Popular freelance marketplace Fiverr is now launching an interactive Pinterest-like feature called ‘Inspire’. The latest feature is aimed at allowing users to engage with a regularly updated feed of graphical content curated especially for them. The Pinterest-like feature, Inspire was particularly developed to assist inspire new projects and support users to uncover freelancers on the marketplace. 


Fiverr Rolls Out New Pinterest-Like Feature ‘Inspire’


Users can employ Inspire by further interacting with the content by “liking” it in their feed and adding it to a mood panel or list within the app to reference it later. Fiverr states the new Pinterest-like feature, Inspire also aims to help users discover different services and abilities that may be valuable to their business or project requirements. Content within the feed is curated based on users’ recent inquiries and acquisitions. 


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The corporation notes that by employing native continuous exploration, users are not only exposed to content that is highly personal and applicable to them but also content that can be complementary to what they’ve earlier looked at. “We are excited to see what kind of inspiration and ideas come from this new Pinterest-like experience and to continue commemorating and recognizing the hard work of talented freelancers everywhere,” said Liron Markus, the vice president of product at Fiverr, in a statement about Inspire.


Recently Fiverr Acquired Stoke Talent to Manage Their Freelance Groups


This latest announcement of the new Pinterest-like feature, Inspire comes as Fiverr recently acquired Stoke Talent, which lets businesses handle their freelance groups, for $95 million. Stoke’s toolset contains features to onboard new freelancers; employers can further pay them through the platform and hence track their overall freelance allotments. 


In October, Fiverr obtained Seattle-based online learning firm CreativeLive for an unrevealed amount. CreativeLive is an entrepreneurial education platform where users can attend lectures on video, photography, design, business, marketing, and more. Previously this year, Fiverr grew beyond project-based payments with the inauguration of three or six-month subscriptions. 


Source: TechCrunch


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