LONDON, ENGLAND, July 13, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Fourerr was once founded in a dream of providing better job opportunities for all, no matter where a person is located in the world. By helping sellers earn, one micro job at a time, Fourerr aimed to make a difference, no matter how big or small. As three years have passed and the platform grew bigger and more popular, among service providers and business owners alike, it is time to recognize that with this growth comes a huge responsibility.
In line with the launch of Fourerr's new website comes changes in its Terms of Service
, to ensure a better quality of micro jobs being offered. Starting the 1st of June, Fourerr has made a tough decision and finally puts an end to any services being sold that violates the terms and conditions of social networking sites and other online websites.
These type of shady micro jobs include those that promise an instant boost in website traffic, those that offer instant ranking on the top page of search engines, those that sell social media likes and following, false online paid reviews, selling of digital goods that violate intellectual property and copyrights, and get-rich quick schemes.
Currently, new jobs submitted to the site are being reviewed by the site's quality assurance team. Sellers are highly encouraged to post services that are within web standards and best practices - such as graphic design, coding, virtual assistance, multimedia, website creation and hosting, writing and editing, arts and crafts. On top of these changes, users can now sell their services starting at US$4 and earn up to US$700
in micro jobs sold.
Fourerr recognizes that online marketing is not a number's game - but it's all about nurturing relationships that matter most to your brand. The major revamp is not easy, and not everyone will welcome this big change. Still, Fourerr is taking a stand in doing what is right.Fourerr
is an online marketplace that connects people who want to buy and/or sell micro jobs for a flat rate that starts at US$4. Founded in 2011, the platform is growing with more than 29K active members, more than $170K in sales, and over 43K in micro jobs registered.