Gone are the days when you have to rely on local businesses in your area to outsource your web design work, business cards or even anything! And so are the days of paying outrageous prices for online marketing, design work and social network & link building. With so many people looking to make money, the opportunity to do simple tasks for just a few dollars has taken a life of it’s own.
One web site that has been doing very well for themselves in building a community of people looking for jobs and services is JustAFive.com. Like other jobs web sites, Just A Five allows users to post a job that they would like to offer to anyone interested, and they can charge either $5 per job, $10 or $20. Depending on the complexities of the job, the price will vary.
How does Just a Five Work?
- First sign up for a free account
- Use the “Job Categories” to find a job you would like completed
- “Order” your task and Paypal $5, $10 or $20 to the job taker
- Job creator follows up and completes your order
Using that same concept, but reversing it, you can also sign up to JustAFive.com and start creating jobs on the site and earning money.
How does the site make money and manage to run the web site? For every transaction that goes through the site, Just A Five takes a 20% commission. On a $5 job, this is equal to $1.
What type of jobs are on Just A Five?
Quickly browsing through the site, you can find a wide variation of jobs, but here are a few that stood out for internet marketing and bloggers.
- Submit Web Site to 75 Social Bookmarking Sites
- Create 7 Craigslist Ads in 7 Different Cities
- 18,000 YouTube Video Views
- Get 1,000 to Your Facebook Fan Page
- Write an Original 400 Word Article with Keywords
As you can see, the opportunities for outsourcing a few projects for a few dollars can really save you time and money. Hire someone to write a few original articles for you, then hire another person to submit them to article directories, and another to submit them to social bookmarking sites. Your total spend is $15, while saving you a lot of time and getting a long drawn out task completed.
Check out the web site Just A Five and let us know what you think!