By freelancing on Loom, you are now opening up your future to new possibilities that were previously impossible. When you use Loom to find freelance work, you benefit in five key ways:
Curated project recommendations
No need to spend time searching around for projects to work on. We send you a curated email with active Loom projects that matches your skills, location and experience. Keep your Loom profile up to date and let the work find you.
Focus on building impactful products.
Loom is all about building quality products and bringing ideas to life. While other networks may focus on the web’s “grunt work”, we value passionate visionaries and entrepreneurs as well as top-tier builders. Leave the grunt work to the other guys - you should be building solutions to real world problems, and getting compensated appropriately along the way.
Easy invoicing. Secure payouts.
After you are hired for a Loom project, easily build and send invoices directly from your Loom dashboard. Your employer will make payments to your connected Stripe account through the secure Loom payment system so you get paid quickly and painlessly.
We keep our fees low, so you keep more of the money you earn.
We only get paid when you get paid. Loom deducts a 8% fee from payments made to you through Loom's secure payment system. You keep the rest.
Build a portfolio of work investments for yourself.
The truth is, most startups aren’t successful. However, some startups are very successful. On Loom, you can build a portfolio of equity for yourself in many different startups to increase the likelihood that you will have a stake in one of the world’s next big companies. Statistically, if you were to only work for equity on one project, your likelihood of that paying off big for you might be slim. However, if you were to have a stake in ten different companies, your statistical likelihood of having a large payoff from one of those companies is significantly increased.
Note: The Loom service fee does not include any additional service fees or currency conversion fees charged to a contractor by Stripe when transferring funds into their bank account.