So you’re searching for Fiverr alternatives, and you happen upon this website called tenrr.com. What is it? Can it really be a viable Fiverr alternative?
After seeing the tremendous success Fiverr has achieved, many people thought to themselves, “Hey! Why can’t I do it too?” Many, Fiverr copies have sprung up. However, most have not had any success, and only a handful actually are still in business.
When it comes to Tenrr, people may be fooled into thinking that it is one of the lucky few that have survived, because unlike Twentyville and Fittytown, whose websites are now defunct and disabled, Tenrr.com is still live on the internet. However, it is a dead site, that has been abandoned by its owner. How do I know?
- I tried to sell a gig, but it must be first approved by admin. It’s still awaiting approval, though I submitted it a week ago. (Update: Around 7 months later, I see that it has been approved, and it has received 127 views).
- Its most recent gigs never change.
- Searching through 20+ pages of gigs, they all have zero reviews, zero orders in queue, etc.
- Its blog and social media accounts have not been updated since 2013 (I’m writing this on New Year’s Eve of 2016).
The model of Tenrr was to allow freelancers to sell gigs from $1 through $10, with no commissions taken, meaning Tenrr generated revenue through advertisements.
However, I just wanted to give you all a heads-up not to waste your time with it, as it is defunct. 🙁
Fortunately, Fiverr and some others are still around 🙂
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And if you have visited Tennr and see that it has some sprung back to life, why not let us know in the comments below? We all would appreciate it!