UpWork is a freelancing platform where businesses and independent professionals can connect and collaborate remotely. As an UpWork user, you can either be a client who posts projects and hires freelancers, or a freelancer who bids on projects.
To get started using UpWork, you’ll first need to create an account. Once you’ve done this, you can either post a project or search for freelancers to hire.
If you’re looking to hire someone, you’ll need to set up a payment method so that you can pay them for their work. Thankfully, UpWork makes this process easy and straightforward.
There are two ways to make payments on UpWork: through the site itself or through an outside payment processor. If you choose to pay through UpWork, you can do so using a credit or debit card, PayPal, or bank transfer.
Simply click on the “hire” button next to the freelancer’s profile and then select your preferred payment method. You’ll be prompted to enter your payment information and then can confirm the hire. The funds for the project will be released once the work is complete (or if you’ve agreed to release them earlier).
If you choose to use an outside payment processor, you’ll need to follow the instructions provided by your processor. Once the funds have been transferred, you’ll need to confirm the payment on UpWork so that the freelancer can be paid.
To do this, go to the “my jobs” tab and click on the project in question. Under the “more actions” drop-down menu, select “mark as paid.” You’ll then be able to enter the details of the payment and confirm it.
Paying freelancers on UpWork is easy whether you choose to do so through the site itself or through an outside payment processor. In either case, you’ll need to confirm the payment so that the freelancer gets paid for their work.