Reddit is an amazing online community with valuable resources, where people can exchange views on any issue, find help, seek advice, have fun, find work and pretty much anything you can think of.

Reddit differs from other websites; it is controlled and moderated by its users. There isn’t a dedicated group of moderators or other staff. It is a community created by users for users.

Reddit is an extraordinarily helpful tool for any aspiring entrepreneur and freelancer out there.

Except for the fact that you can extract invaluable information and knowledge, there are tons of job opportunities as well as partnership offers.

Whether you are starting out as a freelancer and want to gather work experience to build your portfolio, or you are an experienced professional, you can find work and make connections in your field of work.

Furthermore, you can improve your knowledge in pretty much any academic or business field.

I have listed some of the most helpful communities on Reddit for any entrepreneur or freelancer.

 

 

/r/entrepreneur

This community is for giving & receiving advice on all aspects of Entrepreneurship. Sharing experiences, resources, hints & tips and everything that comes with the trials of going out on your own. Help and encourage each other, it’s hard enough out there!

Personally, I have found myself navigating and reading posts in this subreddit for hours. I have stumbled upon some great and inspiring case studies which you can find here: Wet Shave Club | From a 4K Site Purchase to 100,000$ in Revenue in Less than 6 Months and here: The Success Story of Candy Japan | 10.000$ Monthly Recurring Revenue

 

 

/r/Jobbit

This subreddit is an excellent job board. On the one hand, we have Redditors who require a project or job done, and on the other hand, we have Redditors who may post an ad with the “For Hire” flair in order to get noticed and contacted by employers.

 

 

/r/freelance

this subreddit contains articles of interest for freelancers and people who want to try the freelancing life.

If you are thinking of starting your career as a freelancer, this is the best place to kick it off and ask for information.

You can find tons of information regarding the legal issues, restrictions, being a digital nomad, things to look out for, past experiences of other freelancers, what to do and what not to do and of course posts on how to start and how much to charge.

 

 

/r/resumes

here you can find help on how to make your resume, ask for feedback on how to improve it, know what to include and what to dismiss and download professional templates.

 

/r/startups

This community for all backgrounds, levels of expertise, and business experience. /r/startups is a forum of entrepreneurs working towards unbiased and anonymous feedback, advice, ideas, and discussion.

If you are thinking of founding your own startup, have a great idea or even if you own a struggling startup this is the best place to join discussions, seek advice and look for resources and other helpful information.

 

/r/teamitup

“None of us is as smart as all of us.” is the motto of this subreddit. This is a subreddit for redditors who are interested in making a team or finding a group of like-minded individuals to accomplish great goals. This very subreddit could be the launchpad for the next big thing!

 

/r/forhire

In this subreddit you can either post a job or look for work. There are opportunities for pretty much any field: marketing, seo, design, web development, app development, programming, business consulting, writing, content creation, and many, many more – you name it!

It’s a great place to find work if you are starting out or if you are looking for more advanced projects.

 

/r/jobs

/r/jobs is where you can find posts about “How to get work and how to leave it. Employment, recruitment, résumés, CVs, interviews.

It’s more of an informational and educational forum rather than a job market place.

 

/r/b2bforhire

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.

 

/r/business

/r/business brings you the best of your business section. From tips for running a business, to pitfalls to avoid, teaches you the smart moves and helps you dodge the foolish.

 

/r/businesshub

This subreddit serves as a central reference point for Business, Economics and Finance related sub-reddit. Gathers together the insightful analytical articles and longer reads from the Business, Economics and Finance Sub-Reddits.

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