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Fiverr, the marketplace that allows people to offer their services to others for as little as $5, has made today made its mobile app debut with the launch of an iOS version.
Fiverr, the popular online source that lets anyone take small jobs, is now available on the iPhone. The app operates the same way as the desktop version but with a few tweaks for the mobile platform.
Fiverr, the world's largest marketplace for services, starting at $5, launches today a brand new mobile app. The free app is now available in the App Store, providing users with direct access to 3 million+ Gigs with just 2 swipes.
You've seen them, cleverly placed ads of smiling faces selling services for $5 on Fiverr. Pay attention to sidebar and header ads the next time you're reading your favorite site, it's a way to make money online. Fiverr brings together buyers and sellers from all over the globe, showcasing his or her skill in copywriting, copyediting, web design and a myriad of other talents. Talented or not, people make money online with Fiverr, providing an additional income stream for work from home aficionados.
Everyone talks about the importance of data in the work of product people, designers and growth hackers. Choosing the right time to integrate data into your product design cycle can make the difference between a successful product and a struggling one. Fiverr cofounder and CTO, Shai Wininger explains.
Fiverr - an online business that began in 2010 - was created to streamline a variety of jobs from different areas. From programming and graphic design to editing and writing, services were offered for $5. Within three years, the company has expanded to offer $5 to $500 services. Offering over three million jobs or "gigs" on the site, there's something for everyone. Whether you want to post a job or get something done for you, Fiverr offers what you need.
It was 2009 and the global Great Recession was wreaking havoc on the job market when Micha Kaufman and Shai Wininger conceived the idea for Fiverr. The free agent lifestyle had long been hailed as the future of work, and platforms to enable freelancing such as oDesk and Elance had already been around for years. But Kaufman says their idea was "out of the box and very disruptive."
The sharing economy has created a new category of businessperson: the micro-entrepreneur. Now you don't need a storefront or an office or even a website to make money, you can simply use a sharing economy service to rent your car or your time.
It's been five years this week since the onset of the Financial Crisis and the subsequent unraveling of the U.S. economy. Yesterday we learned that the employment rate between the highest- and lowest-income families is at its widest since officials began tracking data a decade ago, reports the The Associated Press. Fiverr cofounder, Micha Kaufman discusses.
Fiverr is capitalizing on the trend of distributed talent. By making it easy to buy and sell services, Fiverr creates an Ebay-like network for tasks.
The website Fiverr.com offers an enticing proposition to users: Buy (or sell) any service for $5 a pop. There's no need to negotiate pricing or to fret too much about hiring the right person for an extended job. If you're a small business with the need to offload some short-term work, such as graphic design or copyediting, you can find a willing worker with a few clicks.
Fiverr is a growing gig platform for services beginning at $5. Higher prices are possible and musicians are included among those using Fiverr to provide extra income and increased flexiblity. The recent redesign gives Fiverr a more professional look and improved backend services to better support those seeking gigs which is in keeping with CEO Micha Kaufman's enthusiasm for building a major platform for gig seekers.
Fiverr, the Task Rabbit-rivaling startup that serves as a global marketplace for people to buy and sell services for as little as $5, has launched its updated platform to one and all.
Fiverr reinvented itself today, keeping the five but adding two zeroes behind it as the everything-for-five-dollars marketplace goes upscale, seeking to power the emerging "gig economy."
Fiverr, an online services marketplace that gives its community of skilled sellers a platform to market and sell whatever it is they can do from as little as $5, is relaunching its website with an overhauled design. It's also adding analytics and tools to help its users turn their Fiverr 'gigs', as it calls them, into more sustained and streamlined businesses.
Trying to earn a living these days isn't always easy. So when ABC7 came upon a website that could supplement your family's income, we gave it a good look.
Business Insider recently spent a week exploring Israel's super hot startup community, meeting with founders, employees and venture capitalists.
Beasts of the Sothern Wild is not just a beautiful story of an inquisitive little girl named Hushpuppy who tries to find meaning in a world coming apart, it's also a story of entrepreneurship and how successful startups prevail.
As an Internet entrepreneur, making accurate predictions for the coming year can be tricky: It's a market space prone to rapid change and relentless innovation. Here are three trends that Fiverr CEO Micha Kaufman is convinced will take center stage this year.
What started out as just a simple party trick for struggling actor Chris Ferretti turned into a pretty decent moneymaker!
On January 2nd 2013 we avoided leaping off the fiscal cliff.
You could say building a successful personal brand online comes down to understanding one rule: "It's not about what you want to say; it's about what you want people to know."
With the emergence of crowd business models and virtual marketplaces to connect employers to a broad base of employees, crowdsourcing is quickly turning into more than making a few dollars on the side.
Earn extra cash by taking advantage of these work-from-home job opportunities
Fiverr is listed among 25 tips to improve your financial situation.
"Online marketplaces thrive when the integrity of the relationship between buyers and sellers is centralized and protected."
If your business wanted to sell a $1 million gold-plated vacuum cleaner - or at least get people talking about it - what would you do? Commission a two-minute rap, of course!
A wave of start-ups are making it easier for small businesses to outsource tasks that they just don't have the time to do.
Without trust, eCommerce would collapse. When we purchase goods from a website we look for signs to assure us that we are not going to be scammed and that our financial information is protected.
Whether you are a nonprofit organization or a multinational corporation, it's necessary to complement your content with a visual ingredient.
Being willing to share is not only good, it's also profitable. The Internet revolution has done more than just break down market barriers; it's built a deeply connected society where everyone and everything is discoverable.
It is often said you will be judged in the first ten seconds of meeting someone. Businesses know how important this is, and rely on their brand strategy to convey meaning and impact in the shortest time possible.
One of our many fantastic sellers makes her CNET Debut (with a special appearance by our own CEO Micha Kaufman)
"If you can get a professional service at a far better price and more personalized to your specific needs from a small service provider than having gone through a traditional business or agency, would you think twice?"
Considering I talk a lot about Micro Entrepreneurs, you probably think I have an easy, one sentence definition for it: Honestly, I don't and here's why...
Many technology companies and entrepreneurs that deal with mostly virtual products are embracing the tactile business card.
Forty years ago, the average person followed an employment path largely determined by birth and education, often committing to one employer until retirement. Today you probably wouldn't even consider that as a viable option.
Interview with Fiverr Seller, vaughnonmovies, on the Fiverr on The Nate Berkus Show
Interview with Fiverr seller, professorpuppet, on the Fiverr on The Jeff Probst Show.
"Every startup needs a good story - a narrative - and every entrepreneur is a storyteller."
"It doesn't take any more work to create something that is residual than it does to create something you are just paid for one time .... to get started as quickly as possible, take advantage of giant powerhouses such as Amazon, eBay, iTunes and Fiverr."
Time Magazine outlines 7 ways to promote your business without resorting to gimmicks.
It looks as is Fiverr is about to break out of the Welshmen in thongs and goat-advertising market into something wholly more formidable...
According to the Freelancers' Union, at least 30% of the American workforce now qualifies as "independent workers." What's more, with continuing high unemployment and a brutal job market, it looks like more people are poised to join them.
"If you know how to work the system, you can make quite a bit of money selling Gigs on Fiverr."
"It's become like a nice little permanent job, and it's opened some great opportunities for me," says Chris Ferretti, who earns up to $2,000 a month using Fiverr.com
Daniel Tosh does some shopping on Fiverr in an episode of tosh.0 on Comedy Central.
The job market is changing, making room for a new breed of entrepreneurs.
People are using collaborative consumption platforms to become entrepreneurs. What's inspiring these new entrepeneurs?
Fiverr offers entrepreneurs the opportunity to outsource labor for one-off projects at basement prices.
"I expected nothing, but the orders started pouring in," Ingrassia said. "Over the past year, it's grown to five to fifteen orders per day, with people spending different amounts (between $10 and $20). To date, I've made $10,000 and the money just keeps growing."
Global online marketplace raised $15 million in second-round funding from Accel Partners and return backer Bessemer Venture Partners.
Fiverr has raised $15 million in seed funding from Accel Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners.
Fiverr raised $15 million in funding from Accel Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners. "Our vision is to turn Fiverr into the eBay for the service economy," says Kaufman.
Fiverr lands $15 million in funding from Accel Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners.
It is quite the multiplier effect. Fiverr, a website that lets "micro-entrepreneurs" offer small services for $5 a pop, just landed $15 million in funding.
Fiverr.com has raised $15 million in a second round of funding. Accel Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners provided the round, which will be used for growth.
"Silicon Valley investors are taking Fiverr seriously. Thursday it received $15 million from Accel Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners."
Fiverr, has secured $15 million in a second round of funding from Accel Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners. The company has grown 600 percent in transaction volume since the beginning of 2011.
"There is a lot of talented people on Fiverr, and it's a great way to make some good business connections. In a crazy economy, fiverr is a good choice for both sellers and buyers."
On Fiverr, various types of freelancers offer services for $5, now enables users to charge more through a new program for expanded services.
"The grand vision of Fiverr is really to create a marketplace where people can start small but take this hobby and create a business out of it,"
Fiverr's creative 404 page gets noticed by Forbes.
USA News Interviews Fiverr seller Chris Hardy.
The New York post interviews Fiverr sellers about being micro-entrepreneurs.
Moneyland article showcases the success of Fiverr seller Professor Puppet and introduces the new Levels system.
Following the success of eight-year-old Mollee Cunningham who raised enough money on Fiverr to buy an iPad and apps for her twin brother Josef's autism class.
"With Fiverr, you can get people to do some pretty amazing/insane things for you, so why not a unique Christmas gift?"
Today Show segment highlighting Christmas gifts available on Fiverr.
"For its part, Fiverr strives to answer the question: What is to be done for all of these unemployed, talented individuals who have disrupted traditional work patterns and drifted toward a global, outsourced, permanent form of freelance?"
"Fiverr's greatest appeal, though, is for freelancers and other "micro-entrepreneurs" willing to think creatively about their salable assets, including skills, knowledge or geographic location."
Mashable article about Fiverr a weeks after the site is launched.
Fox News segment on the growing popularity of freelancing websites features Fiverr.
"This new era of the microentrepreneur is a welcome development for struggling employers, not to mention casual freelancers who are happy to make a little cash off their hobbies."
"What do you get when you mix unemployment, frugal consumers and Internet boredom? "
Fiverr is listed in the CNN Money annual guide to the best stocks and funds, credit cards, career moves, retirement strategies, and much more.
G4 features Fiverr as a great site to make money online.
TechCruch introduces Fiverr after the site launch, "The idea is kind of brilliant and also entertaining."