Big Businesses Saving A Fortune On Advertising
An exciting new way that businesses large and small are saving a fortune on getting their products known and advertised.
Large and Small businesses are saving a fortune on advertising. How are they doing this? Let’s break down the basics. When businesses go to create commercials there are unions, actors, stunt men, camera men, grips, agents, writers, catering, and much more! There are a large number of people that need to be paid to create products.
Hungry Jack’s is a huge national hamburger chain in Australia. They got the bright idea to create a national commercial on TV using a website called Fiverr.com. This is a micro-job site where very talented people from all over the world post what they are willing to do for $5.00. This can be anything from videos, graphics, logos, advertising, or even getting article’s written!
Companies are able to access talent from anywhere via the internet, everything from the professional to the zany. Get a policeman from New Zealand, a testimonial in front of the Taj Mahal (literally, live in front of the Taj Mahal!), a fake psychic reading from an Old Bitty Grandma in the US, a dancing guy in a thong that sings in Welsh, an Australian Nature enthusiast, and even spaghetti soup writing from the UK.
Literally, almost every country is represented on this website. It’s not just limited to this world, you can even get a message from heaven or hell. As Jamie Honey, a top rated fiverr seller says, “Fiverr is fantastic, it’s limited only by your imagination!”
In a bad economy, getting any sort of work is a blessing. Not only has fiverr helped big companies out by giving great deals, they have also helped people out all over the world get a nice income in a ’not so great’ economy.
Jamie Honey, an Aussie now living in the US, decided outdoor construction in the ever changing weather of Washington State wasn’t his ideal long term plan. So, when he discovered fiverr, he used his construction skills to turn a room in his house into a studio with a green screen. His new focus on film led to one of his videos being shown on the Ellen Degeneres Show as a ’dance dare’ dancer.
So, whether you are a large or small business, you could save tons of money using micro job sites! You could even get jobs done for as little as the cost of a latte. Or maybe you have some creative ideas of your own? What are you willing to do for $5.00? What do you want for $5.00? Find out for yourself! Go to Fiverr.
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