What would you do for just $5? That’s the question you have to ask yourself if you want to be a seller on Fiverr. Fiverr is an online marketplace where people from across the globe offer tasks and services (gigs) to the potential customer starting at $5. Fiverr takes 20% of every sale made.
So besides Fiverr what else is out there? There are other sites popping up that are in that $5 range and others that have different price points and structure. Here are the top sites:
Yolancer; if your skills lie in providing backlinks, SEO service, link building, and guest post and so on then this is probably the best site for you. Many buyers visit this site to buy backlinks. It has fewer sellers which mean less competition and many other interesting benefits. Registration is utterly free. You can visit yolancer.com to register now and set-up your selling gigs but always offer value and follow through and you too can be successful in this arena.
Fourerr; Fourerr is quite similar to Fiverr in both the structure and services rendered. But, as the name suggests, gigs start at $4. For various small amounts, sellers can add gig extras, and there is a rating system as well. The only real reason to try out Fourerr is that it is a pretty popular platform. So, if the goal is to expand your reach, this is the only one of the Fiverr clones that may be worth checking out.
Zeerk; the best part about Zeerk is that sellers can charge anywhere from $3 to $200 per gig. There are no commission and no fees. Sellers get paid via PayPal and Alertpay/Payza directly by the buyer.
GigBucks; the biggest selling point GigBucks has over Fiverr is that gigs can be priced between the ranges of $5 to $50. Sellers also have the option of getting paid through credit cards and Payza. Like Fiverr, joining is free, and you can post as many gigs as you want.
Seoclerks; this is a large and busy platform for all things related to Internet Marketing and SEO. This is a great Fiverr alternative if you are looking to buy or sell in this niche, and it may be a better option for you than Fiverr. Not only does the site get a ton of traffic, it allows the widest range of money you can ask for your gigs, from $1 to $999. Payments are made through Payee, PayPal, and Alertpay/Payza.
Taskarmy; this site may not be as popular as some of the other freelance sites, but they try to avoid the bidding wars and poor work quality that is so common on Fiverr and its alternatives. All sellers are manually screened and approved before they are listed and they are encouraged to list competitive, but more realistic prices for their services. There is a certain sense of order and professionalism on this site, and it’s definitely worth checking out for both buyers and sellers.