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Sites like Airtasker that you need to know about

Airtasker's marketplace brings together people with specialised skills and people needing to outsource a job. Here's how the alternatives compare.


Whether it's handyman work, photography, writing, house cleaning or market research, Airtasker is there to lend an extra hand. Users can post a task for free and select from verified, reviewed workers. But if you can’t find what you want on Airtasker, where can you go to find similar sites?

We’ve done the hard work for you and gathered a list of alternatives to Airtasker. Check them out below!


1. Upwork

If it can be done on a computer, you'll be able to find it on Upwork. From mobile programming to content creation, the job contracts can be short-term, long-term or ongoing.

  • Multiple billing methods so you can choose between credit card, PayPal or bank transfer
  • Global marketplace
  • Over 1 million reviews
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2. Fiverr

Fiverr is a freelance online marketplace that allows you to post services or skills, with categories of work including graphics and design, writing, translation and web development.

  • No hourly rates, just project-based pricing
  • Trusted by companies like Facebook, Google, Netflix, PayPal and more
  • Protected payments
  • 24/7 support
Go to Fiverr

3. DesignCrowd

DesignCrowd is a global marketplace for custom graphic design. Whether you need a logo designed or a new print graphic T-shirt, you'll be able to find the help you need here.

  • 100% money-back guarantee
  • Worldwide presence so you can get tasks done 24/7
  • Commitment to quality
Go to DesignCrowd

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4. Oneflare

Oneflare is an Australian online marketplace connecting consumers with experts, specifically within the home improvement and services market. Customers just answer a few simple questions about the job they're hoping to get done, await quotes from up to three expert businesses and then decide who they would like to hire after comparing quotes, business profiles and reviews.

  • Oneflare has an On-Time guarantee
  • All businesses listed are verified
  • You can manage your leads on the go via an app


5. Gumtree

Gumtree is one of the most famous online marketplaces in the world. You can find almost anything on Gumtree, from part-time jobs to apartments, to handymen and furniture removals.

  • It's free to list an ad
  • Loads of categories
  • Manage, track and promote listings from the app


6. 99Designs

99Designs is a creative platform that connects creative freelancers to small businesses. It values top talent and handles all the logistics, so creative freelancers can focus on designing.

  • Easy to use platform
  • Choose a bronze, silver, gold or platinum design package depending on your budget
  • You can work directly or start a contest


7. Freelancer

Freelancer allows you to outsource small jobs, big jobs and everything in between. Similar to Airtasker, you receive bids on the project you're offering, and then choose from a talented team of skilled freelancers.

  • Live chat and 24/7 support is available
  • Secure payments
  • Used by companies like Amazon, Facebook and NASA


8. Guru

Guru is a popular freelancer platform that can be used for technical, creative or business projects. It gives freelancers the opportunity to market in-demand skills on a global level for minimum cost.

  • 99% customer satisfaction rate
  • Flexible payment systems available
  • 24/7 customer support team

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