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Fiverr Gig Suggestions?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by obeselizard, May 5, 2012.

  1. obeselizard

    obeselizard Regular Member

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    I'm new to the Fiverr scene, never have bought a gig from there, and have just started selling a gig about a month ago. So far my gig has had 9 sales, which I'm happy to have sales but I want more. I'm here asking for gig suggestions, I'm looking for a type of gig that is broad and popular, where I could reasonably get maybe get 3 sales per day average (or more :D), and you can assume my gig will meet exceptions and I always get good reviews. I'm willing to do gigs that require some grunt work too by the way, just nothing that takes 3 hours per gig :p . So what do you Fiverr experts think, what are some good gig areas to work in, that are pretty much always in demand? Thanks!
     
  2. WarrenBuffet

    WarrenBuffet Newbie

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    Generally SEO gigs and Social gigs do very well. If you have SENuke or Scrapebox you can sell "100 Web 2.0 Backlink" or "High PR backlinks" gigs that people oh and ah over when all you're doing is a quick blast. You might wanna try out Gigbucks as well. They let you feature your gigs for ten bucks. My featured gig has over 800 views and several sales and my non featured has like 30 views and no sales so there does seem to be a correlation and a reasonable surety that you'll recoup your investment. As for the Fiverr gigs strategies you might just want to familiarize yourself with the basics with an cheap ebook like FiverrDollars. Good Luck
     
  3. Neo240

    Neo240 Power Member

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    See the latest and featured gigs. Find something that is uncommon in between them and do it. Make 10 gigs
    and delete the low performing one after 2 weeks. You will be left with 2-3 gig that get most money.

    I have used this and now I have only 2 gigs which pull at least 1 sale a day.