Fiverr is Good

Panther28

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I would go with direct LinkedIn. First find clients on fiverr, then hit them up on LinkedIn and explain why working that way will be better.
List benefits and promise you'll be the best fit. Set fixed prices and back up your claims with portfolio. It's like a job search, just more business talk.
 

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Yes many members here making good money with it already.
 

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It's not easy. I posted a gig like a month ago. I get impressions but no clicks. It's BS...should I buy reviews? If so where do I buy them?
 

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From my personal experience, Fiverr is a good site, but it's very hard to compete with the endless amounts of 5* guru's that some how manage to pump out subpar content and maintain a high rating. If you try hard enough, I'm sure you can find a valuable niche!
 

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It's not easy. I posted a gig like a month ago. I get impressions but no clicks. It's BS...should I buy reviews? If so where do I buy them?
What kind of gig? Pricing? Buy some reviews here, if your gig is new, with no reviews and not better then the ones with reviews, it can be a hard time for me as a customer to justify why I should buy from you, you need a killer deal without reviews, or I as a customer would not take the risk with you, and rather go with a seller that has reviews.
 
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