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Are there similar websites to Microworkers?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by patcazza, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. patcazza

    patcazza Newbie

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    I've been having a bit of a squizz at a few sites like fiverr and microworkers but these don't seem like sustainable ways of making money, whether you are the buyer or seller.

    Are there websites that are silimar to Fiverr but the other way round? ie. There is a list of things that people need to get done, not the way they have it, which is a list of things people are willing to do.

    I need a website like Microworkers where I can outsource small and infrequent tasks but there only ever seems to be 80 jobs going at a time and it doesn't seem like the site is well and truly alive. I don't know if elance does stuff like this but if anyone knows any info or a site where you can outsource $0.10 type of tasks then I would be greatly appreciative.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. MatCarpenter

    MatCarpenter Registered Member

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    You'd actually be surprised at Microworkers. Majority of the users their (I use them on a daily basis) utilise the "invite users" and make all of their projects private. Give Microworkers another try and invite users to participate in your project - you'll get a good response.
     
  3. snoozebot

    snoozebot Regular Member

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    That's a feature I haven't used. Thanks for that.
     
  4. frappertank

    frappertank Junior Member

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    I'd like to know, too...they changed something on Microworkers so that I can no longer pay with my credit card.

    It's a shame, too...because up until recently, Microworkers was working pretty well for me :(
     
  5. steviep

    steviep Junior Member

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    ...have you ever tried oDesk? you can pay per hour or per agreed amount. I have seen there jobs from virtual assistant to backlink builder and hard core coding...
     
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    kaif0346 Power Member

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    you should try freelancer.com
    and minutworkers they just clones of microworkers...
     
  7. supernour09

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    i think the minuteworker is the best place to do this
     
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