Raket.PH is an upcoming marketplace for freelancers, connecting Filipino digital experts to businesses around the world.
Like other freelancing websites, Raket.PH boasts a 0% commission fee and is a promising platform that can redefine freelancing with its features, perks, and opportunities.
Raket, which roughly translates to ‘gig’ in English, is Filipino slang for a particular job or side hustle that lets one earn extra pay, and is the main idea of the website.
With the rise of work-from-home setups, more people are looking for additional online jobs and are considering doing part-time work they can handle on their flexible schedules.
For students, they can take on side jobs like virtual assistants, transcribers, online English tutors, and data entry while completing their academics for extra income.
Co-founded by Pinoy artist JK Labajo, Racket.PH is on a mission to make the ‘raket’ system more convenient for both the clients seeking talents or extra help for their projects and the Filipinos looking for an extra job.
So how does it work?
The platform allows you to claim a unique Raket.PH link and create your own webpage or ‘raketship’ featuring your profile, talents, and contact information.
Local and international clients across all digital industries and careers seek help from different kinds of professionals.
Racket.PH brings you different opportunities to work with digital industries, including independent marketers or digital agencies, studios, entrepreneurs, and e-commerce and creative companies.
Certainly, as a freelancer, you have the choice of whether to work for your clients in the short term or the long term, depending on the services you want to offer.
Do you think freelancing is for you?
You can join Raket.PH with no registration fee and take home 100% of your income. Before signing up, you just need to identify which skills and services you want to offer and prepare a resume and portfolio.
On a side note, all applications on the website are subject to review and approval, so you’ll receive either a rejection or acceptance email notification once you have submitted your requirements.