The UK-based task marketplace Taskhub has rolled out a new feature that allows users to offer specific services, as well as post notices about help that is needed.
Launched in 2012, up until now Taskhub has allowed users to outsource errands to trusted local individuals or small businesses, but has launched a new section on its website today called Taskhub Offers, which allows people to post adverts for tasks they’re willing to do for others. Naturally, Taskhub screens all the offers posted before they appear on site.
For example, you might be willing to walk someone’s dog, clean their oven or help them put furniture together – all of which users can now advertise and set their own rates for. However, it’s not just designed for chores – it can also be used to learn (or teach someone else) a foreign language, sell some bespoke jewellery, teach someone to sing, or virtually any other of monetizable task, knowledge or hobby you may be able to help out with.
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