And there are tons of them, many offering the ability to sell your gigs for more than $5 (some allow $10, $15, $25 gigs, etc).
I analyzed the Fiverr clones and I found out that they all have two serious problems in common:
1. They don't get as much traffic as Fiverr does. Not nearly as much.
This of course means less sales for you (if you are selling 300 gigs per month on Fiverr, you'd be selling like 3 gigs on the alternatives - talk about a waste of time creating accounts and posting gigs).
The best selling gigs on most of them have only 25-30 sales - business is not exactly flourishing there.
2. In reality, you can't sell anything for more than $5 on the clone sites.
While most Fiverr clones offer the ability to sell your gigs for more than $5... the $10, $15 and $25 gigs just don't sell.
The best selling gigs on the clones are always $5 gigs.
So, what is the point to use one of the clone sites, when you will have to sell your stuff at $5 again, like on bad old Fiverr?
My question is: are there any Fiverr alternatives / clones, that offer the ability to sell your gigs for more than $5 and actually work? (meaning that you can have more than 100 sales per month, like on Fiverr)