If you need to make a quick buck -- or five -- check out Fiverr, where you can test out the freelancing world in a different way. Users are identified as “buyers” and “sellers,” rather than employers and freelancers. Essentially, as a freelancer you are selling your services, and employers can opt to purchase your services starting at $5 and going up to $500. There’s also an optional service called Gig Extras, where you can charge up to $1,000 for a service. Fiverr caters to graphic designers, online marketers, writers, animators, video editors, programmers, and many more. Sellers post ads saying what they can do for buyers; for example, a seller might list an ad saying “I can create a logo for your company,” or “I will proofread and edit marketing materials.” It’s a unique spin on the traditional freelancer format, so if you want to make extra cash and keep it interesting, Fiverr might be for you.