Easy Freelance Jobs for Beginners

If you’re just getting started as a Freelancer then today I’ll share 12 Easy Freelance Jobs for Beginners and there is ‘No Experience’ needed.

Yes, that’s right, you can easily learn what you need as you go. And Fiverr is the best place to get started as a new Freelancer as they sell a Freelance gig every 5 secs.

And sure there is plenty of competition but it’s also where the buyers are.

So let’s get started. (Or you can scroll to the bottom to watch the video)

12 Easy Freelance Jobs for Beginners

1. Social Media Management

Essentially in this Freelance Job you’ll be acting as an extra pair of hands across social media so the buyer can concentrate on the work they do best. Of course, it’ll help to know your way around social media platforms too.

Go to Social Media Management Jobs


2. Instagram Shoutouts

If you already have a strong Instagram following, you can easily earn extra money buy liking and reposting peoples Instagram content. Yes, people will pay for the exposure your account can give. And the money followers you have the more you can charge.

Go to Instagram Shoutout Jobs


3. Holding a Message

This one of the simplest Freelance Jobs I’ve ever seen. Who would’ve thought you’d be able to make money holding a sign with someone else’s logo of message?

Yes it’s a real thing and people will pay you if you can provide an interesting way or location to hold the sign.

Go to Holding a Sign Jobs


4. Blog Comments

While blogs continue to be a thing on the Internet, people will continue to find ways to create a conversation on them. But it always takes a few people to get this conversation started.

[Insert the easy Blog Comments Freelance Job.]

So next time you have a few spare minutes and are happy to read and comment on blog posts consider starting your Freelance Career contributing to the conversation.

Go to Blog Comments Jobs


5. Voice Over Artist

Now although this Fiverr Gig doesn’t really require much skill, it does require a decent microphone. But once you’re done recording messages you can easily edit them using some free software called Audacity.

If you’re not a professional voice over artist, then pitch yourself as a natural speaking customer reference type of gig.

Go to Voice Over Artist Jobs


6. Virtual Assistant

Let’s face it, people never have enough time to complete the work they planned to do. So being that extra pair of hands is pretty easy work for a freelancer. It is a competitive industry though so pitch your gig idea with a little edge.

Perhaps you speak multiple languages or are prepared to work around the clock.

Go to Virtual Assistant Jobs


7. Proofreading

Trying to find mistakes in writing is really hard if you’ve just written the words yourself. As it’s likely you’ll skip over the same mistakes over and over again. So provide an extra pair of eyes, for a content creator and if your grammar isn’t that great either, then use an app like Grammarly to fix those obvious mistakes.

Go to Proofreading Jobs


8. Translations

Having a second language can be really handy as a freelancer, and is great for earning a little extra money on the side translating audio or written words.

And best of all, you can do these types of gigs in your spare time. Of course, delivering the job faster can often attract a premium reward.

Go to Translation Jobs


9. Transcribing Audio

Turning audio into words is actually a lot easier than you think. as you can purchase a solid product like Dragon Naturally Speaking to do all the heavy lifting for you.

Another little cheat for this job, is to upload the audio in YouTube as their audio translations are actually quite good now.

Of course, you could always take your time and transcribe the words yourself.

Go to Transcribing Audio Jobs


10. Blog Writing

One of my favorite freelance gigs although it’s become a lot cheaper to act as a middle man and get someone else to do the work for you. Check out the video below to see how you can use arbitrage to make money without having to actually do the work.

You’ll be amazed how easy it is.

Go to Blog Writing Jobs


11. WordPress Support

I know this doesn’t sound like a Freelance Job for Beginners, but if you a little about WordPress it’s likely you already know more than most. And considering there are millions of WordPress blog owners online, your target market is actually quite good.

Just grab a few free WordPress courses to brush up on your skills before you ask for work.

Go to WordPress Support Jobs


12. Infographics

Our final easy freelance job is creating Infographics. But don’t worry if you know nothing about this as there is a few Infographic Template sites available online. I use Canva.com and watch the video to learn about an even more comprehensive software application you can use to create Infographics.

And remember the customer usually supplies the data, so you just need to plug in into a template for them.

Go to Infographics Jobs


Here’s a more detailed video showing you 12 Easy Freelance Jobs for Beginners.



So as you can see, there are a variety of Easy Freelance Jobs for Beginners if you know where to look.

Start your freelancing career today as it’s a great way to make a little extra money on the side.