Fiverr, if you aren’t familiar, is an online marketplace where you can offer your services to anyone for just $5. And when I say services, I mean almost anything. You can get paid to write, do graphic design, make videos, translate, edit, social media shares, the sky is the limit. But for newbies, instant success with Fiverr isn’t all that common. For one thing, it can be pretty hard to get your listed gigs seen and purchased
The people at Fourerr asked that I take a look at their website and share some information about them for you here. If you are looking for an alternative to Fiverr or simply trying to spread your services around among other similar sites, this one has been around for over three years (started in 2011). I know a lot of these kinds of sites are sort of “here today, gone tomorrow” but this one has stuck around so far and seems to be pretty active. They are owned by IT Enterprise, LTD., and UK-based company.
Fiverr is an extremely popular micro-gig site. Thousands of people have created regular income for themselves by using Fiverr as a platform for offering their services. The idea behind Fiverr is very simple — what will you do for five dollars? Offer that on their site and let someone pay you to get it done. The catch of course is that you don’t really get five dollars for the services you offer since Fiverr does take a cut of your earnings.
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 28, 2014Task Army is a website sort of like Fiverr where you can sign up as a freelancer and sell your services. I’m seeing all sorts of services offered here, including things for logo design, building websites, writing articles, and more. Unlike Fiverr, you can charge whatever you want. A lot […]
Last Updated: Saturday, July 25, 2015Fiverr is super popular right now — so much so that it has spawned countless clone sites, a few of which I have talked about here. But I’ve never actually reviewed Fiverr itself, so here is a quick rundown: What is Fiverr? Fiverr is something that many people refer to […]