Fiverr Review

By Business.com Editorial StaffLast Modified: January 3, 2018

Fiverr is the crazy quilt of crowdsourcing. You can find just about any kind of product or service, all starting at $5. Unlike other crowdsourcing websites, this one hosts freelancers who post the services they perform and samples of their work, and you search for the one that suits your needs.

You'll find tasks ranging from serious business to simply bananas. For five bucks, you can get a professional-looking logo made, a simple contract written or a dance video recorded. You can get documents translated, hire a virtual assistant, find unique gifts, even commission a human billboard to advertise your business.

The types of products and services offered are divided into 12 major categories: graphics and design, online marketing, writing and translation, video and animation, music and audio, programming and tech, advertising, business, lifestyle, gifts, fun and bizarre, and other. Each category breaks into subcategories. For example, its graphics category includes illustration, social media design, models, logos, book covers and vector tracing.

You can go to a category, select a subcategory and explore, or you can use the search function if you have a specific need. Each freelancer profile shows what the freelancer offers and provides sample work and prices. Fiverr's services start at $5, but many freelancers offer enhanced packages or faster delivery for an increased price. You can check the sellers' ratings and write your own evaluations.

This is a fun site to explore, although some of the services don't seem fully ethical. For example, you can have people endorse you on LinkedIn or get codes for free items. Caveat emptor applies here.

Fiverr provides secure communications between buyer and seller and handles payment transactions. You can pay via PayPal, credit card or other electronic payments.

Fiverr offers a wild mishmash of services from legal advice to jungle men dancing with your message written on their bellies. Rather than making a project proposal and offering a prize or taking bids, you search for the product or service you need and select a freelancer from those available. Services start at $5, although you can get faster delivery or deluxe packages for higher prices.

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