We did the study...

For all categories, the most active freelancers, i.e. the most solicited and who have done the most missions, are the most expensive, for example:

  • For developers: the top 25% of the most active freelancers have a rate/day 45% more expensive than the average
  • For graphic designers, the top 25% of the most active have a daily rate 30% more expensive than the average
  • For marketing & communication consultants, the top 25% of the most active have a daily rate 70% higher than the average

Malt was created to be an answer to the reverse mode platforms (call for tenders, job board, or worse competitions) which only attract bad profiles (and/or offshore), and therefore also bad clients

The clients we want to attract to the Malt community are SMEs or Corporates who are looking for skills and talents, rather than price. The others will leave or be moderated at the time of registration

The more missions you do on Malt, the more reputation and visibility you get, and the more you can increase your prices. The best contributors on the platform are also the ones who sell the best.