Hello Marketing Freelancers & Consultants!
We have businesses looking for you, or at least they’re looking for someone like you. If you offer freelance or consulting services in any sales or marketing discipline please read on.
There’s no time like the present to expand your online presence with a free listing on Fundippity. Fundippity is a resource for businesses looking for marketing solutions. We’re talking every solution imaginable from A to Z. Businesses usually visit Fundippity looking for marketing tools and software solutions, however they also ask us if we can refer them to any experts in the particular marketing discipline they need help with. So to answer their call, we are creating the Fundippity Marketplace. A place where businesses can find expert U.S. and Canadian based freelance help when they need it.
Often times, freelancers and consultants will need an extra hand completing a project or they may need some expert help on something related to the project they are working on. For example, a graphic designer might be working on a job that requires some assistance with coding, or a Hubspot consultant working on a project may need some assistance with Salesforce integration, etc. The Fundippity Marketplace encourages peer to peer reach out referrals.
See below for a list of some of the marketing disciplines and specialties we’re looking to help promote.
If this all sounds good and you are great at your marketing specialty, just complete our contact form and tell us more about your freelance or consulting services. In order to be listed on Fundippity, you need to be based in the U.S. or Canada and you will need to have a LinkedIn profile that we can check out. We do not charge you to be listed nor do we take a portion of your payment from any job referrals you may get.
We will be featuring freelancers and consultants by individual marketing discipline with random display, so everyone has a chance to be listed at the top of the page. Please note that we do not list hourly rates as many projects are bid out by job. We also do not want to attract businesses that are only looking for the cheapest possible option vs. quality. Nor do we want to encourage cut-rate freelancers to participate.