alerts: This is one of the very exciting features of efaah jobs. Create alerts based on Job Types, Categories and keywords and the system gets to work. You have the choice to be sent the alert weekly or daily.
These are basically the areas we have activated for now. We are not charging bloggers/freelancers or call them candidates.
How do you get paid?
Negotiating prices is purely between you and your employer or advertiser. We do not encourage publishing price on the platform.
We don’t process payment. If you pick up a sponsored post job, kindly go ahead and settle terms of payment with the advertiser.