Sites like fiverr or odesk

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I'm looking for an expanded list of options.

What sites have you done business with that sell individual gigs like fiverr or odesk? Or in other words where do you pick up your outsources that do a good job?
#fiverr #odesk #sites
  • Profile picture of the author Lokahi
    I highly suggest that you try SEOclerks. This is an excellent site and you can find some good gigs on there and post your own as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author webproishere
      Originally Posted by Lokahi View Post

      I highly suggest that you try SEOclerks. This is an excellent site and you can find some good gigs on there and post your own as well.
      You beat me to it
      Microjoboffers.com was doing great for me but it's offline for now (script problems)
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  • Profile picture of the author Lokahi
    SEOClerks is a excellent site for what you need as people have already suggested but if you don't know SEO obviously don't start using it as that's the main reason it was created, id recommend Fiverr considering you can do what you like on it from Hosting to Dancing people will buy pretty much everything.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Another option is to start looking at been on your own. The owners of those freelance sites are not better than you or have opportunity than yourself.

    For the fact that they call the shot that leaves you at their mercy.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnmags
    Another site like Fiverr is peope-per-hour/hourlies
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  • Profile picture of the author Elvis Michael
    As others have suggested, SEOClerks and MyCheapJobs are pretty awesome and the gigs are pretty varied. I recently wrote a simple list of top Fiverr alternatives for 2013. Feel free to take a look:

    List of Top Fiverr Alternatives
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    • Profile picture of the author ZenergyInvestor
      If you are looking for writing services, I have had good results with iwriter.com.
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  • Profile picture of the author tritrain
    buyandsellgigs.com will be opening soon. It's geared toward internet marketers and webmasters.
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  • Profile picture of the author Malcolm Thomas
    seo clerks as well as my cheap jobs are great alternative websites to fiverr
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  • Profile picture of the author SuperKristen
    Originally Posted by dgiles63 View Post

    I'm looking for an expanded list of options.

    What sites have you done business with that sell individual gigs like fiverr or odesk? Or in other words where do you pick up your outsources that do a good job?
    Mostly depends on what types of business I want to outsource. if I need a VA i must go to oDesk , if I need a programmer I got to Elance
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  • Profile picture of the author joan2009
    You can check these legitimate online job sites for sites like odesk and fiverr
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  • Profile picture of the author vare
    Yesterday, I was browsing through the web, and on of my friends recommended this site Online outsourcing | Service marketplace | Find a freelancer - Task Army
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  • Profile picture of the author troy23
    I used Elance in the past.
    The quality I found was generally good overall.
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    • Profile picture of the author gcgipson
      I really like Freelancer, but I have to admit that I never used anyone from the site before, only oDesk workers. The thing I like about Freelancer is that when you place a job, the site submits that job to qualified applicants. I'm not too sure if oDesk does this or not, maybe they do, as I have never had a problem finding applicants there.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alex Greene
        Originally Posted by gcgipson View Post

        I really like Freelancer, but I have to admit that I never used anyone from the site before, only oDesk workers. The thing I like about Freelancer is that when you place a job, the site submits that job to qualified applicants. I'm not too sure if oDesk does this or not, maybe they do, as I have never had a problem finding applicants there.
        You can search for experienced contractors using the search option at oDesk. They will suggest you best freelancers who are recommended for your job.
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  • Profile picture of the author AlexGeorge
    There are loads of these sites out there, you don't need to know dozens of them. Some of the more popular ones are Guru, elance, Freelancer and SEOclerks. You don't really need to know more than that, as you can find almost anyone for any type of jobs on the sites mentioned.
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  • Profile picture of the author Buy Articles
    I've used Fiverr before for design work and in most cases have been pleased with the results. I've also successfully had voice-over work and videos created there as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author jessiem
    Yeah, no doubt Fiverr is a better place. I've used it too and everything works well.
    Other sites I could think of that is very similar to Fiverr is Staff.com, it focuses in hiring full time jobs from all over the world.
    You can visit their site to view some of their to rated staff.
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    • Profile picture of the author krad32
      Originally Posted by jessiem View Post

      Other sites I could think of that is very similar to Fiverr is Staff.com, it focuses in hiring full time jobs from all over the world.
      You can visit their site to view some of their to rated staff.
      I also recommend Staff.com, it is a good alternative site similar to Odesk. Recently, I've read an article that Odesk and Elance are hit by DDos attacks that affects their services BIG TIME. You can check the article here: Elance and oDesk hit by major DDoS attacks, downing services for many freelancers — Tech News and Analysis
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  • Profile picture of the author a1z277
    Originally Posted by dgiles63 View Post

    I'm looking for an expanded list of options.

    What sites have you done business with that sell individual gigs like fiverr or odesk? Or in other words where do you pick up your outsources that do a good job?
    Based on my experience I advice you to use Seoclerks.com, very good place for SEO gigs from just 1$.

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  • Profile picture of the author tvojput
    Another great site is fourerr.com
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  • Profile picture of the author poojaseo
    SEOClerks is the best site after fiverr and odesk.we can find some good gigs on there.
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  • Profile picture of the author headlineplus
    a lot of people have been saying to me over the past couple of days about people per hour so i will check them out. We are trying to compile a good list of sites where we can offer our services
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    Fiverr Press Release writing and distribution service from $5 We can also offer distribution to PRBUZZ and SBWIRE https://www.fiverr.com/in2town/profe...by-journalists
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  • Profile picture of the author laracoates28
    Originally Posted by dgiles63 View Post

    I'm looking for an expanded list of options.

    What sites have you done business with that sell individual gigs like fiverr or odesk? Or in other words where do you pick up your outsources that do a good job?
    Elance is a good place to hire writers and programmers.
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  • Profile picture of the author tristatemedia
    many of the big boys use this and swear how great the talent is.....
    www.onlinejobs.ph/‎
    when i looked into it, you have to pay a monthly fee but they do not take fee when you hire people.....i am not willing to pay that $49 monthly fee....so they suck for charging that.
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    now, i used odesk all the time....their quality has gone down drastically......
    then i used fiverr: alot of junk
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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    oDesk is good, I landed a couple of great translators on there.
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  • Profile picture of the author zenxseo
    there are lot of sites but its up to you what is your budget, and the quality of work you are looking for. its simple for $5 you will not get a high quality job .
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Adams
    You could post a 'help wanted' advertisement on an internet marketing forum if you are looking for a writer/SEO person to do outsourced work. You would need to make the deal with them privately and arrange payments. Most forums have some type of reputation system so you can see if the person applying for the job is trusted by other members. Once you find a few reliable people to do work, you won't need to outsource to randoms on Fiverr.
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  • Profile picture of the author gzeus
    Stay away from fiverr, populated by dodgy providers. elance is still my best workhorse, apart from programming which I get done in-house by students.
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    • Profile picture of the author jvjoe
      Originally Posted by goldclubmember View Post

      For me experience, oDesk is better than elance and freelancer.
      There some workers that are on oDesk and also have
      account with other elancer sites just to get more exposure
      for their jobs.

      The three sites mention above have good and skilled workers
      but you just need to fish out the best that suit your needs. There
      are lots of sites like fiverr, you can get a huge list from previous
      comments above.

      Here are some list

      fourerr.com
      seoclerks.com
      gigbucks.com
      fittytown.com
      gigswood.com
      jobsfor10.com
      dollar3.com
      tenty.com

      hope this list helps?
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  • Profile picture of the author Benjamin078
    I have recently tried an alternative to them called ListingDock.com and I have been liking them a lot. I made more money with them in 1 month as compared to what I earned from fiverr in 3 months.
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  • Profile picture of the author koubain
    check those:
    elance
    guru
    freelance
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  • Profile picture of the author vedremo
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    I've tried eLance and Fiverr. Their services were good for a few months then the quality of work that I've gotten were not that satisfactory anymore. This made me choose Odesk as reliable partner for anyone's outsourcing needs. I appreciate the it protects the interest of both the contractor and employer. Plus, there's a plethora of really talented contractors.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Trujillo
    There is a bunch of sites you can outsource your work to. I recommend Fiverr.

    There are always more expensive options as well such as Elance , ODesk and various other sites as well.

    It just depends on the kind of project you have and what you are looking to pay to get it done.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    I also use Zeerk, but Fiverr is #1 for me. Most of the old school sites like elance are a lot more expensive. They charge a lot more. Best thing about fiverr is the low price. Also, there are a lot of readily available super gigs. Wish people would create a new service. Yeah, one that is similar to task rabbit, but less expensive.
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  • Profile picture of the author Geri Richmond
    Hi,
    I deal with Fourerr.com. You pay $4 instead of $5. Make sure you check their rating and the comments from others who have had work done by them. Even then, you have to be very specific about what you want.
    Good luck.
    Geri
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  • Profile picture of the author Marketeranas
    You can check out PPH , SeoClerks, MyCheapJobs and GigBucks and many others

    I have mentioned 4 which are really good
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    I have a couple of people over at gigbucks that I can turn to if I want to get some articles created!
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  • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
    There are many freelancer sites out there and you can find many with a simple search. I would recommend to look for a freelancer website with your niche, usually you can find more gigs that would works for you
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