Are you looking for a website that allows you to earn money quickly? What if you could post a show and make five bucks?
Here are ten pages on how to do this — some can even run you more or less than five bucks.
Fiverr: The first website to offer this kind of service is Fiverr. You pay 20% of the compensation and after two weeks you can withdraw your income.
Gigswood: You can list your performance on Gigswood for free, as long as you set the price to $4, $9, or $19. After the show is created, anyone can use it. When you successfully sell the show, your account will be fully credited and only the PayPal fees will be deducted. After that you can withdraw money.
7Freelance: At $7Freelance, the price is set at $7 instead of $5. Another major difference with Fiverr is that you can pay directly into your PayPal account. No costs are deducted at all. You can even get a free e-book to create your first show.
TenBux: You may have guessed that you can sell or buy anything for $10 on this site, but you only guessed part of it. You can also sell your show for five dollars. You can also receive payments directly from your PayPal account on the website. No costs.
JobsFor10: For a $10 job, you can offer a show for $5, $10 or $20. The fee is 20% and you will be paid within 48 hours of successful delivery.
Tenyt: This is another $10 gig. Your account will be credited after 14 days at a 10% fee. Once your account balance reaches $40, you can request a payment to your PayPal account.
Gigbucks: You can post shows on Gigbucks ranging from $5 to $100. The administration fee is 18% and the money can be withdrawn after 24 hours.
GigBux: At GigBux, you can provide your services and products at prices of $5, $10, and $20. When you sell a show, you pay for it, but it’s not clear what percentage. You can collect the payment after 48 hours. The link to the terms of service resulted in a blank page.
Zeg: You get paid on the same day as Zeg and you can list a show for $5, $10, $15, or $25. If you make $5, you don’t have to pay anything except PayPal fees. For other amounts you pay a total of about 20%.
JustAFive: In Just a Five you can not only make a show for $5, but also offer it for $10 or $20. The administration fee is 20% and withdrawals can be made after 48 hours.
GigHour: You can charge a performance fee of $3, $5, $7, and $10 on GigHour, and there is no charge. After successfully completing the show, your account will be credited to your account after 48 hours and you can withdraw money after 15 days.
I hope Fiverr or at least one of the sites like Fiverr can help you make more money online.
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