Microjob sites are hot right now, regardless of if you are a buyer or a seller. You may be looking to outsource a few small tasks. Perhaps you are looking to earn a few bucks performing those small, quick tasks. Fiverr isn’t your only option. Here are 14 sites like Fiverr.
Gigme5.com is almost identical to Fiverr. Gigs are all priced for $5, and you will find similar categories being bought and sold.
Justafive.com has misleading name. Though gigs can be priced at $5, you can also buy or sell gigs for $10 or $20. This may be a good place for those tasks that are worth more than $5.
Tenrr.com charges no fees for their service. Instead they consider this site a meeting place for buyers and sellers. You are free to exchange contact information which is prohibited on some sites. You can price your gigs from $1 to $10.
Tenyt.com offers similar categories to Fiverr, but everything is priced at $10. You can withdraw funds once your account hits $40. Tenyt’s cut is $1.
Fora20.com allows you to buy and sell tasks from $5 up to $20. I see a lot of gigs listed similar to those on Fiverr, but I don’t see any with ratings. There may not be much action over here.
Gigbucks.com allows you to post or hire gigs ranging from $5 to $25. I do see open requests on this site. There is no minimum amount for withdrawal, and Gigbucks takes 2% of the transaction amount.
Fittytown.com is the town where everything is $50. Open requests is a good sign. There are some very interesting listings over here. Fittytown does take 15%, so your $50 gig is really $42.50. But, that 15% includes PayPal fees.
Zeerk.com allows you to sell and get paid on the same day. No waiting period. Gigs are priced anywhere from $2 to $100. Zeerk takes no commission on $2 and $5 gigs. There are some very interesting categories over here.
Tenbux.com gigs are priced at $5 and $10. It doesn’t look like there is much activity over there at this time.
Myntmarket.com is a Spanish site and focuses primarily on social marketing gigs.
Dollar3.com gigs are priced at “$5, $3, $6, $9, $12, $15 and $27.” There are a few unique categories here, such as Recipes & Cooking.
Jobsfor10.com is a marketplace of “quality services for small businesses” for $10. They do take 20% of your transaction, but that is about the norm. Though the site infers $10 gigs, I do see listing for $5 and $20 here also.
Outsourcerr.com appears to have stuck with the $5 gigs. There are quite a few additional categories here, though the majority seem to be related to online marketing, design, writing, etc. I don’t see their fees openly stated before registering, but I would assume they are inline with the industry standards.
Earner.net offers a variety of ways to get things done or earn some money. There is a marketplace for things like website templates or ebooks. There is a service section where you can offer your services in a number of different categories for $5 to $400. There are also design contests on this site. Earner’s fee ranges from 10% to 20% depending on in which section of the site the money was earned.
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Fivers World – This is one of my personal favorites as they have an Instant Access feature. If you frequently sell ready-made gigs (eBooks, PLR, etc.) this one is for you.
Check out this post for even more places to find freelance work.