How It Works
iPerHour is a site that connects people and services both online and geographically. When you enter the site, approve the notification to use your location. This notification usually opens at the top of your browser. iPerHour uses your location to find potential employers or employees in your vicinity, whether you are at home, on the road, or at a job site of your own. After verifying your location, you are ready to seek out the service or employment you need. Click either “Find & Hire” or “Start Working” according to your needs.
Tell us about yourself and advertise your skills on iPerhour by filling out your worker profile. You can either look for employers who are searching for contractors like you, or you can sit back, relax, and let the employers find you!
Find & Hire:
On the right side of the page, you can search for contractors by selecting the type of work you need completed in the drop-down menu titled “Add category” and by filling in a specific job title in the space underneath titled “Search”. Press the blue icon to view your location, which is marked by a drop-pin on the Google map near the top of the page. Employees near you will be marked by red drop-pins on the Google map. The bottom two drop-down menus in the “Search Near You” panel allow you to search for potential employees by their distance from you in either miles or kilometers, respectively. Once you have these details filled in, simply click “Submit” to view the workers near you!
On the left side of the page, you will see employees listed in three separate tabs, including “Recently Listed”, “Most Popular”, and “Random”. Once you find a potential employee that you are interested in, click on their profile to view more information. Contact potential employees by filling out the “Leave a message” form. When you fill out and submit this form, the potential employee will receive your message via text (SMS). If you do not receive a message of confirmation from the potential employee within one hour, you will receive an automatic response of “Unavailable” from the iPerHour system.