When selecting or working with a gig platform or marketplace, whether buying or selling gigs, you need to understand: what is the total cost? You should always try to compare the total cost of a gig platform so you know what you’re dealing with. Often the higher percentage the gig provider takes or charges, the more confusing or complicated they make it in presenting those costs; so if it’s hard to understand the total cost on a platform, that means they are often very high and don’t want to openly disclose the costs.
You now have many options on one gig platform to buy research reports. Last Wednesday, Communal News (CN) and Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) Low Cost Marketplace launched their new gig service: Buy Research Report. The news system allows for any Market Research publisher to post an article using the company’s combined services and it will be published on Communal News as it always has been; Communal News often receives more than 30 research reports from writers in a single day.
Having a rapidly growing global newspaper integrated into a freelance gig service has proven to provide both with a tremendous advantage. Communal News (CN) is helping to launch Freelance Global Gigs(FGG) Low Cost Marketplace) with propelled rocket-like growth at FGG Low Cost Marketplace, as CN articles demonstrate how Buyers and Sellers can save more money with significant low-cost advantages.
When products and services move to low-cost, more advanced platforms they often help expand the entire marketplace. When reviewing gig platforms, the very first thing you review is total cost. The largest gig platforms charge as much as 27-28% of every dollar. In today’s internet this is beyond over charging.
You need to understand “gigs” and “gig platforms” are different from freelance jobs. This articles is focused on gig-based platforms. The very first thing you need to look at is total cost. If you look at the overall total costs, many of the gig platform (including the largest gig platform) have total costs that come in at over 27-28%.
So if you’re a buyer and seller conducting a transaction, these platforms could make well over 25% of the profit from your activities. That is just way to much for the internet age.