Fiverr, considered to be one of the most popular online marketplaces on the web today, isn’t the only marketplace in town as, believe it or not, there are some sites like Fiverr that can be as good or even better.
While Fiverr used to focus on $5 gigs only, it has since turned into a marketplace offering gigs at a range of prices.
If you’re looking to make money, Fiverr may be your best choice because of the traffic it receives, but there are a variety of other services you may want to consider posting your services if you want to expand your horizons.
Yes, some could be as good as Fiverr, while others may expose your brand to a few more people. It all depends on which website you’re looking at and what type of services you’re looking to promote.
Without further ado, here are my 25 favorite websites like Fiverr, starting with my favorites:
25+ Fiverr Alternatives
Seoclerks is primarily geared toward those who work in the online marketing and SEO space and is often considered a better choice for those who want to sell these types of services. Not only does it include SEO-related jobs, however, it includes a variety of additional categories as well, just like Fiverr.
Some of the most popular categories you can sell, when I took a glance at them, included art and design, audio, content writing, guest posts, link building, local SEO, onsite SEO, programming, social networks, traffic, and video.
Just like Fivver, each seller will have his or her own rating, reviews in the form of a “thumbs up” and a description of what you will receive. Prices, depending on the services you’re interested in, can range from as little as $1 to well more than $100+.
While the site doesn’t receive a ton of traffic (235,000~ visitors a month), it could land you a few extra gigs.
From logo design to WordPress customization, Envato has more than 3,000 unique services you can choose from, offering only the best providers.
With each provider hand-picked, the website seemed easy to navigate and plenty of providers were active on the website. Unlike Fiverr, however, you do need to be approved, so you better bring your A game.
Traffic to the site seemed phenomenal as well as SimilarWeb estimates the domain receives more than 15 million visitors monthly.
Konker.io, when I first glanced at it, seemed to be quite busy in comparison to other Fiverr alternatives I posted on this best-of list as I noticed a lot of good-looking jobs with a lot of feedback. Similarweb also noted the website received more than 200,000 visitors monthly, which is, again, quite good in comparison to other alternatives on this list.
The website works just like Fiverr, but they have very low fees — 5%, said to be the lowest fees on any marketplace.
As a seller, highly consider this website to list your service as it does seem they do get a lot of eyeballs, and even if you do sell, your commission rates will be much lower than other alternatives.
PeoplePerHour connects business to a massive database of freelancers in a matter of minutes, and while this website works a lot like freelancing websites, such as Upwork, the website does offer a huge pool of offers section, ranging from a few dollars to as much as $200+, depending on the type of job you want to post.
Each offer page displays the rating of the provider, the total number of views the offer has received and how many sales the provider completed, and the company provides a 100% money protection guaranteed, meaning a buyer may be more willing to work with you if they haven’t done so before.
If you offer a specific skill, here’s a quick tip you can use to find people looking for someone like you on Craigslist.
On Google, search for “site:craigslist.org <your specialty>, followed by the word, “needed.” For example, you could search, “site:craigslist.org logo needed” or “site:craigslist.org website needed” if you were a designer.
Then, click the tools tab beneath the search box and limit your results to the past week to make sure the results are fresh.
If you see any requests that seem lucrative, reach out to them.
Remember, though, Craiglist is filled with tons of scammers, so work at your own risk.
Be creative and smart as people are always looking for professionals here.
Quite possibly the most popular freelance website on the Internet, Upwork, formerly known as Elance, doesn’t work much like Fiverr, but consider it as a platform if you want to sell your services and/or bid on other projects.
Like most freelancing marketplaces that do not work like Fiverr, you will want to create a profile, list your expertise and verify your details to get started.
Upwork works with a range of services, so I’m almost certain you can find something that you can do to make some cash on the side.
Toptal is a bit different from most on this list as they only work with the top 3% of the freelance talent on the market.
If you feel you’re in the top 3% (hey, you never know!), this platform could connect you with some amazing companies such Airbnb, Zendesk and Pfizer, to name a few.
While it doesn’t work exactly like Fiverr, companies can find you via your skill, whether it’s a developer, project manager, designer or finance expert. When they do, the companies can then discuss the project and financial details.
But again, since you’re in the top 3%, expect your wages to be in that range as well.
Reddit has its own subreddit, ForHire, where you can post your skills in hopes with connecting with someone on the board.
Be sure to be descriptive and creative as it’s filled with a lot of people doing the same.
While you will have to work out the details using your own personal information, it can be a huge plus as you will not have to pay any commission rates to outside third-party.
Guru has more than 3 million experts looking to find work, but do not let this number scare you off as the website receives a lot of traffic, meaning more eyeballs on your project.
While I contemplated putting this website on this list since you cannot just post a specific job, you can create a profile, explaining exactly what you can do and set an hourly rate, etc. You can also post on current jobs as well.
If someone is interested in your work, then they can click the “get a quote” button and discuss the job options with you.
Browsing around online, I came across a website called Gigbucks, an online marketplace that offered services that ranged anywhere from $5 to $50 only.
The website doesn’t seem to receive a lot of traffic, so I’m unsure as to how many people may view your job post, but as the website claims, it is free to post, so you have nothing to lose, I suppose.
As a pro, the website is 100% free to use, for both buyers and sellers. However, payments are limited to $50 and there’s a 14 day limit you have to wait until you’re able to withdraw the money you earned. This policy is in effect until you reach level three.
Zeerk charges a 10% commission, with no waiting period on your payments. If you’re paid today, the company will pay you today, making it a great option if you need the cash ASAP.
Offering a variety of micro jobs and freelancing services, prices can range anywhere from $3 to $200.
Another Fiverr alternative, but do not expect much in terms of work as the website receives less than 100,000 eyeballs a month.
I found GigBlasters while searching online and it appears to be almost identical to Fivver, with the exception of the traffic it receives. GigBlasters lacked sufficient data in terms of traffic, while Fiverr receives more than 37 million visitors monthly.
It doesn’t hurt to throw up your job posting in hopes the website becomes big one day or maybe even Google crawling it, showcasing your job in the results.
A lot of these clones do come and go, so do not be surprised if this site goes missing and/or you never receive a job offer.
DesignCrowd is a pinch of a gamble as you’re going to compete against other designers online, meaning some jobs can receive more than 50+ designers.
Here’s how DesignCrowd works…
As a designer, you can browse project details from hundreds of design related categories. If you find one you like, simply read the job detail, submit your design, and if the provider picks out your design, you’re awarded the amount, which in some cases, can be quite lucrative, hence the competition. This is a gamble, of course, and you could waste a lot of time working without being compensated.
Again, you could find yourself working for nothing as they do not have to compensate you for your time, so do use this website at your own risk!
This is one of the newer competitors out there, but it definitely deserves a spot on the list. As I write this, they have boasted more than one million freelancers and close to 25,000+ service gigs.
At first look, the prices are much less than many of their competitors, but the main reason is that they focus more on foreign help with a lower cost of living. So, if you’re a business looking for help, this is a great way to save. On the other hand, if you’re looking for work, you may not find the pay to be worth your time. Your results will vary, though.
If you were to find a very close alternative to Fiverr, I would have to say this is it. They both offer a variety, with many services in a Fiverr price zone.
Not exactly like Fivver, but if you’re looking to make money, you can bid on the job posting you’re interested in.
For example, if you fix WordPress errors, then you could use the job search tool to find those who are looking for a provider like you.
This jobs will not be instant as the provider has to accept you, so you may have to underbid on a few jobs to build your feedback and reputation on the website as most will not accept a rookie without any feedback. Once you do, then providers may ask you to work for them rather than you having to look for jobs every day.
If you’re looking for graphic design work, then you may want to check out 99designs.
Although it’s not as cheap as what Fiverr providers can offer, it makes up in quality as most of the designers who work on the platform offer top-notch work.
Said to host the most diverse, talented graphic designer pool in the world, it may be one to highly consider if you feel you’re one of the better graphic designers out there and/or you’re looking for high-end work. Again, while the prices can be higher, many reviewers/clients found it to be worth it.
Seems to be catered toward the India market, however, it doesn’t mean you need to live in India to post a job here.
Just like Fiverr, Broxer allows you to post a job and wait for the purchases to come in.
As of today, the website doesn’t appear to receive a lot of traffic, but again, if you want to expand your horizons, posting a job is free and best yet, the company only takes 2% of your commission.
Fivesquid is geared toward the UK, but, once again, it doesn’t mean you cannot consider as the only difference is that you will be paid in British pounds rather than the U.S. Dollar. Honestly, this doesn’t even matter as Paypal can convert your currency.
Receiving quite a bit of traffic (240K visits/month) and working just like Fiverr, providers can list jobs for £5, £10, £20 or £50.
I’m going to include Microworkers on this list, but do keep in mind that it works differently than most listed here, including Fiverr.
With Microworkers, instead of selling gigs, you have to create a profile, detailing your expertise, and with this information, clients can then search profiles, potentially interviewing you for the job.
Like most freelancing websites like this one, you can search job postings as well, in which you can bid on the project.
I found this website when searching online and it appears to be a Fiverr-like clone, but it does rank well for a few keyword terms.
This website, however, doesn’t appear to have much action as most of the listings had zero reviews.
Like Fiverr, buyers on DoJobsOnline.com can explore the many categories, ranging from advertising to silly stuff.
The website seems to have some action as many of the top-selling listings did have a good amount of feedback, but glancing at the metrics, the website doesn’t appear to receive a lot of traffic.
Again, it doesn’t hurt to post your jobs here as posting is free.
NOTE: Seems to be closed as of 2020.
BountyIt is kind of cool and works differently than Fiverr, but I wanted to include it here as you can make some money with it.
If you’re a “hunter” on the website, you find a bounty that you want to hunt, and once you find one you’re interested in, you will submit a project according to the description.
If the poster likes your job, then you get paid. At the time of publishing this list, there were quite a few to browse through, with payments as high as $50.
Doesn’t seem to have much in terms of traffic, but had some listings with reviews on it, so people must be buying, right?
Free to join and could be another clone that closes its doors, who knows?
Doesn’t look like it receives a lot of traffic, but a good amount of jobs were posted.
Don’t expect to make much here, but again, it doesn’t hurt to post your job as you never know who will view it.
NOTE: Appears to be inactive as of September 2019
TaskArmy, a short tasks-like website, is different than Fiverr and most alternatives on this list due to the process the company uses. According to the website, they approve every service you see on the website manually, which, in my opinion, is great because we all know how many scammers lurk on the Internet. This ensures you that you’re working with an honest provider, but this still doesn’t mean you will not be scammed.
As long as you’re not scamming the system and offer honest work, then TaskArmy can be a great option.
Glancing at the service categories, TaskArmy offered copywriting, virtual assistance, design, web development, and web marketing services, to name a few, with the most popular services being “data entry, being a go-to assistant and writing a 1,000-word medical-related article.”
Listen, Fiverr is by far the best if you’re looking for traffic and simply want to just post a job and reach out to a massive audience.
You really can’t go wrong with Fiverr; however, if you want to expand your horizons and want to post your services elsewhere for more exposure, then some of these services, specifically Seoclerks and Fiverup, to name a few, could work. Keep in mind, though, that many of these clones go out of business fairly fast (as you may have noticed with other posts found on the Internet).
In the meantime, if you’re working on Fiverr, keep at it!
As I mentioned, they receive close to 40+ million visitors a month, far more than any of the Fiverr clones listed here.
If I missed any, I would love to add them to the list, so let me know if the comments!
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