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Tour the US with TaskRabbit: Tasker Luke’s Story

Being a Tasker means complete flexibility when managing your schedule and location. Last summer, Tasker Luke B. set out on a road trip across the US and shared his experience. Luke completed tasks in 10+ cities, gaining new experiences while helping Clients along the way! Read on to hear more about Luke’s adventures tasking around the country. What made you want to take this trip? My first love is traveling. America is an incredible country, full of astounding geological terrain and brilliant human diversity. What better way to see this and meet brilliant people than by tasking around the country? What’s the most interesting task you have picked up along your journey? Denver was a lot of fun — I got to work with a local Tasker named Paul (a friend now) cooking hamburgers and hotdogs for over 150 people at an office BBQ. I also picked up an amazing task in New York City that ended up taking me out to the Hamptons! Is there one thing that you do for all of your Clients to …

Interview with Charlotte Tasker Glenn S.

It’s been over a month since we launched our first new wave of cities, so we caught up with one of Charlotte’s founding Taskers, Glenn S. Glenn has completed 13 tasks, and received 100% positive reviews! Read on to learn how he amazes his Clients, and how he’s doing creating his own business on TaskRabbit! How has it been going in Charlotte? It’s been great! Tasks have been coming in regularly! I have been tasking at least once or twice a day, and I even have repeat Clients — one of my Clients has hired me 3 times! I found out she was a DJ for a morning radio show, and she’s been talking about using Taskrabbit on her show! It was really great that she was talking up TaskRabbit, and promoting my business. What do you think is needed to be successful on TaskRabbbit? The key is being organized, responding quickly and communicating efficiently with all your Clients. I like to ask Clients for pictures and details, especially for complicated tasks. Do your homework and ask …