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locate alternative websites that can
Just stated, micro occupation websites are "Fast Freelance Job Boards" where freelancers
(sellers) offer many different services and buyers come store and purchase these services - as
simple as that.
The first and most well-known micro job website is Fiverr found in 2010. It's a site where you offer
a gig (service) for $5 and a buyer just buys it for $5. This thought was so popular that's was
featured in websites, news programs, and big name magazines.
The bad news: There are astronomically zillions of sellers in rivalry on Fiverr and becoming
noticed there is nearly infeasible. You might wind up too obscure to be discovered by a buyer,
even if you strive to be unique to stand out. A painful, nearly impossible balancing act.
The great news: Due to the ingeniousness of this facile notion, there are hundreds of micro job
websites that followed, and they're improving upon the original thought of Fiverr by offering more
variety and choices to give a better opportunity to make money to freelancers.
Here are a couple of reasons why you should use other micro job websites besides Fiverr:
More Gig Pricing Flexibility
There are stores in L.A. called $1 Shops, $5 Shops, $10 Stores, and even $5/$10/$20 Stores with
bins inside you pick your price. They can be easy and quick. No having to look at each price on
products. Same theory goes with job websites that are micro. You can do something similar with
your gigabyte - decide your website(s) or site(s)/bin(s) for desired pricing, add your Gigabyte, and
you are done. Buyers come to the price they're willing to pay and... instant bull's-eye.
Better Terms for Sellers
One dollar goes to Fiverr - that's 20%!
Other micro occupation sites offer choices to the fixed $1 seller fee that are based on percent of
the deal of Fiverr and are lower than 20%. There are even some that say if you register with them
and click on a button to add blog links, Twitter, or Facebook, you pay no fees ever as long as the
links are live. Others offer a clearance interval that is considerably shorter, there are even sites
with istant payment.
So check out the numerous essences of seller terms and decide the one, or many, that work for
you - comparable to cell phone plans. And farther will come as these sites get more creative.
Better Chances to Prosper for Sellers
Your chances of getting noticed increase, if you offer your position on many micro job sites. Even
if your service is offered elsewhere for a lower cost, a buyer may not have found that lower price
and endings with an one-stop to you; there are simply too many show sites out there now it is just
not doable for a buyer to shop them all.
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