10 Best Fiverr Alternatives

Anyone who has done business through Fiverr knows that even the world’s largest market has its shortcomings.

Apart from the relatively low $5 limit on transactions, Fiverr’s steep commission of 20% can severely dampen the profitability of doing work there.

Furthermore, at this point in Fiverr’s development, many feel that it is so saturated with users that the resulting competition between buyers and sellers is a detriment to both parties.

But regardless of if your interest in Fiverr is for purchasing work or selling services, a wide collection sites like fiverr have long since developed as a means of facilitating alternatives for the rising demand for accessible, affordable, and high quality micro-transactions.

For both buyers and sellers, this list of the ten top Fiverr alternatives may save or earn you a bundle in the long run.

GigBucks

Gigbucks

GigBucks is one of the internet’s most popular alternatives to Fiverr. GigBucks hosts the same types of categories available on Fiverr, but it provides freelancers the ability to vary how much they charge for their services with options ranging between $5 and $50. Unlike several of the more popular Fiverr alternatives, membership is free and there is no post limit for sellers.

SEOClerks

SEOClerks

If you are looking for forum posts, blog posts, backlinks, or just about anything else in relation to SEO, SEOClerks has something for you. SEOClerks offers a massive amount of available content for incredibly cheap prices as well as a huge variety in the types of available content. Most of the SEOClerks jobs range between $5 and $40 and include many of the same SEO services that you can find on Fiverr.

Zeerk

Zeerk

With one of the broader price ranges for a Fiverr substitute, services through Zeerk run between $2 and $100. To sweeten the deal, Zeerk takes no commission or fees for providing its services as it allows sellers and buyers interact directly. Zeerk also offers continuous contracts with 72 hour deadlines to help resolve seller mistakes and guarantee customer satisfaction. And sellers will appreciate that since jobs are automatically approved, it takes almost no time to create several different job postings in a matter of seconds.

Fourerr

Fourerr

As the name indicates, Fourerr is a Fiverr clone apart from the price associated with posted jobs. Buying something at Fourerr will cost you four dollars — a 20% decrease in cost compared to Fiverr. Fourerr also has a lengthy track record of almost three years as well as a strong record of friendly customer service, which is much more than most Fiverr clones can claim.

Fivess

Fivess

Fivess is a UK based alternative to Fiverr which is distinguished largely by its custom coding architecture. Fivess smart design makes it one of the fastest and easiest to work with alternatives in the world. As Fivess is a European based service, services are available from between five and one hundred euros, meaning that you can find an array of premium services that are otherwise unavailable on sites like Fiverr.

Fiverbid

FiverBid

For social media strategies, graphic design, product reviews, and just about anything else you can imagine Fiverbid has something for everyone. Prices range between 5 and 100 euros, and user transactions are heavily protected by a stringent terms of use policy to help safeguard both buyers and sellers. Because of its site only transaction policy, Fiverbid is one of the most secure alternatives for both buyers and sellers.

TenBux

TenBux

From its interface, categories, and ease of use, TenBux is quite nearly a clone of Fiverr. As the name would suggest, where TenBux differs from Fiverr is that it allows freelancers to sell their work at $10 per job, though a majority of available jobs will still cost you $5. Unfortunately TenBux takes the same 20% commission that Fiverr does, but this is partially mitigated by free membership and a surprisingly active community of users.

TwentyVille

TwentyVille

Contrary to its name, TwentyVille offers jobs at both $10 and $20. And while TwentyVille shares several of the same categories as Fiverr, you will find more professional-oriented work including graphic design, video editing, advertising, and even software development. Like TenBux and Fiverr, TwentyVille takes a 20% commission on all sales.

Tenrr

Tenrr

Unlike Fiverr, Tenrr allows buyers and sellers to communicate directly in order to facilitate sharing details about jobs as well as to build professional relationships. Payments are secured directly through Tenrr, and there are no associated fees or charges. While Tenrr’s main draw is the fact it is a free platform, it is also one of the most reputable online Fiverr alternatives. Tenrr offers jobs at prices of up to $10.

GigHours

GigHour

Approaching its third year in service, GigHours is a remarkable Fiverr alternative simply because of how many users it has drawn during that time. GigHours jobs are priced from $1 to $999 bucks with no associated fees for doing business. Gigs are divided into separate categories and sellers can grade their purchases to help future buyers make better decisions.

Comments

  1. I tried Gigbucks (got $4), Fourerr (no sales), SEOClerks ($2000+ counting), Taskarmy (no sales) and as indicated I earned the maximum from SEOClerks. Gigsbuck had the problem of not getting a single view unless you feature the gig for $10, thats weird. SEOClerks’ featuring service is good in a way that even other sellers who dont buy the service gets their gig in the front page unless buried by fresh gigs.

  2. Don’t forget that SEOClerks also has the Want to Buy and Want to Trade sections where you can request anything done. With the WTB you get bids and pay to have work done but the WTT section is completely free. If you have something to offer others, you can trade services and get work done completely free.

    All that and the affiliate program is awesome. 10% for life which is 50% of their profits plus with the API, you can generate your own clone of SEOClerks based on your own parameters.

    I’m not sure why SEOClerks isn’t #1 on this list, none of the other sites offer this. 😐

  3. Mark Bryan says:

    Does Fourerr even generate sales at all? I don’t see any activity there. SEOClerks looks like it is busting at the seems and I see it mentioned everywhere now – I use it to buy SEO all the time now.

    Gigbucks was once big. I’m not sure what is happening to them now though. They seem to be losing ground.

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