London, United Kingdom, July 09, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Many of us that are familiar with outsourcing or making money online through micro job websites will be well familiarised with Fiverr. Through the success of this one intriguing site, many more similar sites have been created with the same intention behind them – giving people a chance to buy and sell small jobs online for a small amount of money. One person in particular who is especially accustomed to all the inner working of these sites is Thomas De Vos.
ON 1st of July 2011 Thomas has become the new CEO (Chief Executive Officer) at Fourerr.com, one of Fiverr’s duplicate sites. Where Fiverr lets people buy and sell ‘gigs’ for $5 i.e. a ‘fiver’, Fourerr is for those people who just want to earn or spend $4, a 20% cheaper alternative. It’s not a complicated initiative, and the fact that a profile on a site like Fourerr is so simple to set up has now ensured an increase in its popularity.
Over the past three to four months, Fourerr has had more people join its online community than ever before. The principle of this is fairly clear too; if more people are there to buy the gigs, the more money sellers are going to earn. It is this rise in Fourerr’s reputation that means that it is well on its way to becoming the Number One Gig Marketplace. Thomas can especially see that Fourerr definitely possesses the potential of being the best place to buy and sell gigs, particularly if its popularity is to increase at the same rate as it has been.
Anyone can tell that Thomas’ heart and soul is in the company. A family man who is originally from Belgium but now living in the UK with his “wonderful wife and four children” (a direct quote from the man himself), he is also extremely business minded. His emphasis as a CEO is on the importance of buyers and sellers being able to access support from people online on sites such as Fourerr, TTenner and Fiverr.
Thomas also says: “I recognise the worldwide brand of Fourerr and how this actually changes the economic model whereby people can make money online very quickly without any setup and return high quality pieces of polished work that are in line with their skills.” It is with this thinking that people across the globe can gain access to micro job sites on which they can earn small amounts of money for a short job, however the more gigs they sell, the more money there is to be earned!
There is no doubt with Thomas’ positivity he will do well in his position as CEO at Fourerr, and if it’s success rate continues the way it is going, he will definitely have fun taking on the job too.