redditors for hire

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Do NOT include any personal info in posts or comments.

No emails, telephone numbers, Skype, etc in posts or comments. Please trade info via PM.

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Business to Business Postings: Posting as an Agency? Have a larger project? Head over to /r/b2bforhire to hire an agency, or find clients for your business if you are an agency or established business. Businesses looking to hire an employee or freelancer should post here on /r/forhire.

>General rules (breaking any of them is a bannable offence):

  • Do not post more than once per 7 days unless your ad is for a different position

  • Do not include any personal info in posts or comments. Interested parties will PM you, please share all private details like emails and phone numbers over PM

  • Pay in currency, not in equity or barter
    More Info

  • No offering/requesting free work

  • No bounties/competitions/speculative work. See here

  • Low quality posts will be removed

  • Nothing illegal in the US, even if you're not in the US, reddit is bound by US laws.
    If you think it might be illegal, assume it is. If you're not sure, feel free to message the mods

  • Do not include any EEOC protected statuses

  • Adult oriented/NSFW jobs should be posted in /r/NSFWforhire, see 1 and 2

  • No URL shorteners, they're insta-spammed

  • 'PM'd' and 'PM sent' type comments are unnecessary and will be removed

  • Paid and unpaid internships go here

  • [Freelance jobs] Type prospective employee/employer names into the search box above to find reviews, also search in /r/testimonials

>Hire a Redditor

If you're Hiring:

  • Preface with [Hiring] (click green button above)

  • Put basics in the title. What's the job? Where is it located? etc.

  • Be specific. Include a job description, requirements etc. in the top text. You may provide a link to a job description, but provide enough details in the post to understand the gist of what you're looking for.

  • No asking students to blog about your company (buying "backlinks") on a .edu domain, it doesn't work

  • Try cross-posting to a local forhire subreddit too

  • Do not discriminate against any EEOC protected statuses

  • [One time projects] consider listing a budget (more info)

  • No academic dishonesty (e.g. requests for papers to be written on your behalf), hit report if you see one

  • [Freelance jobs] Consider using an escrow service to store payment until project completion

  • No [Hiring] posts about buying comments/likes/etc. on youtube or similar social sites

>Get Hired

If you want to be hired:

  • Preface with [For Hire] (click green button above)

  • Put basics in the title. What do you do? Where can you do it? etc.

  • Be specific. Include a portfolio or resume (or a link to one) in the top text

  • Do not use personal stories as a leverage to get hired

  • This is a job board, not a billboard. Please post accordingly.

  • No B2B. The intent of the subreddit is connecting freelancers to gigs, not companies to clients

  • No "pay what you want" posts.


  • Much of the communication happens via pm, so don't be discouraged if you don't see a lot of public commenting

  • Click 'flair' by your link to update things

  • How to protect yourself when working as or hiring a freelancer

  • Designers, check out /r/designjobs

  • You might be interested in /r/jobs, /r/freelance, /r/resumes, /r/remotejs, /r/internships or /r/hireawriter. If you like virtual currency, try /r/jobs4bitcoins or /r/jobs4dogecoins. There's also /r/jobs4crypto.

  • We will not sticky your post, even for cash

  • The mods will absolutely not facilitate any communication or resolve disputes

  • Last meta post discussing rules was here

  • Freelancers asking for payment in gift cards is often a warning sign. Stick to the rules and only deal with currency transactions.


See: /r/testimonials

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