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Anyone interested in some Fiverr automated tool?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by mrsubs, Oct 25, 2015.

  1. mrsubs

    mrsubs Registered Member

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    Hey everyone, I don't see a lot of Fiverr tools that do automate things for you, like execute actions if a new order is received o anything like that, so I'm thinking of creating some tools for Fiverr and posting it here, what do you need most in terms of Fiverr tools?
     
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    Nonilol Elite Member

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    What kind of tools are you thinking of? I can't really think of any tools I could need.
    IFTTT already has some nice recipes for fiverr.
     
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    If you're talking about "dream Fiverr tools" it'd be like something that will put my gig at the top of the featured list automatically lol

    Managing sales and delivery sequence aren't that tiring with the exceptions if you are really garnering massive order load within bunch of gigs simultaneously. Afterall as Nonilol said, you can find Fiverr recipes at IFTTT so there's no need to purchase Fiverr automation software, unless you're offering considerable value added features.
     
  4. 0m1kr0n

    0m1kr0n Newbie

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    Isn't Fiverr just a low-ball contracting site? The only revenue comes from doing mundane jobs for next to nothing and probably losing money. Unless I'm wrong and you're not just trying to do stuff for tens of dollars..

    I guess you could build volume on orders and sub out for profit.
     
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    TfinRy Registered Member

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    if there is a tool that can send an offer to the old buyers in bulk that will be great
     
  6. Florent1933

    Florent1933 Newbie

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    Hi,

    I don't agree with you...

    You just have to think it wisely and this can still be a goldmine. The basic service that I offer on Fiverr takes me 20 to 30 seconds. If you check quickly this is 8 USD (since they take part of the 5 USD) per minute, so 480 USD per hour. I don't know what you earn, but for me this is pretty fair...

    However I agree with you, if you have to spend 10 minutes to do a gig, this is sensless...

    One more tip, don't forget requests on Fiverr. I make probably 90% of my earnings thank to that...
     
  7. smp2014

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    Well,
    i would like to have a tool to export all my sales to a csv file. That would save me hours of weekly work.
     
  8. blogzandstuff

    blogzandstuff Elite Member

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    a few years ago i have software that found gigs quickly by searching only sellers with good ratings. You input a keyword and it listed all the best sellers offering that service. Saved time looking through all the rubbish.