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Sites Like Fiverr – 50 Fiverr Alternatives Websites

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Sites like Fiverr are hot these days. There has been a lot of buzz around and its success, which explains why everybody and their mother are searching for Fiverr scripts and Fiverr clones.

I too have started using Fiverr as another way to make money online, and a few weeks ago, I published a post about making money with Fiverr and my experience in a post titled “How to Make Money on Fiverr“.

Fiverr provides an easy and revolutionary way for anybody to make extra money online, and that is why hundreds of people are using Fiverr these days. But what if you are looking for other Fiverr like sites where you can make more money?… Are there websites like Fiverr out there?…

I mean, Fiverr is a good choice if you think $5 is enough for the service you provide. But what if you think what you offer is worth more or less than $5?…Or, what if you are just looking to expand a little, and sell the same servcie you sell on Fiverr, on other micro freelancing sites as well?…

Well, that’s where all the top Fiverr alternative sites come in. There are some Some people who even believe some of these Fiverr clone sites are better than Fiverr. These Fiverr alternatives enable you to earn anywhere from $1 to up to $10,000 per gig!

So, if you are ready to take your Fiverr experience to the next level, here are 50 more sites like Fiverr:


50 Fiverr Alternatives

Sites Like Fiverr

Owned by the same company as FittyTown, where you can offer gigs for $20. You get paid via PayPal.

2- (Merged with GigsWood)
You can post gigs ranging from $5 to $100. Pay via PayPal with no minimum balance requirement for withdraw.

Post gigs for $3, $5, $7 and $10. They also pay with PayPal.

Another site set up exactly like Fiverr where everything is priced at $5.

This one is interesting. You can offer gigs for up to $10. What I like about Tenrr is that unlike Fiverr, you are allowed to directly talk to the buyer or seller and exchange details enabling you to build direct relationships. On top of all of this – there are no fees, pay each other directly through Tenrr!

Offer your services for $5 or $10 or $20. You know how all Fiverr gigs starts with “I will…. for $5″! Well, their gigs stats with “I’m gonna..”! If you do a good job, you will have the chance to have your gig as “the job of the week”.

MagicGig is another online micro-task marketplace that allows you to offer your services for $10.

TaskArmy is one of the most respectable micro task sites. It was created by a 27 years old french entrepreneur named Aymeric Gaurat-Apelli. You can offer gigs for fixed prices of $19, $49 and $99 (though I have seen a few gigs priced $25 and $30).

No, not every gig is priced $10, you can also have gigs for $5.

You can buy and sell all kinds of services with prices ranging from $2 to $100. But unlike Fiverr, you dont pay nay commission to the site. The buyer pays the seller you directly.

11- (Changed to
Similar to Fiverr, but thy use € (Euro) as the currency instead of dollar. You can sell Gigs for 5€, 10€, 15€, 25€, 50€ and 100€. They pay by via PayPal with a minimum of 5€.

As the name suggests, everything is priced at $50. Pays via PayPal.

Another Fiverr like site where you can by and sell services from $3 all the way up to $90.

This one is one of the few Fiverr alternatives that has really taken off.

Perhaps the most famous SEO related freelancing job sites like Fiverr. Lots of great services are offered here.

Almost the same as

Buy and sell any kind of Internet marketing related services for any price.

One of the oldest micro freelancing job sites where you can earn money doing micro tasks.

Tenyt is freelance marketplace where you can offer services (called Twigs) for $10.

Its an online market place where you can buy and sell digital and Internet skills.

The Spanish equivalent of Fiverr.

Make money offering services ranging from $6 to $100.

They claim to be the top Fiverr alternative site. You can sell services ranging in prices from $5 all the way up to $10,000!

Earn money as a freelancer selling all kinds of services. Their price structure is kind of weird. You can price your service in 3 ways: $27, $47 or $77.

A full-fledged freelancing site to make money with.

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All kinds of services are offered here.

BountyIt is a bit different in that clients will set a bounty for a project. You then submit what is necessary according to the bounty’s rule, and if your submission is chosen, you win the money.

A market place to make money with your talent.

Sell all kinds of services from content writing to SEO and everything in between for $5.

As the name implies, you can sell services for more than $5.

Sell services from $1 to $100.

Blast your jobs for money!

Despite this Fiverr alternative site’s name being JobsFor12, you can actually sell and buy stuff for any price.

Sell small services priced from 5$ and up.

A UK based Fiverr style site.

Here not only you can sell digital good, you can also sell tangible goods as well.

The call themselves “The Very First Online Dollar Marketplace”.

Another Fiverr alternatives where you can sell gigs for 5 bucks.

This one is trying to market itself as a local outsourcing job sites where you can sell services to local and online clients for $25 a pop.

Another one where you can offer services for $10 per.

Sell services and gigs from $5 to $25.


Failed Fiverr Like Sites
Since Fiverr’s early and massive success, lots of people have tried to replicate its success, but most of them are gone after a few months. So, it’s not surprising to see many of these Fiverr clone sites disappearing.



If you know of any other Fiverr alternatives, or perhaps are the owner of a website like Fiverr, please feel free to share it with us by leaving a comment below, so I can add it to our list of sites like Fiverr.

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  1. oliver says:

    Great list. Came across a few ones that I’ll be trying… For a more free form site, I also get a lot of use out of

    These sites are totally awesome!

    • satrap says:

      Thanks for sharing the link Oliver.

  2. MSharp says:

    Hey great list! I’m still noticing that most of the Fiverr alternatives don’t have many actual orders just yet. The great thing about Fiverr is they have reached critical mass and continue to grow ever day. Members are constantly buying and selling gigs. I think it would be healthy for some legitimate competition to pop up but don’t know if we’re there just yet…

    • Greg says:

      I’ve been selling on Fiverr now for about a year and it has its ups and downs. The key, for me anyway, is sticking with what you know and what you can do in under 10 mins. I recently started using koopedia as well and things look pretty decent so far. The support is for sure better. Maybe because they are an American based company, but either way time will tell if they are going to stick.

      • Satrap says:

        Thanks for sharing your experience Greg. You are absolutely right though, you have to find something to offer that wont take you more than 10-15 minutes to complete, otherwise it wont be worth it. Best of luck to you Greg.

  3. anna says: is %100 scam they scammed me and never pays me wehn i asked for payment they closed my account without reason and took all my money

    stay away from them

    • diva says:


      Horrible customer service. I had to cancel an order with a vendor, before we got started 2 months ago and Tenbux still has not issued a refund or credit to my account. They will only contact you via email days later. Customer service is not a priority for them. They still have my $10. I am disputing the charge on my credit card. Stay away from this site!!!

      They are a scam!!!

  4. Heather Williasms says:

    Great article for fiverr alternatives but i think that GiGFor5.Com should be included too



  5. Joseph says:

    Thanks, you have done a great job. These sites will be helpful to a lot of people.
    Needed: Similar sites but with other means of payment.

  6. Chrystal says:

    I recently came across, which is fairly new but seems to be heading in the right direction if more people knew about it.

    Great list here.
    While fiverr is the most popular, it is also overloaded with crap too. The categories could stand to be broken down even more into sub categories making it easier to look through things. Some people on there do not know how to make seo friendly titles or what to tag their gigs.

  7. Michelle says:

    The problem with Fiverr is the crazy amount of people who never complete the orders. I’ve been using it for about a year now and the last few months – I’ve had six or seven in a row that had to be canceled because they just never responded or completed the work. (and these were sellers with GREAT feedback,etc. up to that point). Did they all find a better deal elsewhere?

    Maybe I should start offering to do the same gigs, seems there’s a need for reliable people. :)

  8. Andy says:

    Another one that is growing fast is a content marketplace site called

    It is obviously run on a fiver script but is purely for writers and content buyers.

  9. Nauman says:

    Great job dude! Love you

  10. Marko says:

    There is also one alternative, just for SEO work i have found.

  11. Raj says:

    Nice list – i think you have the best list i have seen yet.

    • satrap says:

      Well thank you Raj. I am glad you liked the list.

  12. Rowan says:

    These are some great sites. Thank you for posting this. I make more money on Fiverr than any other site, and these sites should add to that.

    • satrap says:

      You are welcome Rowan. Yeah, its always good to have a few different sources of income. Thanks for commenting.

  13. Anncash16 says:

    I am looking for a website like Fiverr and I arrived in your site. Thanks for your info. I am hoping that I can make another gig to some websites like fiverr.

    • satrap says:

      Glad you found our site Anncash. I wish you success with your fiverr gig and your future gigs on any of the above mentioned fiverr alternatives.

  14. tricia says:

    ive been paid 5 times now by its a great site. doesnt look like fiverr, looks more like craigslist but i make up to 600 a month selling back links their. at least they pay. its owned by a corporation.

    • Satrap says:

      I ma glad its working out good for you Tricia. Thanks for sharing your experience.

  15. jim hutapea says: and TOTALLY SCAM!! beware..

    • Satrap says:

      How so Jim?… I would love to see some evidence if you can back that up!
      I don’t want to lead people to scam sites, but I have never seen any evidence of these sites being scam.