Hey BlackHatWorld, I've never posted a journey thread before but I've always read them. I'd rather not go into my past history with IM and instead get into this Journey. Let's just summerize by saying I've been an IMer for almost 6 years, I've had a ton of failures and a handful of successes. My philosophy from all of that is simple: keep going, push forward, learn and succeed. On to today's journey.. My goal: reach a consistent $100 worth of orders on Fiverr per/day. What I'm going to do: First step is to get 10 orders with positive reviews. Once I reach those 10 positive transactions I will be allowed to offer 'extras' with the goal of turning $5 orders into $20-$30-$50 orders. If I can get to a point where I'm getting 3-4 of those larger orders per/day I will have reached my goal. What I've Done So Far: I started this journey last week. Literally out of boredom and to earn some more money. I go to school only 3 days a week and have a lot of extra time to burn. So, in just one week I've got 7 active Gigs going and I've received 4 orders so far (2 of which are completed with positive feedback already). I've been adding one new gig per day and it's working out well. I'm ranking on the front page for all of my categories. Please don't ask how I've done this, because I've not 'done' anything in particular. The way I make gigs is really simple, I think of something I can/would be willing to do for $5 and then I set the gig up and make quick pitch video. Post everything and bang! That's it. Takes me an hour at most to get a new gig set up. One thing I'm trying to do is post gigs that I know won't require a lot of time to complete. I mean...it's only $5. However, I'm also willing to work harder for the $5 orders up-front so that I can get some positive feedback and get the 10 orders out of the way and start selling those 'extras' on my gigs. I feel the 'extras' are going to be the key to making big money and not working 16 hour days. One other tip, always over deliver on your completed work. And it doesn't mean you go ALL OUT. It just means you add something simple and easy as an extra when you deliver. This almost always insures a positive feedback from the buyer. An example would be: One gig I offer a written response for the gig, but I also made a quick 5 min video of me rambling about the same stuff I would be sending in the written response. So the buyer received more than they thought they were getting when I sent the video along with the written work. It only took me an extra 10min or so to make the video response. Worth it in most cases. I'll probably update once a week or whenever something notable happens. Like I said, my first hurdle is getting to seller level two (after 10 positive transactions) and then I can add extras on my gigs so that I make a lot more per order. Also, I'm going to be posting as many gigs as I can. I think with a new seller it's really important to get your face out there with tons of different offerings. I've noticed a lot of the really successful Fiverr sellers have dozens of other gigs that are not as popular as their main money gigs but probably add a lot to their Fiverr 'brand'. CIAO!