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Are you running a tight schedule and want to have some free time on your hands? Well, TaskRabbit might be able to assist you in completing that task.

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TaskRabbit is a website that gets you in touch with friendly and most of all reliable people who can help you complete certain tasks if you are busy. For example, if you want to get your groceries but don’t have the time, you can post the task on Taskrabbit. The task will then be completed by someone else for a small amount of money.

To get started, sign up on Taskrabbit or log in with your Facebook account. Then click on Post A Task, and you will get to choose what type of a task it is, which includes many tasks such as – Delivery, Cleaning, Virtual Help, Transport, Grocery, etc. Taskrabbit will post the task in public and the chosen “Task-rabbits” will review it and send you their offers.

You can pay them once the task is complete with any online service (no cash required). This way, you get your task done, and save time!


  • Simple and easy to use.
  • Get task done, and earn free time in your busy life.
  • Only available for few US cities at the moment – Virtual Help is available World-Wide.
  • Similar tools: Agentanything, Runmyerrand, RentAFriend and DoStuffForMoney.

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  1. Indu Pillai
    December 12, 2011 at 10:44 pm

    Great post. There are several good companies with different business models - which tap the power of people and internet to get work done. Here is a comparison list.
    1) WeGoLook : has over 7,000 nationwide "Lookers" (background check verified) who will go anywhere in USA for an onsite inspection. WeGoLook provides visual confirmation and a personalized report, completed by a real person, to verify a product, person, place or thing.
    2) Zaarly: Zaarly is a proximity based, real-time buyer powered market. Buyers make an offer for an immediate need and sellers cash in on an infinite marketplace for items and services they never knew were for sale.
    3) Agent Anything: People can post any service (task, errand, research, etc.) they need accomplished as well as the price they are willing to pay, and college students can perform these services to get paid.