If you consider yourself a WordPress freelancer or at least have good enough hacking skills to do some paid work with WordPress, you may be wondering what the best ways are to find work?  

Over at the Planet Ozh blog, Ozh recently gave some great tips on how to find WordPress work.   The first tip?  Subscribe to the WP-Pro mailing list, where job offers are regularly available.   These jobs can range from theme design, coding help, or even basics like installing WordPress. 

Other places he mentions to look:

Your other option is of course to do some work up front and then charge for it, which is how premium theme authors and premium plugin authors make their money.   This way people come to you and they know what they are getting ahead of time. 

Any other good places to find WordPress work?

Kyle Eslick is WordPress enthusiast who took his passion for WordPress to the next level in 2007 by launching WPHacks.com as a place to share hacks, tutorials, etc. Follow Kyle on Twitter @KyleEslick!

  1. Michael Castilla says:

    WordPressJob is an interesting site! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Here’s a list of places I collected a while back http://wpcandy.com/looking-for-wordpress-jobs/

  2. Kyle Eslick says:

    @ Michael – Great post! I think these lists will continue to gain value as more people make the permanent switch to WordPress.

  3. Laurence says:

    Hey thats awesome, I have been looking around for the last couple days for sites for exactly this.

    Thanks!

  4. Curtis says:

    Good timing, I’ve been looking for more WordPress clients and this is going to help a lot.

  5. Thanat says:

    which ??? plugin is the best? I look at many website but it’s very simple plugin.
    I prefer wordpress.

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