New York, NY, July 02, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- As freelancing becomes a ever popular form of work, so does the number of freelancer exchange platforms. Micro Job Market, the black horse among the freelance platforms, has been gaining its influence and momentum from it's fair-trade, commission-free policy.
Just over the weekend before the approaching of July 2019, Micro Job Market got its first 1000 members. John Hersh, The founder of mJob Market, indicates that this is a tremendous achievement considering the fact that Micro Job Market goes for full organic growth so far.
"We want freelancers to use Micro Job Market as a marketing platform for themselves," Hersh said. He further pointed out that there are people who like the convenience of using commission based platforms, that is okay. However, there are freelancers who want to grow beyond just another user and to build their own clientele. Micro Job Market provides a great place for these freelancers.
Most of the freelance jobs fall on graphic design, web development and translation categories. Micro Job Market wants to help freelancers explore new ways to earn more income by including the "tourism" service on its platform.