Online Micro Jobs

There is a substantial difference between a micro and a normal freelance website. In traditional freelancing, employers post jobs that can have a variety of budget ranges. It can be as low as $10 or as much as $50,000, and in some cases, it’s beyond $50K. Budget for a small project is usually $100-$250. Freelancers have the choice to enter any amount in this range when they apply for it. The employer has to make a decision to choose one or more freelancers to work for him. This is how normal freelance sites work.

Micro or mini freelance sites work in a different way. They use the opposite mechanism, compared to the aforementioned traditional freelance system. Here, employers do not create any online job listings; instead, freelancers are the ones who create them. Each online listing contains information about a particular service that the person is willing to provide.

Another notable difference is that every micro job has a fixed price [base-price] and it is same for all listings; usually, it is below $50.

Micro freelance sites

Similar, yet so different; micro freelance companies allow freelancers to open mini-job-listings; contrary to traditional sites where projects are created by the employers, aka Buyers. Nevertheless, despite offering different services, these two different types of sites share the same goal, which is to provide a secure platform where freelancers and employers can interact.

Freelancers are basically advertising their services in the mini job listings they create; each one holds certain details such as price, service-description, and duration.

Listed below are few titles you can expect to find at these mini freelance sites:

1. I will write 10 articles for $50; will complete work in 2 days.
2. For $30, I will do any typing job for 5 hours.
3. Hire me for simple editing work for only $10 for an hour.
4. Logo design service: $50 per logo.
5. $100 for professional website production.
6. Learn Spanish. $50 per session.

From sophisticated programming to simple teaching, micro freelancing sites host a wide range of job listings. Freelancers can use these sites to make a full-time or part-time income.

Mini online jobs with free registration

Account registration process at these micro freelance sites completes in just few minutes, and there is no registration fee. Listing gigs [another name for jobs] is also free of charge. When a buyer purchases any service, the micro freelance site takes a small commission.

Secure system:

All mini freelance sites now use highly secure, foolproof systems. Back in the old days, no website was providing a platform that freelancers and employers could use to do business, without the fear of becoming a scam victim. They had no choice but to use such insecure medium.

Quite often, freelancers had to face havoc consequences when an employer would refuse to pay money despite receiving the work they demanded.

Fortunately, those days are long gone. Trusted websites are now using sophisticated and secure system that insures that employer always pay money to freelancer after his work is completed.

List of micro freelance sites:

1. ClixSense

2. Points2shop

3. Fiverr.com

4. Gigbucks

5. Justafive

6. Creativefolks

7. Twentyville

8. Fivesquids

9. Redlr

10. Fourerr

11. Gigbux

12. Fittytown

13. Nettradr

14. Microworkers

15. Tenrr

16. Tenbux

17. Fiversworld

18. Seoclerks

Featured Comments:

14 Comments on "Online Micro/Mini Freelance Jobs without any Fee"
  • Gregory

    qikSocial dot com is also another Fiverr alternative offering jobs for $10, $25, $50, and $100 plus you can make extra income with the gig extra feature.

  • mithra

    I want home based online mini job.
    Please tell me details.

  • Anisuddin Mojumder

    I am searching micro gigs but I am not getting them. Show me the way!

  • Rodger

    Hello,

    Thank you for sharing these wonderful sites. Besides the fiverr and elance sites, I’ve also added damongo dot com to the list of mini freelance sites I frequent and post job listings on.

  • Jake

    Hello,
    Here’s a marketplace where you can post your profile as well as showcase your portfolio – hourlyconsultant dot com

  • William Durst

    Hi, my name is William Durst I am interested in earning extra money with your micro company. :)

  • grey

    I need help sir,
    I joined Points2Shop but I am not getting their verification, or the confirmation email.
    I tried resending it several times, but it simply is not working for me.
    This is so much frustration.
    What can I do?

  • Heather

    I write poetry. Will I be able to sell my work at these sites in the form of mini job listings?

  • Bailey

    After creating a gig, it’s been 5 days and no one has purchased my services?
    Do you have any tips for making my gig sell at these micro freelance sites?

    • Randal

      What are you trying to sell? There is big competition around. For new comers like us, it’s awfully hard to sell a gig first time around.

  • Paul1978

    Hey man, you forgot CloudCrowd. Great feature is that they pay you next business day, check it out it really works. Writing tasks, categorization tasks are all available.
    cloudcrowd dot com/

  • Maria

    In order to make decent money, you have to scale back your micro-service and offer it for the minimum (sort of a teaser) and add desirable features for extra fees. For example, if you are a caricature artist, offer the drawing for the minimum you’ll accept, or site allows, and charge additional fees for color, removal of artist signature, etc.

    microjobexchange dot net

  • Jay

    GigState dot com is a micro site and Fiverr alternative offering jobs for $5, $25, or $100. People should always list their gigs on multiple mini freelance companies for the highest exposure.

    I have my gigs listed on five different micro freelance sites.

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