4 Alternatives to Fiverr Where You Can Buy and Sell Services Online

Craig Snyder 20-08-2013

Every few months, a web application or a particularly unique idea hits the Internet and captures the attention of everyone. From that, a waterfall of copycats and alternatives pour in. Do you remember the first time you heard of ChatRoulette The Top 10 Funniest ChatRoulette Screenshots & Videos ChatRoulette is a video chat site that randomly matches people for a fun chat. Users from around the world can interact via instant message, webcam, and voice. Everyone is anonymous and no login of any... Read More ? Since then, dozens of alternatives have popped up and many have seen some pretty successful launches. The concept is something that everyone wants a piece of. The idea has been brought to life, and from there everyone else attempts to put their own spin on it. It’s just the flow of the Internet.


Fiverr Fiverr - A $5 Marketplace For Anyone Looking For A Service Imagine you’ve got a photo of yourself or a friend which you really like, but you know it could be made perfect with just a little Photoshop magic. What you really need is a friend... Read More is in that same mold. It’s one of those sites that you check out and immediately say, “Wow, this could be really big.” And, it is. Fiverr is so big that there are literally hundreds of websites out there that follow the same model. There are open-source scripts floating around on the web that even allow you to launch your own Fiverr competitor in under an hour. Doing so may be a bit of a stretch, because the following four alternatives to Fiverr have the space locked down.


Gigbucks is one of the web’s most popular Fiverr competitors, and you’ll quickly notice that it’s nearly identical.


Gigbucks has always done what Fiverr only recently allowed users to do, and that’s sell services for a range of prices between $5 and $50. The categories are practically the same as what you’ll find on Fiverr. Membership is completely free and there is no post limit for sellers. Gigbucks is also available on the App Store and Google Play, a convenience that you won’t find in many of these websites. Gigbucks charges a 20% commission rate on all transactions.


As the name makes clear, Fourerr is the $4 alternative to Fiverr.


Fourerr has been around for years now and has established a name as one of the more trusted Fiverr clones. Fourerr also includes some interesting alternative categories, such as Charity/Fundraising/Donations, Christmas Gigs, and Valentine Specials. The website follows a design model pretty different when compared to competitors, and reviews say that the customer service provided at Fourerr is much more responsive and helpful than others. Fourerr charges a 20% commission rate.


Twentyville is a good spot to be at if you’re looking for jobs that range in between $10 and $20.


Twentyville allows you log in and register through Facebook or Twitter. A lot of the work here is geared more towards professional services, like web design, video editing, advertising, SEO work, and more. It’s a theme that has taken over many Fiverr alternatives, but is especially apparent with this one. As Fiverr does, Twentyville takes 20% commission on all sales. Fittytown (no longer available) is an exact clone of Twentyville for jobs priced from $40 to $50.



SEOClerks is a very niche version of a Fiverr marketplace geared specifically towards SEO How To Determine a More Accurate SEO Ranking For Your Site Search engine optimization. It's a controversial topic these days. Lots of professionals have their own opinions about what constitutes a good SEO strategy. Some people insist that a solid keyword strategy is the only thing... Read More -based services.


As I mentioned before, with so many alternatives to Fiverr, it would seem as though these types of services are very common. SEOClerks offers categories in article writing and translating, blogging, directory submission, link building, data entry, and more. This is an alternative that caters best to webmasters (if you’re interested in the services, at least). Jobs on SEOClerks range between $5 and $40. Like the rest of our list, they charge a 20% commission rate.

Conclusion & Advice

Despite there being such a large lot of these type of websites online, I’ve chosen to only list four here. These websites come and go very often, and you definitely should be mindful of which ones you trust with your services and money. Fiverr has developed a reputation of being one of the largest and most trusted marketplaces of its kind. However, if it isn’t an option for you, you can always check out one of the four great alternatives listed above. If you’re searching for even more alternatives, check out an article I’ve done that ought to help you determine the trustworthiness of a website. Taking protective measures like this could really save you a lot of trouble.


Leave me a comment below and let me know what you think of Fiverr and these alternatives. Do you know any others that are reputable and trustworthy? Feel free to share any similar websites and I’ll be sure to take a look at them.

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  1. Jack
    October 12, 2017 at 10:37 am

  2. Odiaka Emmanuel
    July 14, 2017 at 7:28 pm

    I am really impressed by your tips.thanks

  3. Goran
    October 29, 2016 at 9:30 am

    Where is GigBuys on this list!?

  4. Mehdi
    May 27, 2016 at 11:48 am

    All this clones of Fiverr $ucks.

    Every time I search I'd like to see at last semi-copy (!) of that website.

    Places like Freelancer marketplace, peopleperhour etc. who brought new level of outsourcing.

    these [Broken URL Removed] worth $hit, an idiot copy of the original, an NONE has any progress in both short and long time.

  5. Steven
    May 14, 2015 at 2:49 pm

    Thanks for your great list!
    How can we know the seller's website/facebook/twitter... before we use his/her service?
    For example, I ordered a Android Review for a game, and the seller post to his website, but the website is not good enough as I expected. If I know his website before, I won't try his service.

    Can you give an advice to this.

    • Jordan
      May 16, 2015 at 10:09 am

      @Steven - because if Users were given each other's Contact info prior to each Sale, and the Sites above all charge 20% Commission per transaction which is taken from the Seller;s Pocket, what would stop the Sellers from cutting out the Middle-Man and just working directly with the client?

      My favorites Sites are: - Up-to-the-Minute SEO & Social Media Gigs for $1 Dollar EACH - Descending in Order from the MOST Popular, to the least.

      OR... - Which also displays Up-to-the-Minute SEO & Social Media Gigs which descend in Order from the MOST Popular, to the least popular Gigs. But all these have been VERIFIED, TESTED and APPROVED by STAFF.
      It's a good way to find a quality Service.


  6. Gigsmantra
    April 11, 2015 at 6:31 am

    New marketplace website ,you can buy and sell Gigs 3-30$ and commission will be sent instant after complete Gigs. so Join this and make more revenue

  7. kerlo
    January 20, 2015 at 4:19 pm
  8. kerlo
    January 5, 2015 at 6:03 am

    Just found new website, Highest revenue to seller, up to 95%. 15% more than Fiverr!

  9. Churchill Madyavanhu
    January 19, 2014 at 5:22 am

    Check out It's the only micro-jobs platform where you can post your gigs in 7 languages, i.e. English, Spanish, French, Russian, Germa, Arabic and Polish. I am the Co-founder of Galilea3 and would love to hear your opinion about our service, if you manage to find the time to have a look at it.

  10. Seko
    December 21, 2013 at 1:58 pm

    Socialhawkers is better than Fiverr

    • Neha Nair
      January 14, 2014 at 9:48 am

      Yes, You are right is better than fiverr as I am using the site from starting days and my business runs with target orientation as proposed .

  11. Robert
    December 21, 2013 at 7:30 am - Becoming world's Largest Marketplace for Buying Selling Online Services. Everyone has a talent inside and this website has for talented people like you. Share you talent with others and start earning.

  12. jinex
    December 21, 2013 at 5:51 am

    Freelancers & Micro Workers offering Cheap Online Micro Jobs from $1 to $50

  13. Liu Yang
    December 11, 2013 at 10:23 am

    what about [Broken Link Removed] best uk legit fiverr site.

  14. Kmaroz90
    December 9, 2013 at 12:06 pm

    Just found new website, [Broken Link Removed] . Highest revenue to seller, up to 95%. 15% more than Fiverr!

  15. Jeff
    November 7, 2013 at 6:14 pm

    Why isn't SEOClerks the first one on this list? It is the largest of all of those and the only one that actually competes with Fiverr.

  16. Gerard Thomas
    November 5, 2013 at 6:20 pm

    There are so many alternatives but I like to see some reviews for Twentyville. Lets see if I find some alternatives to How to Sell on Fiverr

  17. jon
    November 3, 2013 at 4:38 pm allows you to sell advertising space on your blog, facebook, twitter, car, where ever you can think of!

  18. Alex
    November 2, 2013 at 9:01 pm

    So many alternatives like

  19. Josey
    September 19, 2013 at 10:06 am

    there is also Hire Freelancers & Find Great Deals on Online Services | Make Money Freelancing. That's another option I found to be very useful

  20. Donna
    September 14, 2013 at 4:14 pm

    Hey where's thats a great one!

  21. Bob Carey
    September 6, 2013 at 1:50 pm

    Glad to see in the list, its the market place I ever seen by far. For me, is the only capable competitor of Fiverr or even much better than Fiverr.

  22. Dave Jonti
    August 21, 2013 at 9:32 pm deserves to be in this list. People aredoing well through this website since they can earn much more money than fiverr itself thanks to their potent affiliate program. Hope you review it and include it in you next post.
    Kind Regards

  23. David B
    August 20, 2013 at 10:54 pm

    Most of these website have a low rating in WOT!!

  24. Thomas
    August 20, 2013 at 8:59 pm


    Thanks for including in your review.

    I have compiled a list of Fourerr Like websites on - Feel free to include them in your next review.

    All the best


    • Marketizze Mole
      January 15, 2014 at 10:08 pm

      Socialhawkers is also a Fiverr alternative (may be fiverr clone) but I am sure is the best among other top fiverr clone sites even better than Fiverr too.

    • kerlo
      January 24, 2015 at 8:13 am Becoming world’s Largest Marketplace for Buying Selling Online Services. Everyone has a talent inside and this website has for talented people like you. Share you talent with others and start earning.