May 29 2012
Gigbucks.com has hoards of clients selling services to and buying services from one another. Many people have abilities useful to others and don’t know how to reach the people who can use that ability. Others have websites or businesses but lack certain skills that can make their business more efficient or user friendly. But they don’t have a cost effective way of acquiring such skills. That’s where Gigbucks comes in.
Let’s say that Janie has launched a new online business editing written text for websites and wants to reach out to thousands of users of her favorite social network. By herself, she figures it’ll take weeks to reach that many people on the network. So, she goes to Gigbucks. There she learns that Ken is in the business of doing just that. She hires Ken and now she makes money with the people Ken gets her message to, and Ken makes money by providing the service. Meanwhile Jim, being aware that the written descriptions of the various rooms he has posted on his motel’s website seem to be all jumbled up, goes to Gigbucks. He finds Janie’s offer to edit website’s written content. He hires Janie to do the editing, and then discovers that Ken can get his motel advertisement with the cool new room descriptions to thousands of potential customers on a social network. That’s more money for Jim, Janie and Ken.
Gigbucks.com is the cost effective solution to anyone’s dilemma about buying and selling “money making” services using the internet.