How do I become a seller on Quick Jo

More people are turning online to make an income. Quick Jo is the platform that help South Africans do that. If you have a skill that other people may find beneficial, chances are that you can make an income with that on Quick Jo.

Quick Jo started with a simple concept, offer a service and get paid every time you do it for someone.

How does it work?

Quick Jo is a marketplace that connects buyers and sellers. Buyers look for services within various categories.  Herewith some of the categories available on Quick Jo

  • Graphics & Design
  • Programming & Tech
  • Digital Marketing
  • Business
  • Fun & Lifestyle
  • Music & Audio
  • Video Animation
  • Writing & Translation
  • etc

Sellers, meanwhile, are the people offering those services. They create Micro Jobs that buyers pay for.


Is there a joining fee?

There’s no fee to join — just create a free account to be on your way.

What if I want to take a break from Quick Jo

You can pause and resume your MJobs anytime from your Dashboard.

How do you get paid?

When you’re ready to cash out, you have four options to withdraw your funds:

  • Direct deposit to a South African Bank Account
  • Paypal
  • Payfast
  • or via E-Wallet (a valid cellphone number is required)

What are the benefits on Quick Jo

  • Lots of possibilities for MJobs. You’d be surprised at the types of Jobs you’ll find on Quick Jo. If you think other people might benefit from one of your skills (and you can fulfill your Job online), then you’ll probably find an appropriate category on Quick Jo.
  • Offer services you’re passionate about. Quick Jo is a great place for out-of-the-box thinking. If you’re highly interested in a topic and can offer a service for it, you can do it on Quick Jo.
  • Great potential earnings. You’re not limited to charging R50. Mix and match services with various add-ons, and you could create a nice side business or full time job for yourself.
  • Get paid online. You can withdraw your earnings conveniently without having to chase after money.
  • Work as much or as little as you want. You can always pause your Job if you’d like a break.

What to watch out for

  • Keep an eye on your customer reviews. Your ratings will show potential customers that your Job is worth paying for. Provide excellent service to keep your star rating high.
  • You probably won’t get rich right away. Selling on Quick Jo isn’t a get-rich-quick scheme. When you’re getting started, acquiring those first few customers and building a name for yourself may be the toughest tasks.
  • Quick Jo Commission. As a seller, you’ll pay 20% commission from each Job to Quick Jo.

Why choose Quick Jo over another service?

  • It’s Local:  Because Local is lekker.  using an international platform means you have to compete with international buyers.
  • Unique concept.  Quick Jo is a place where you can set up a virtual store. Create detailed pages that explain what you’re offering and how you can help customers.
  • Set your own rates. Quick Jo lets the sellers set their rates on Micro Job pages.
  • Get started by charging a low fee. You don’t have to charge high prices right away. On Quick Jo R50-R500 is a common starting price.

How much will I earn

Attracting customers for those first few ratings can be difficult. Especially as a new seller with no reviews, it’s hard to convince buyers to give you their hard-earned money. Make it easier by creating the best MJob page possible. To get the ball rolling on your Jobs, ask your friends and family to buy your services at affordable price. Once they get great value from you,  you’ll get a few five-star ratings that may soon get you a few job requests a week.

July 10, 2021