Using a freelancer can seem like a great option (no, your nephew in high school coding class doesn’t count). With a freelancer, you’ll get one-on-one support and you’re not required to do any of the heavy lifting. But you’re also taking a bit of a risk by putting your trust in a single person. Here’s what we’ve found:
WHAT IT MEANS
If there’s only one thing you take away from our experience with freelancers it’s this: Buyer beware. If you choose this option, do a lot of research to make sure you’re using someone trustworthy. Ready to keep exploring other options? Check out our take on DIY or do-it-for-me solutions.