Are you looking for sites that will help you make money fast? How about if you could post a gig, and make five dollars?

Here are ten pages that will all to do so – some will even allow you to get more or less than five dollars.

Fiverr: The first site to offer this kind of service was Fiverr. You pay 20% fees, and you can withdraw your earnings after two weeks.

Gigswood: You can offer your Gigs for free on Gigswood, if you price them either $4, $9, or $19. After you’ve created your gig, everybody can take advantage of it, and when you’ve successfully sold one, your account will be credited the full amount, only deducted for PayPal fees. After that, you can withdraw your money.

7Freelance: At $7Freelance, the price is set at seven dollars, not five. Another huge difference from Fiverr is that you get paid directly to your PayPal account. No fees at all will be deducted. You even get a free eBook for creating your first gig.

TenBux: You’ve probably guessed that everything could be sold or bought for 10 dollars at this site, but you would be only partly right. You can also sell your gigs for five dollars. This site also makes it possible for you to get paid directly to your PayPal account. No fees.

JobsFor10: At jobs for $10, you can offer your gigs for $5, $10 or $20. Fees are 20%, and you’ll be paid after 48 hours of successful delivery.

Tenyt: This is another $10 gig place. Your account will get credited after 14 days, and the fees are 10%. Once your account reaches a balance of $40, you can request a payout to your PayPal account.

Gigbucks: You can post gigs at a range from $5 to $100 at Gigbucks. Fees are 18%, and you can withdraw after 24 hours.

GigBux: At GigBux, you can offer your services and products for $5, $10, and $20. You pay a fee, when you’ve sold a gig, but it is not clear how many percent it is. You can withdraw your payment after 48 hours. The link to Terms of service led to a blank page.

Zeerk: You get paid the same day at Zeerk, and you can offer your gigs at $5, $10, $15, or $25. If you make a $5, you don’t pay fees, except for the PayPal fees. For the other amounts, you pay around 20% in total.

JustAFive: At Just a Five, besides creating gigs at five dollars, you can offer them at $10 or $20. Fees are 20%, and you can withdraw after 48 hours.

GigHour: You can charge your gigs for $3, $5, $7 and $10 at GigHour, and there are no fees. You account will get credited after 48 hours after a successfully finished gig, and you can withdraw after 15 days.

Hopefully, Fiverr or at least one of those sites like Fiverr can help you make even more money online.



Source by Britt Malka