Service pro? Looking for more work? Here are 25 of the newest lead generation sites (apps similar to TaskRabbit) that can help you find more jobs. We’ll also explain how each site works and how it can help you get more leads.
Never lose a lead who doesn’t want to sign-up for a profile – users don’t need to provide personal info to find your business.
If you’re a Lowe’s service pro member, sign up for Porch. It generates leads by connecting homeowners with handymen inside stores.
Want high traffic to your website? This TaskRabbit alternative has 1M active leads through Google, Bing, and Facebook.
Tired of homeowners who disappear after you’ve provided an estimate? Homenovator excepts only premium projects with detailed information.
5. This TaskRabbit alternative requires pros to have a minimum of $1M in insurance. Become a member and avoid damaging property.
Do you need an app that only has your branding? HireRush’s premium service allows custom domains, phone numbers, and advanced design options.
Sometimes you want more freedom when prospecting. HandyManMatters allows you to qualify your own leads and gather project scope information.
Dominate sales in your neighborhood. Naybur users find you based on community referrals, not paid advertisements.
Build more business with realtors. Homekeepr connects you with over 180,000 realtors who need your services through referrals.
Similar to Taskrabbit, Umbrella targets seniors. Work is priced at $16/hr for small plumbing and electrical work.
Dobby claims never to send a bad lead. You work through the mobile app, and it’s currently available only on Apple.
Jiffy prices jobs for you! For example, junk removal services start at $150 to fill up ⅛ of a truck.
This TaskRabbit alternative takes care of the logistics. Home Managers create a detailed project scope for you.
You can’t bid on leads or open a profile. However, payments are larger than on apps like TaskRabbit.
This site has millions of homeowners across the country. Top pros deliver estimates in person to get higher-paying jobs.
CraftJack removes a step for you and phone-varifies users. This guarantees homeowners are serious leads.
Average Handy users earn $45/hour. Top pros earn $1,000 per week.
Self-described as “the Amazon of services,” Bark guarantees to have more leads. They also support on-demand home services such as dog walking, life coaching, and even magicians.
HomeFlock is a public record of your business. Prospects can contact past customers to see if you’re a fit.
Serviz has created 45,000 since 2012. Similar to apps like TaskRabbit, its system works so that better ratings generate more leads.
Set up a profile, wait for leads, and send an estimate – simple!
You’re promised a job within 24 hours if chosen. All leads include an immediate project and a shorter sales cycle.
Their motto says they “provide jobs, not leads.” Expect quick projects and no registration fees.
Networx offers special promotions to boost your profile. The best-reviewed service pros get more exposure.
Ringleader promises exclusive leads with no bidding. So, your job offers are never shared with other service pros!
You can’t improve what you don’t measure
Want to advertise on any of these companies like Taskrabbit? You’ll have to get very clear about your costs vs. return on investment. Otherwise, you could actually lose money.
Workiz’s ad tracker lets you see how many calls and jobs came as a result of your advertising efforts. Then, once you know whether or whether or not a lead source is paying off, you can decide to double down or kill it altogether.
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