How does Workana work?

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Work as a Freelancer

Step 1:

Find projects that match your skills

Hundreds of new clients looking for freelancers post their projects on Workana every week.

  • Create your profile

    Describe your skills and experience.

  • Find projects to work on

    Browse through the available projects, assess their needs and send your proposals.

  • Boost your career

    Find new clients and engage them. Build strong long-term relationships with them.

Create your profile and start working

Step 2:

Send your proposal

Address the clients' needs. Give a short personal description about yourself. Talk about your experience and achievements briefly. Sell your skills relevant for the project.

  • Set your rate

    Decide the amount you wish to be paid for the project.

  • Sell your service

    Explain reasons you think you are a great choice for the project. Make the client pick you. It matters more than the rate!

Step 3:

Boost your Career

Workana allows you to earn an income in a safe and sustainable way. Workana gives you opportunities.

Work from home

All the projects posted are for remote working.

Chat and exchange files

Keep the client updated with the progress of your work.

Complete the job. Deliver and get feedback

Send the completed project and get paid.

Finally:

Get paid on time

Workana protects your work and saves you from the hassle of getting your clients to pay.

Payment protection

The client deposits the funds on Workana. Once you have completed the job, the funds are released to your account.

Multiple withdrawal methods

Wire transfer, Paypal, Payoneer and more.

Are you ready to boost your freelance career?

Start working remotely and independently today.
Create your profile and send proposals to projects. It’s free!
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Still have questions?

Workana is a platform that connects you with clients who need to hire freelancers from various areas to grow their businesses.
Create your profile, ensuring your experience and skills are clearly stated. Browse through the projects available and send your proposals for projects that best suit your expertise. As soon as a client picks you for his/her project, you can start work. Upon completion, if the client is satisfied with your work, Workana will release the payment to your account for withdrawal. Find more details here.
All sorts of clients, e.g. entrepreneurs simply developing a new business idea, early-stage startups, small and medium companies and large corporations. They can all benefit from working with freelancers like you.
After you sign up and complete your profile, browse through the available projects. Find projects that suit your skills and availability. Pick a project and submit your proposal. We strongly recommend you to include details on ways you would work on the project and share your experience.
There are two project formats, which you can choose from, to get hired by a client:
  • A fixed-price project - a budget is set for the whole project
  • Hourly project - payment is made by the hour, whereby you work recurrently for as many hours as needed
Workana protects your work. Once clients select you, they must make a security deposit. Workana holds that money while you do the work. When you deliver it and clients are satisfied, the funds are released to you and you get the payment.
Once the project is completed, the client releases the payment to you. The funds go to your Workana account. You can then withdraw the funds via a wire transfer, Mercado pago, PayPal or Payoneer.
Yes, Workana encourages clients to have long-term relationships with freelancers. In addition, thousands of new projects are published per day to which you can submit bids.
Registering with Workana, viewing projects, submitting bids and chatting with clients is free. However, if there is a hire you will have to pay a "service cost" that varies according to your history with each client. You can learn more about this topic here.
Use our Workana App for Android to stay in touch with the client. For more information and download, visit Google Play.