FreelanceEngine – A Premium Freelance Marketplace WordPress Theme
FreelanceEngine is a WordPress theme which helps you to create your own freelance marketplace. Users then can use this site to find their suitable working partners:
- Employers can post Jobs and find the suitable freelancer to work their Jobs.
- Freelancers can find their jobs.
In FreelanceEngine, user can act 2 roles as an employer or a freelancer.
- As an employer, you can easily login to the site and immediately start posting your Job. Once your Job is displayed, you can search for the suitable freelancer and invite them to bid your Job.
- As a freelancer, you can provide your detailed information and find out the potential Jobs.
Here’s the main workflow of the FreelanceEngine:
1. Post a Job
- An employer can be able to post Jobs after login or signup on the site.
- There are two kinds of Job submission: submit for free or paid to submit a Job.
2. Bid a Job
- Freelancers can find different Jobs on the main page and start bidding to join the interested Job by the “Apply” button.
- Besides, employers can also invite the freelancers first via their profiles as well. After that, the freelancers can take a look at the Job details and decide to bid it or not.
3. Accept a Bid
- Employer will review this bid in the Job detail page and decide to accept or ignore this bid.
- When employer chooses the most suitable freelancer to work his Job, he clicks the “Accept” button on the bid list.
4. Open the Workspace
- Once a bid acceptance, both employer and freelancer can open the workspace to have further discussion regarding the Job.
- In this page, they can send a private message to each other and offer attached files as well.
5. Complete the Job
- Employer will review this Job when the freelancer finishes.
- If the employer is satisfied with this Job, he clicks the “Finish” button and writes a review for the freelancer.
- This Job is now considered as Completed, the freelancer will press “Review & Complete” button to review and rate back for the employer.
- If the employer isn’t happy with the freelancer’s performance after reviewing the Job, he can hit the “Close” button to send a dispute to the admin.