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The website Fiverr.com offers an enticing proposition to users: Buy (or sell) any service for $5 a pop. There’s no need to negotiate pricing or to fret too much about hiring the right person for an extended job. If you’re a small business with the need to offload some short-term work, such as graphic design or copyediting, you can find a willing worker with a few clicks.
Micha Kaufman, co-founder and chief executive of Fiverr, says simplicity was his original goal when he and his co-founder launched the site in early 2010. “Today, everyone has a talent that someone else needs. [We thought], ‘How cool would it be to put these amazing talents together in one place?'” While other freelance marketplaces were more onerous, requiring price negotiation and back-and-forth to define the scope of work, Kaufman says at Fiverr, the initial focus on a single price point ($5) takes that…
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