Freelancing & BPO:

A freelancer is a self-employed person who offers services, often working on several jobs for multiple clients at one time. … Freelancers usually earn money on a per-job basis, charging hourly or daily rates for their work. Freelance work is usually short-term. And this work done by Freelancers is called “Freelancing”.

And a freelance job is one where a person works for themselves, rather than for a company. While freelancers do take on contract work for companies and organizations, they are ultimately self-employed. … Freelancers are not considered “employees” by the companies they work for, but rather “contractors.”

Business process outsourcing (BPO) is the practice of contracting a specific work process or processes to an external service provider. The services can include payroll, accounting, telemarketing, data recording, social media marketing, customer support, and more.

Back office BPO refers to a company contracting its core business operations such as accounting, payment processing, IT services, human resources, regulatory compliance, and quality assurance to outside professionals who ensure the business runs smoothly.

What is Marketplace: A freelance services marketplace is an online platform where businesses can find and hire individual contractors to do some work remotely. Websites like Upwork/others  are very popular among digital businesses. They act as an intermediary providing a safe and convenient way to contract remote experts for one-time projects. As a customer, you can use a platform to look for freelancers and agencies that deliver a wide range of services, such as design, marketing, copywriting, and software development.