All posts tagged: TaskRabbits

We Want You For TaskRabbit

We Want You To Become a TaskRabbit. Apply Now!

We’re seeing more and more tasks posted every single day, and we’re looking to add even more amazing TaskRabbits to our community to help people get things done. Think you’ve got what it takes to task? If you’d be awesome at helping people and companies get things done, you might make a great TaskRabbit. From using your car or bike to deliver things to people in your city to taking longer-term assignments at offices, you’ll find hundreds of tasks each day on the TaskRabbit marketplace. You set your own schedule, determine your own rates, and choose the types of tasks you’d like to do. Plus, you get to be part of the greatest community on earth. Ready to join us? Apply now.

The TaskRabbit Credo

Our mission is to connect busy people with entrepreneurs who can help them get things done. In the process, we’re bringing back that old time neighborhood spirit. In celebration of these incredible entrepreneurs who are the heroes of the TaskRabbit community, we’re thrilled to introduce the TaskRabbit Credo. This statement is a living document that reflects the spirit and mission of what it is to be a TaskRabbit. The TaskRabbit Credo We’re entrepreneurs. We decide when we want to work and how much we want to bid for each Task. We master every single Task because we love to make TaskPosters say “wow.” If things go wrong, we make them right. We’re awesome communicators because being that way makes every Task better. We know how to listen and ask the right questions, and TaskPosters love us for it. We think creatively to solve little problems before they become big problems. We’re trustworthy, not just because we’ve been vetted through formal channels, but because we’re dedicated professionals on a mission. We’re part of the movement working …

Introducing TaskRabbit Ambassador Erika Murdock Balbuena

Bringing back that old time neighborhood spirit is easy when there are good neighbors involved. We’re lucky to have a whole army of them in the form of friendly, talented, and entrepreneurial TaskRabbits. Every day, TaskRabbits in cities around the country put smiles on faces, scratch errands off To-Do lists, and save the day for busy people right in their own communities. Supporting TaskRabbits in every way possible is a top priority for us, which is why we’re thrilled to welcome Erika Murdock Balbuena to the team as our new TaskRabbit Ambassador. Say hi, Erika:

Surprise my Wife with Flowers on the Brooklyn Bridge

Women everywhere are going to love this week’s Task of the Week. Eric L wanted to organize a “cheap date” for his wife, Anie. But, once you hear the details, you’ll realize that there’s really nothing cheap about it;  it’s simply adorable.  Eric and his wife used to go all out on their dates – hitting a restaurant and a movie – and often spending some serious cash. But, last weekend, Eric didn’t want to spend a lot of money and frankly, wanted to do something a bit different and special for his wife.   So, he devised a plan…. He’d hire a TaskRabbit to buy his wife a bouquet of flowers. But, he didn’t stop there. He asked his TaskRabbit to make a huge orange sign that read  “I heart Anie!” and wait for him on the Brooklyn Bridge. He would stroll across the bridge with his wife and a TaskRabbit would be waiting on the other side of the bridge to surprise his wife with the sign and the flowers.   The TaskRabbit, Aura M, was more than willing to …

July’s TaskRabbit of the Month

July’s TaskRabbit of the Month is Diane H!  Diane is a Level 21 TaskRabbit in Boston, and has become somewhat of a celebrity among the Boston TaskRabbit community.  Diane has been with TaskRabbit over a year. She is rarely seen without a huge smile on her face and bunny ears on her head (as seen in the photo below) and even on her car, causing her to earn the nickname the “bunny lady”!  Diane has NEVER received less than a perfect 5.0 rating on any of her Tasks – which is amazing since she has completed well over a 100! Impressive! While we love Diane’s dedication to TaskRabbit, what we truly appreciate is the fact that she does TaskRabbit simply because she loves helping other people.  In Diane’s words, “I love the feeling of knowing I just made someone happy.” Diane deserves credit for more than just helping out TaskPosters though. Another major motivator for being a TaskRabbit is her family.  She often works with her 24-year-old son, Howie, who helps her out with certain …