SaveTimeGigs Is The Newest Micro Task Marketplace To Advertise Your Jobs Tasks

Durango, CO (PressExposure) March 13, 2012 -- SaveTimeGigs is a micro job site marketplace where people take their job skills, life experiences, training, capabilities and all manner of amassed talents, resources and equipment and post it on a gig task listing for outsourcers to cultivate.

If you have a product, service, website or some well rounded skill set you would like to make available online as a service provider than SaveTimeGigs is the newest social marketing micro task marketplace to advertise your jobs on. Here as a freelancer you can promote your services from $5 and in five dollar increments all the way up to $100. You don't have to request a customer buy two, three or more of your gigs as is the common practice at fiver type sites. You can register one or many gig task(s) on the site free of charge in any of their 21 separate categories.

Unlike many other task platform type sites that hold your profits up to a 30 day duration, this site authorizes disbursement of your job task profits within 72 hours after the task is completed. Once the customer finalizes and administration conducts an overview it is a simple email request for payment. All transactions are processed thru PayPal which is a well received and worldwide secure online payment medium. A PayPal account is free to set up and it accepts all major credit card transactions foreign and domestic.

As an outsourcer if you have any doubt about the quality or timeliness of services being considered you can rest assured below par service providers are tagged by customer reviews and evaluations you can clearly see. Yes, there is a thumbs down rating now and again but; just like a job anywhere else - sustained poor performance and low quality services gets a freelancer behind the scene termination and site access denial.

SaveTimeGigs is just now staffing up and is hiring freelancers in Advertising, Business, Charity, Fun & Bizarre, Gifts, Graphics, Linking, Music & Audio, Photography, Post Cards, Programming, Search Engine Marketing, Social Media, Technology, Tips & Advice, Translation Services, Travel, Video, Web Design, Writing and Other categories not yet listed.

The site is a micro task marketplace so; no task is too small for a freelancer to list. Service providers have an area to list their bio for public review and plenty of characters available to fully explain their gig task listing and display graphics.

The site administration is ramping up preparations for a massive advertising campaign to draw both service providers and customers to this up and coming highly motivated mini marketing provision. They have started press release distributions, article marketing and social site tweets. They are building a Facebook Fanpage, uploading Utube Videos, putting together PowerPoint presentations for slideshow upload and much more. To assist freelancers in also directing traffic to the site there is an area being built where they can go to get advertising tools for their sites, blogs, local papers, etc. such as banners, buttons, articles, email campaigns, flyers, postcards and more.

If there was ever a place to get into a grand opening event SaveTimeGigs.com is it. The time allotted for starting an extra income opportunity from your home or business is a wise investment and this site is a great place to be. The bottom line is simply if you are looking for work or have work that can't wait to be outsourced this SaveTimeGigs site is well worth joining and book marking for all future needs and use within the gig task arena.

About Save Time Gigs

Ronald Hudkins oversees the operation of a social media micro task marketplace. He insures there exists a seamless posting of micro jobs by service providers. He offers 21 categories for freelance service providers to post their job skills onto. Heavily advertises [http://SaveTimeGigs.com] so outsourcers can find and cultivate mini task postings.

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Press Release Submitted On: March 12, 2012 at 1:41 pm
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