Is Free-Enterprise Still Possible on The Internet?
Perth Australia (April 9, 2012) – A Web-based business has commenced activity on-line in the past week, it is a Freelancer exchange model, targeted at people of all kinds and from all walks of life.
The Information age has created an entirely new range of skills and demands for those skills. Cashgigs.Net seeks to enable citizens of the Internet to earn an income from a vast range of skills, skills that may have been developed online to begin with.
Social Marketing using You Tube, Face book and Twitter, account for many of the jobs sought after. But the range of jobs posted by Micro-lancers, as they are often called, are not limited to online marketing and Web-based activity.
“We welcome everyone from Psychics to Musicians,” a spokesman for the company said. The service is free to register and post jobs, and takes a small percentage of the fee asked for by Sellers, which can range from $5.00 to $50.00 currently.
With the millions of people who work with computers and on the Internet these days, there is an enormous demand for tasks and skills to be done quickly and cheaply, the Micro-lancers tend to rely on volume of sales, rather than inflated fees. “It is far better to have a hundred orders at $10.00 than 4 or 5 at $20.00” a CashGigs.Net Manager said.
The founder of the business, Michael D. Gorman, claims that the business is a personal project to determine if the spirit of Free-enterprise still exists on-line today: “With the advent of Internet Giants dominating on-line commerce, I am intrigued if an individual can start a business and watch it grow still.”
“With the Internet occupying a huge part of the business world in the 21st Century, it could be that people are hypnotized by the branding of corporate giants and may not realize they can earn a good income from their own skills,” Gorman commented. Cashgigs.Net although quite a new player, has seen encouraging growth. The Internet may still be a true enclave of Free-Enterprise.
Private Net-Citizens Cash In
The emergence of the Micro-Lancing market has been a direct development from companies such as Elance which deal with larger projects and attract high fees for completed work. “The beauty of the Micro-Job market is that both parties win,” Michael D Gorman said. “The person seeking help with their on-line marketing, or someone wanting a Tarot card reading, and the providers of these services, and both parties can be either a Seller or Buyer at different times. This is truly a beautiful way to do business.”
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