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Any Tips For People New To Selling/Renting Links On Fiverr?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Yamman, Apr 30, 2017.

  1. Yamman

    Yamman Newbie

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    Hey, just made my first fiverr gig today to rent some links off my network of sites. I'm new as crap to Fiverr and this whole micro-service SEO thing, but I heard it was a good way to make a side income because:

    1.) Most people like outsourcing their SEO tasks (I do myself a lot of the time)
    2.) I get my clients results and can rank pretty well myself so why not offer what I do on a micro-level?

    Any Fiverrers here (new word :)) have any tips for me on getting more traffic to my store and getting more sales (and scaling this thing as an ultimate goal)

    Here is a link to my first gig for you to critique: https://www.fiverr.com/bephrem/provide-killer-contextual-pbn-link-rentals-with-tf15-cf15

    I just want to make like $300-$500/mo off of renting links and I'll start with ridiculously low prices (as I have now) and raise them later

    Thanks in advance to you guys! This community is great and so helpful
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Making 2k a month from renting links on Fiverr is gonna require a rather large PBN, or BN since it won't be private any more.
     
  3. Yamman

    Yamman Newbie

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    Goals readjusted haha. Make that $500/mo :) I think it's reachable and yeah true
     
  4. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    After you sell a certain amount of links you'll need to reinvest in new domain and sites. So the best way to do this is to keep a spreadsheet and be organized. Treat your link sales like you'd trat any other business.
     
  5. danixD

    danixD Senior Member

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    You can join other marketplaces too, don't stick only with fiverr
     
  6. SolveMyMaze

    SolveMyMaze Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Also, if you really want to protect your network, I wouldn't give out a copy of the report. You don't know if someone from Google has bought your gig and when they see the report your blog network (not private as @bartosimpsonio mentioned) is gubbed. Good luck with the sales.
     
  7. vancleve

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    In addition to the tips above, make sure you check what your competitors are doing. What kind of gig extras do they offer? Can you give potential clients a more competitive price? How can you make your gig stand out?

    Also, you might want to consider using a video that explains your gig in a concise manner. You may also consider using your own picture as this lends more credibility to your service. Your goal is to get people to click on your gig whenever you show up for relevant terms.