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Fiverr Method for $100 in 7 days with a new Gig

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Sampler, Sep 21, 2011.

  1. Sampler

    Sampler Senior Member

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    Saw somebody asking how to make money on Fiverr,

    here's how I've made a fair bit with one gig I launched 1 week ago. Nearly $100 revenue (for $5 each). $60 profit ($4 from Fiverr - $1 outsource per order).

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    My method.

    1. Create a Gig which is already semi-saturated
    2. Say you've got sales already in the first line of the gig
    3. Say you will give twice as much or a free gig if you are the first few to order (contradicts point 2 but still works lol).
    4. Say you will deliver in x days i.e. 1 day or 2 days, or you'll get to pick another one of my gigs for free
    6. Once created, order the gig yourself, and deliver and leave positive feedback.
    7. Respond to the person who ordered the gig with something like, "sure, you'll get it soon". this just creates a human aspect of the process where any doubt that they have purchased a shit gig has been erased because you took the time to talk to them and confirm their order.
    8. Try and deliver in the time frame you actually said, if you have a service. Outsource it.
    9. Upsell them a service outside of Fiverr in your report, not in your actual fiverr message or you could get banned.

    Finding the right gig to emulate is usually the hardest part. Also try fiddling around with pictures as I found a picture which pull insanely well.

    Pretty simple and can be done well by people who don't want to spend money to make money initially or don't know how to start a sales funnel.

    I'll try and expand on this later. The beauty of this gig is I check Fiverr in the morning, oursource it. Check emails at night, complete orders and outsource some more. Plus it's made some big money on the back end for me.
     
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  2. GiftGuru

    GiftGuru Supreme Member

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    That's a good strategy you got there....it will work well
     
  3. rakoom2002

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    where are you outsourcing it to?
     
  4. Sampler

    Sampler Senior Member

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    Sites like Elance or Odesk if I don't already have a contact
     
  5. IMShane

    IMShane Junior Member

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    Well, how long have you been doing this? Incomes steady?
     
  6. cooltoad

    cooltoad Senior Member

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    Does this mean, buy my own gig from a different account?
     
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  7. Sampler

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    This gig has only been up for a week. Generally what I do is, create a new gig. Get $500 worth of orders. Generally at least 1 if not more will become a client on the back end and pay me anywhere from $250-$750 a month for services. I then stop the gig and move on to a new market. So yes, income is average from the gigs but it is very good for lead generation.

    Yes, just to get one review I buy it from another account I own and give myself a positive review.
     
  8. desfigurel

    desfigurel Junior Member

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    Can you really outsource it for less on oDesk or Elance so that you still make a profit?
     
  9. WordKey

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    Solid strategy. But nothing new. But it works nonetheless. Thanks for sharing. :)
     
  10. Sampler

    Sampler Senior Member

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    No worries. I always just try and remind people to try and sell on the backend of fiverr. That's where the potential comes in.
     
  11. johnabbason

    johnabbason Junior Member

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    Thanks for sharing , but can you give us a live example of how you do this, that is show us a gig you took and a matching gig that you set up, please you can use the gig that your not doing again or the service your not offering again as you said you always move from one service to another.
     
  12. cdn_craigs

    cdn_craigs Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hmmm thats sound do-able.. nice work! I thought this was going to be typical post a gig on Fiverr and do pay for somewhere else cheaper scheme..
     
  13. solar2010

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    Those who are looking for some part time income, this is it :)