Workalike - Freelancer Hiring Tool

Workalike is a website that connects freelancers and clients! You can work with like-minded individuals with similar working styles to make your project the most successful it can be.

Discover fresh talent, using our proven systems of matching clients and freelancers through our various personality screenings and selection processes, we will match you with your perfect professional partner.

Finding someone that you work well with is a challenge. We make it easy.

Just answer a few simple questions and you will be on your way to finding a meaningful working relationship with the client or freelancer of your dreams.

Employers: Looking for your perfect working match? All you need to do is sign up for an account and take our personality quiz. Once you do that, you’ll see several freelancers that match your project needs and quiz results. Your quiz will determine what type of freelancer will work best with you based on your personality and needs!

Freelancers: All you need to do is sign up for an account, put your portfolio information in and take the quiz. Then be prepared to be matched with clients based on your strength and personality!

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    Thanks for sharing! :)

    Where is the URL link for me to visit the site?

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      Hey @solopreneur71 no problem!

      link: https://workalike.live/

      lets us know what you think :)

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        so was wondering whether you would like some help with that?

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        thanks for sharing the link, just visited it.

        the layout is good, but noticed that it doesn't have much content at the moment.

        and it also doesn't have other important content such as "About Us", "FAQs" etc.

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