Top 12 Alternatives to Fiverr and How To Make Money through Them

Fiverr is a place for people to share things they’re willing to do for $5. To get the $5, you either sell or buy. To sell, you create a gig for a small service you are willing to offer; share your gig with the world; you will be notified when your gig is ordered, and be asked to accept it.

Fiverr will credit your Fiverr balance with $4, 48 hrs after you successfully deliver your work. You withdraw your earnings to your PayPal (according to the terms of service). To buy, you find a gig you like and order it; pay $5 by PayPal or credit card; track your seller’s work progress, exchange files and communicate; get your finished work; you will have 48 hrs after work delivery to ask for fixes from the seller and then provide feedback and review.

So what are the alternatives?

Before we get ahead, please note, the first 10 fiverr alternatives are not Nigerian oriented. If you think you can use them effectively as a Nigerian, then go ahead. If you can’t, then make great use of the remaining alternatives after the first 10. You will be glad you did. And if you are not a Nigerian reading this, you should make use of the first ten fiverr alternatives.

1. 1kJobsOnline
Share what you will do for N 1, 000. Read more

2. TenBux
The place for people to share things they’re willing to do for $5 or $10. Read more


3. Zeerk
Get anything done for $5, $10, $15, $25, $50, $75 and $100. Read more:

4. Gigbucks
Share the things you will do or need done for $5 to $100. Read more:

5. Mturk
Mechanical Turk is a marketplace for work. You get business and developers to an on-demand, scalable workforce. Workers select from thousands of tasks and work whenever it’s convenient. Read more:

6. Dealerr
What are you willing to do for $4?. Read more:

7. Sevenstew
Any Project, Any Task, Any Time – Served up for a Delicious $7. Read more:

8. JobsFor10
JobsFor10 is a unique site where anyone can buy and sell services for $10! Read more:

9. Gigswood
We let you keep you hard earned money. No fees on $4, $9 and $19. Read more:

10. Gighour
The place where little things you can do are worth money. Post a gig, sit back, wait for orders. Read more:

11. TaskArmy
Today TaskArmy focuses at fixing the outsourcing of tasks as opposed to projects. A task is “I need an icon done for my iphone app”, a project is “I need an iphone app”. Because of that, we can put the focus on services rather than jobs. You need a new WordPress website? Search for “wordpress” on TaskArmy and you will find all the WordPress related services that freelancers can do for you at a fixed price. It is as easy as going to the supermarket. Read more:

So, How Do I Make Money through Them?
Simple. You can make money through all the sites listed above starting today. Just make sure you have something good to offer; get those who need what you have to offer; pitch your offer have to them and when they need it, you get paid for meeting their needs. Though it is possible to start making money immediately but I won’t advise you to use that as your final decision. There are so many people on these sites that needs what you can offer. There are also many people on these sites that can offer what you too can offer. In short, you have serious competition but you can break through if you provide excellent and unique service.


  • Oluwayomi

    Thank you for this information but I will stick with Fiverr. I am presently looking for the fast selling Gigs on Fiverr. Anyway, thanks for sharing, you have a wonderful blog that I envy a lot.

    • Adesoji

      Thanks Oluwayomi. For fast selling gigs, search out the ones with lots of buyers