With its recently announced pay-per-project marketing outsourcing solutions, Fiverr strives to support overwhelmed and overworked business owners in the US and Canada.
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Following the announcement, businesses without in-house marketing departments or whose internal teams require added expertise to deliver upcoming projects can join Fiverr’s freelancer marketplace platform to start filling in skill gaps in their workforce.
Fiverr has curated a global marketplace of freelancers prepared to assist in the launch of social media campaigns, provide branding and visual design services, and produce authority-building content for business sites.
By leveraging the network of independent workers, small business owners, managers, and marketers can remain focused on overseeing their day-to-day assignments and connecting with prospects.
For years, corporations such as Google have had more freelancers and independent contractors on their payroll than permanent workers, with the latest statistics indicating that 54% of the business’ workforce is external. Freelancing has become an increasingly popular option for businesses of all sizes looking to scale their operations.
Recently, delegating certain processes to third parties has become more accessible and affordable for smaller businesses with the rise of freelancer marketplace platforms such as Fiverr. In fact, according to LinkedIn, 70% of small to medium-sized businesses in the US have at least occasionally used freelancers to complete projects.
By joining the Fiverr platform, business owners and project managers gain access to a catalog of freelancers as part of an international network of experienced marketing professionals. Options can be filtered by budget, timeline, and field of expertise, helping businesses connect with marketing experts with previous experience with SEO, social media, e-commerce, and video marketing campaigns.
Rather than hiring internal marketing teams, which can put pressure on budgets and consume valuable time in the recruitment and administrative processes, more businesses are turning to freelancers with tight expertise in their field of interest. According to a report by Clutch, digital marketing is the second most commonly outsourced function for small businesses, with 34% of them turning to agencies or freelancers to fill skill gaps in their internal teams.
Fiverr can help SMBs source industry talent to work in tandem with their in-house marketing teams to collaborate on projects aimed at enhancing their online visibility, and ensuring brand identity is consistent across platforms. The platform also features a dashboard that allows client businesses to track orders and oversee payments.
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