1. MicrojobEngine WordPress Theme by EngineThemes


    Fiverr-style job listings WordPress theme


    MicrojobEngine allows you to set up a microjobs website (similar to Fiverr) – with all of the powerful tools, features, and functionality you could need.

    Features: built-in payment system, track orders (for buyers and sellers), minimalist design, optimized for conversions, private messaging between users, user dashboard, ratings/review system, and more!

  2. FreelanceEngine WordPress Theme by EngineThemes


    Freelance marketplace WordPress theme


    FreelanceEngine allows you to create a Freelancer’s marketplace.

    Similar to eLance, UpWork, ODesk, and Envato Studio – this type of site can be set up as a standalone solution or integrated into an existing site to extend the functionality of your current undertakings and projects.

  3. TaskerDev WordPress Theme by Sitemile


    Task(s) marketplace WordPress theme


    TaskerDev gives you everything you need to set up a task marketplace – whether you’re creating a digital services marketplace or a local services site.

    Features: user ratings/reviews, sell digital goods, payment gateway support, private messaging, notifications, and dozens of options you can customize.

  4. Project Theme WordPress Theme by Sitemile

    Project Bidding Theme

    Job/gig/task/service bidding WordPress theme


    Project Theme takes a little different approach as micro jobs theme by allowing users to bid on individual tasks and jobs.

    While it shares many similarities to the other themes in this list, it differs by not only offering project bidding, but also allowing a local element where users can search via zip code and radius.

  5. Pricerr WordPress Theme by Sitemile


    WordPress theme like Fiverr


    Pricerr is touted as the #1 theme for creating a micro jobs site, and is about as close to a Fiverr clone that you will find.

    Features: custom post types for tasks/projects, multiple payment gateways (including BitCoin), email notifications, private messaging, user profiles, multiple currencies, and a number of other robust features and settings.

  6. Hirebee WordPress Theme by AppThemes


    WordPress theme like oDesk, Guru, and Freelancer.com


    HireBee allows you to create an online freelance marketplace for services.

    While this theme shares more in common with sites like Guru, Freelancer.com, or oDesk than it does Fiverr – the basic functionality that you’re looking for remains the same.

    Features: highly modifiable sidebars, built-in loyalty program, posting of projects, “terms negotiation”, advanced filtering and search, special “workspace” for freelancers and those hiring, custom roles, customize pricing terms, user dashboards, notifications, and many other extras.

  7. Micro Jobs WordPress Theme by PremiumPress

    Micro Jobs Theme

    Responsive micro jobs WordPress theme


    Micro Jobs Theme is a premium solution for those looking for one of the very best micro-job WordPress themes available on the market.

    With a grid-style layout, this theme gives your visitors the ability to easily filter and find exactly what they’re looking for: submit jobs, look for postings, and manage their listings and information via their own custom dashboard.

  8. Taskerr WordPress Theme by AppThemes


    Microjobs WordPress theme like Fiverr


    Taskerr takes its inspiration directly from the popular site, providing a powerful solution for a microjobs site – allowing you to create a marketplace for small tasks that features robust functionality and a modern design.

    Features: highly customizable sidebars, escrow payments and PayPal, dashboard notifications for users and administrators, multiple pricing models/options, “favoriting”, list services/gigs, and professional HTML email templates are some of the theme’s highlights.


  • hi i use appthemes but you in right my englisch not so good but i try explain
    i use classipress(ads) and vantage(directory) theme are stable there are no bugs but also no support
    you can use forum but there are only support from other user
    if you write ticket to support they ned days some tickets i see not response for months user cry please help anybody help
    we open tickets and support just close it yes without ask if they cna help just close our tickets
    help we recieve from seller of plugins or child themes
    you need to explain bug yuo cna not just write hi support i need help in this case they dont answer you
    so if you explain bug they read and decide to help or to leave you alone if they think you can get helped from other user
    sometimes i read soemone need hel and if i can i answer ticket and help
    if you buy appthemes theme be sure there is not support bu tquality of code ok

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