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Fiverr has become annoying [In a GOOD Way]

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ahiddenman, Jul 17, 2011.

  1. ahiddenman

    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    Ok firstly . When i say its annoying i mean its played a vital part in daily routine for wasting time.

    I put up a Gig that does a complete Senuke X run (A few of each property) and within 2 hours i got around 5 orders.

    Now a day or two later i have over 14 orders.

    But its annoying because when i complete an order another one or two comes through.

    I was not at all expecting to get this many orders on a brand new account that i made 3 hours before i posted the first gig !.

    Anybody had an experience like this?
     
  2. darshan1994

    darshan1994 BANNED BANNED

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    I had complete opposite affect. Made gigs on the acount for blasting with scrapebox. Ended up with my gig behind put on hold for not recieving order. I can imagine this is due to the task you do. Most people charge like 50$ or so for senuke blast (or similarly) and if you can get it for 5$ why wouldn't you hammer this. I imagine you are getting people who are actually selling this as a service somewhere else for much more.
     
  3. SahL

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    People Go Nuts when they see someone running Senuke X Perfectly for them in 5$ :D
     
  4. ahiddenman

    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    Yeah i noticed that a few SEO people have outsourced it to me.

    I even got an SEO company asking me to rank them for SEO service keywords.

    ^^ That one made me laugh :)
     
  5. verdox

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    I put a scrapebox gig up and had a whole bunch of orders, I decided to take it down, far to time consuming and you get some really random requests on there that take hours, but it was fun for a few days!

    My trick was to offer something that in theory should have taken far less time but make it sounds like it was better, I said i would do 500 comments, created a FAQ on a blog and explained why blasting 1000s of links would get the site sandboxed. Next thing I knew I had a whole batch of orders! My gig was the same as any other SB gig but I set myself apart by doing low volume comments, people loved it! Far to time consuming for me to deal with, I shot myself in the foot really, so many small volume orders took me ages and with only $4 a time clearing, I had to delete the gig :)
     
  6. ahiddenman

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    I just got another order also. I might suspend the gig.

    The real money will start when i can use the Top seller features so i can add on the extra services at the bottom of my gig :)

    But not sure how long it will take to get the "Top Seller" Status !
     
  7. verdox

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    Yes I agree, the top seller status might work, I just can not be assed with it personally :) To much effort! But community readers! Pinch my idea, offer low volume scrapebox comments, 500ish - you will get a lot of orders :D
     
  8. HoNeYBiRD

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    500 delivered orders, very close to 100% positive feedback, zero late delivery, at least that's when i was promoted to Top Rated Seller, but it's not automatic, sellers are being selected manually by fiverr staff
    i'm not using the unlocked new features (Gig Extras & quantity option) right now, but being a Top Rated Seller looks great :)
     
  9. chaosicq

    chaosicq Newbie

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    I have used fiver for the first time last week and placed two orders one for google plus ones which did get added to the page then taken off so that was a waste of time then 5k in backlinks, only did it as i did not have the time to do it my self ended up with 1 backlink, what a complete waste of time and will not use again.
     
  10. ahiddenman

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    Wow nice , I would use the extra's. Its a goldmine.

    Some of them are making alot more sales and money via that as you can add on like 5,000 comments to the web 2.0 in your Senuke X run for $10 etc.

    Its quite cool i think :)
     
  11. Longover

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    It sounds like easy money, but if you're paying $127/month for senuke... you need at least 25 orders to break even. It takes me at least 20-30 minutes to setup a quality senuke campaign (not a spam wizard campaign) - so quality wouldn't really be an option. And even if you do a 5 minute spam campaign, you still have to consider how much time you'll be filling up with senuke. I couldn't afford to have my machine running senuke x for a majority of the day if it were for fiverr.com $5 orders. That is unless...

    The only way I could imagine that this would work is if you:
    -ACCOUNTS: pre-created a ton of account profiles (sb & sn) and you would have to keep pumping these out on a regular basis - maybe create 10 new profiles per week for awhile to handle the volume of orders.
    -CONTENT: they either provide an article or you are just going to grab some plr and spin it (and maybe try to have some ready spun plr to choose from in different markets)
    -SCHEDULING: when you get an order, you just grab your content, grab the link, and then select your account. Schedule it to run whenever and you'll probably need a spread sheet to keep track of all your order scheduling.

    Another thing to consider is the quality of the content. If you're just using the built in senuke content grabber, you'll get a lot of accounts suspended/deleted. But my guess is that people would get the order, look at the links, and leave a positive review. Later on, their links would probably get deleted if you used poor unreadable content.