Gigbucks makes it easy for everyone to buy and sell micro gigs!
(PRWEB) August 22, 2012
Gigbucks.com, one of the leading micro job sites, now makes it easy for someone to post a request for a task, service, or gig. With its recent improvements to the “Request a Gig,” or “Wants,” service, Gigbucks has created a useful service for shoppers wishing to purchase a micro gig and boasts a feature no other micro gig site offers.
Micro gig sites, including Gigbucks, allow freelancers to post gigs that they are willing to do for a particular amount of money, and users, or buyers, purchase those gigs. Some buyers, not finding the gig they’re looking for, prefer to post their own gig and choose from the freelancers who respond to their gig posting.
The new Want service allows shoppers to post their micro gigs and specify the price they are willing to pay for the gig.
Buyers can also create a full description of the project as well as a timeline. Some buyers are in a particular hurry for their projects, while others have a more relaxed schedule.
The most new important feature in the revamped “Wants” service is a Gigbucks exclusive: recurring gigs requests. Many buyers use Gigbucks as a regular outsourcing service. Previously, and on other services, users are forced to re-order a gig each time and this has been automated with weekly or monthly recurring options.
Gigbucks, as one of the major micro gig sites, seeks to create the best experience for both freelancers and buyers. By improving the “Wants” service, Gigbucks hopes to make the service easier to use and more productive for both buyers and freelancers.
By making the gig request service easier and faster and offering recurring bids, Gigbucks intends to create an even better experience for everyone on Gigbucks.com