Stupid Joke Reveals Cool Gig Sites!
Yesterday I was reading through a marketing forum and a guy asked…
“What do you guys think would be the best gig site after Fiverr.com?
If you are not familiar with a “gig site” it’s a place where people from all over the world will do all kinds of tasks for a couple bucks.
On Fiverr I’ve had people draw me some cartoons for five bucks, one dude wrote a love song for my girlfriend for five bucks, another guy did some banner graphics for me. You can get SEO services, social media followers (although I tend to think this is nearly worthless) and more.
Heck, one of my good friends paid 5 bucks to have a girl punch her boyfriend in the face and then say his web domain on video. Surely that’s worth five bucks right?
Anyhow, after this guy asked what would be the best gig site after Fiverr.com I jokingly said… “Sixerr.com” just to be an ass.
It turns out, there is actually a sixerr.com.
So then I typed in sevenerr.com and yep, there’s one of those too.
Then eighterr.com and yep, same thing.
Then ninerr.com and sure enough.
So then I skipped up to thirteenerr.com to see if they’d keep going but it redirected to gigbucks.com (another gig site).
Wow, I just went the other way and there is a fourerr.com too!
These sites are quite incredible. You do have to sift through a bit of nonsense at time and there is a art to getting quality work done, but it’s well worth checking out.
A few other gig sites that popped up in the conversation were….
Seoclerks, Jobsfor10, ODesk,Gigsforcheap, Freelancer
Jason “Profit” Moffatt
PS: You can also put your own services up here if you want to make a few bucks. I don’t really recommend doing much work for five bucks, but I’ve heard of some people having decent success by getting leads into the funnel by delivering a good service for a cheap price and then acquiring them as long term clients.