Gigbucks platform is set-up a lot like Fiverr.com where you can select a contractor to complete a task you need met for a fraction of what it would cost to use a more traditional outsourcing platform.
We found the talent pool is a bit smaller, but we didn’t find it any less creative and the sellers are eager to provide you professional services.
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Gigbucks allows you to buy & sell services from $5 to $50 bucks!
The pricing we believe allows for a bit more risk adversity because its on the lower side of most project investments.
Got a small project… an email template, a book cover, a quick translation… check out Gigbucks and let us know how it goes.
Editor’s note: This information was taken directly from the company’s page
GigBucks offers a free and easy to use platform for freelancers and people to offer their services priced from $5 to $50 bucks per gig.
An online marketer, programmer, singer, writer, video artist, translator, seo wizard, advertiser and business guru offering advice or if do anything else that people want to pay money for can be done here.
Posting is absolutely free and you can post as many gigs as you like.
Sellers gets paid through Paypal or Alertpay/Payza, or receives a credit to his/ her Gigbucks account balance.
|Area of Focus:||Just about anything you can think of.|
|Cost to Post:||Free to the buyer. Seller pays a 20% service fee on all transactions.|
|Payment/Terms Policy:||Due upon buyer selection and project awarded.|
|Refund/Dispute Policy:||Buyer and Seller can cancel project jointly. Funds are put into buyers account. Paypal or Payza refunds not allowed. Essentially you buy it you aren’t getting a cash refund.|
|Ease of Use:||Very Easy|
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