This is my top 5. The order I've put is how I have more customers from the most to the few. 1. Upwork Upwork has over 1.5 million users. They can opt for long-term or short-term projects for both those at the start of the road and the experienced ones. So no matter what level you are in your career, the Upwork platform can find something for you. 2. Toptal Toptal is a platform with a different approach than the other platforms listed. This is dedicated to experienced users. 3. Freelancer The Freelancer Platform offers, besides millions of projects, a competitive environment in which freelancers can compete with each other to demonstrate their abilities. With good results, you can attract as many customers as possible. 4. Guru Guru is a free platform for both freelancers and companies. You create a profile where you specify your skills for employers to find you easier. You can also apply to the jobs in the category you are interested in. A strong point of Guru is the security of pay for freelancers. 5. Behance Behance is a platform for professionals who want to present their own work. The platform mentions that copyright and works will be safe. At the same time job offers are placed safe and companies can find the specialists they need.