With over 1.5 million users, HIVEmicro isn’t yet on par with huge talent platforms like Freelancer, Fiverr and Upwork. But for talent looking to break into a highly competitive market, as well as for businesses looking for outsourcing value for money, this hive of activity might add a little sweetness.
Free registration, a mobile app for working and requesting work on the go, PayPal integration and very low fees are what you’ll find. But microwork reviews from Freelancers do talk about how they have to complete a lot of tasks to earn money; those working in countries with a higher cost of living will have to put in a lot of hours.
Microwork at HIVEmicro is varied: image content identification, identifying or boxing images and transcription duties, for example. Those repetitive tasks that businesses don’t want to pay huge sums for – and which, at HIVEmicro, they don’t have to.
When it comes to micro jobs reviews, this company scores better for business owners than Freelancers, but only because of the microwork payment system. Jobs get done and workers get paid – and that’s not always such plain sailing in the work from home sector.