Discussion in 'Making Money' started by delnabo, Dec 24, 2010.
What's the best gig site after FIVERR?
there is not really? gigabux I suppose but its not even a close second
nothing all clones suck
search "simmilar feverr website" on google , but feverr it's the best anyway
no offense buddy and i see you can use google, but you definitely need to improve your English language skills
answering to OP:
as it was already said here before quite a few times: no clone can come anywhere near fiverr, but if you ask for the closest then it's gigbucks at least in my experience (i got the second "biggest" amount of order there until now)
20 orders on fiverr : 1 order on gigbucks : 0,20 order on zeerk
Why in the world would you want another!
If you have something worth over $5 just ask the buyers to buy the gig twice
Yeah I really like using fiverr all the other clones are subpar compared to it really.
What you need to do is, take a gig on fiverr and then add your own creative touch to it. That's the thing to fiverr... you need to be creative and those are the gigs that make the most money. Also, you have to offer MORE than what other people are offering. If someone is willing to write a 10 page essay, than you need to write 20.
gigsuck was promising, but it sucks
Move to MultiTaskr. The best alternative IMHO.
Fiverr seems to be the best gig site out there hands down. The problem with fiverr is that it has become so over saturated with jobs it's hard to get a sale unless you feature it. Also, there are many other sites that charge less commission and have other benefits compared to fiverr. The competition is fierce, you have to really make your gig stand out by offering a better deal and better quality work then the others on fiverr. I think it's best to not exclusively use fiverr but take other gig sites in to consideration. Post your gig on several different sites, that will increase your odds of getting a sale. There are other gig sites that cater to specific gigs like, seo, link building, etc. Those are great for offering your services if your gigs fit, since it caters to a specific type of gig. Those type of gig sites are more targeted towards certain buyers, maybe more so then fiverr.
Take jobromp for instance, it's new but I see that they are promoting it aggressively. Each gig is promoted on their twitter page, facebook page which has over 3,000 real fans and they digg it. They are offering a free featured gig for 2 weeks if you sign up and post a gig. They also have a raffle for every week but you must enter the raffle to win. Only 15% commission, no limit to withdraw, and only a 3 day waiting period. Those are some perks that larger sites don't offer.
I think fiverr has enough potential for the right sellers who know how to present their services and products. There is no need of other site then.
Yepp, totally agree...there's nothing coming close to Fiverr as of now. I'm only using Fiverr as a buyer, just because it's the only place I can find some offers to choose from, and it feels "alive". There are tons of copies out there though, I think a simple Google search will help you find what you need.!
beware mycheapjobs tenbox and goffer is 100% scam
Has anyone tried seoclerks?
There are tons of other sites out there but in my opinion they are all pretty much the same... I don't feel like any of them are any better than the other so I end up just sticking with fiverr
Here is a new site that has just launched giglistr dot com
Why would you want to go anywhere but fiverr?
Because competition is healthy for any site regardless of how big they are.
When a site becomes to big and a seller posts adverts, how difficult is it to get these new adverts seen?
With clone sites OK they may not be so busy but at least a sellers advert or job listing can be found.
Another advantage is that a clone site like giglistr dot com can accept adverts of micro jobs or major jobs from $1 to $100. Many sellers are skilled in a particular area, and sometimes charging only $5 for a skill is under-valuing themselves. At least at a site like this they will be able to advertise jobs for a more realistic figure.
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