Gustlers

A curation of services people will do for free

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Manny Orduña@manny_orduna
This takes "do work for free for exposure" to the next level 😔
Arthur Undi PhiriMaker@arthurundiphiri · Founder at Undi
@mannyorduna Definitely does. Thanks
Manny Orduña@manny_orduna
@arthurundiphiri I think you misunderstood my comment, I did not mean it in a good way.
Arthur Undi PhiriMaker@arthurundiphiri · Founder at Undi
@mannyorduna Would mind explaining a little
Manny Orduña@manny_orduna
@arthurundiphiri Job opportunity for the younger generation is absolutely awful as it is, requiring years of experience for entry level position. Not to mention how much worse this gets when looking at the creative industry; photography, graphic design, fashion, etc. These are the people that you are targeting in your branding. Graphic design being the worst example of "Do work for free and get exposure", most people will look for a logo, oops, thats free work done and no one gets paid, new brand identity established and the creator gets a little mention in text. Why no BSc based examples? Engineering? Comp Sci? Sciences?
Arthur Undi PhiriMaker@arthurundiphiri · Founder at Undi
@mannyorduna I see your points. Gustlers seeks to expose undiscovered people with amazing skills to get noticed. And they can quickly be noticed if they offer freebies as samples. It's a great tool for promoting services.
Arthur Undi PhiriMaker@arthurundiphiri · Founder at Undi
Hello Product Hunt. Gustlers is a curation of services that people are passionate about enough to do for free. On Gustlers you can discover professionals, businesses and hobbyists that are willing to offer you free versions of their amazing services. Service offerers are only enabled to monetize their services by including Express Service packages for clients that want to skip the queue.
Stephen Inoue@stepheninoue · Thinking, Making, Creating
Well it should give Fiver a run for no money. Consider adding certificates so that folks doing free work can claim it on LinkedIn and their resume. Consider adding paid gig add ons so that you and the provider can earn enough money to keep doing this free thing.
Arthur Undi PhiriMaker@arthurundiphiri · Founder at Undi
@riptide360 thanks for the tips. We'll definitely work on all your recommendations. :)