Creating Your Seller Profile

First, you will need to create your seller profile. Your profile is how you present yourself to the community. You are encouraged to present yourself in a professional manner.

Creating Your MJob (Micro Job)

Your MJob is the service that you sell on Quick Jo. Creating your MJob is an opportunity to show off your talent and provide buyers with all the information they need to help them decide to do business with you.To list your micro job, simply just click on the button “post mjob” button right on top of the website. You can list as many jobs as you like. Ad images or videos to support your listing. There’s also an option to add extras.

Once your job has been submitted, it will stay pending for approval.  This may take up to 24 hours.  once approved, your list will be active for buyers to view and purchase.

Getting Paid

Everything is done via Quick Jo.  Once you’ve submitted the job and client has approved, your funds will be released in to your Quick Jo account.  you may only withdraw if you have a minimum of R200 available. This will be transferred to your South African Bank account following a 7 day clearance.


What Can I sell?

Be creative! You can offer any service you wish as long as it’s legal and complies with our terms. There are more than 100 categories you can browse to get ideas.

Howmuch can I make?

It all depends on you. The time you have available, the dedication and how responsive you are. Quick Jo was built to accommodate for both full-time and part time Freelancers.

Howmuch does it cost?

It’s free to join Quick Jo.  There is no subscription required or fees to list your services. You keep 80% of each transaction, i.e Quick Jo charges 20% commission on sales.

How much time do I need to invest

Quick Jo is very flexible. In the beginning its all about learning about the marketplace and finding your feet, then you can decide for yourself what amount of work you want to do.

How do I price my service

you set your pricing anywhere from $5 – $5000 and offer extras if required.

How do I get paid

To circumvent the risk of not being paid on time (or at all), Quick Jo’s projects include Payment Protection. This means that all invoicing and payments happen through us. Once you complete a buyer’s order, the money is transferred to your Quick Jo account.  You may then request withdrawal and the funds will be transferred to your South African Bank Account supplied by you.  No need to chase clients for payments.