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Fiverr Offline Marketing

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by NemoTheOne, Mar 24, 2014.

  1. NemoTheOne

    NemoTheOne Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Has anyone had success with offline marketing/advertising with regard to Fiverr?
     
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    What do you mean ? Driving offline leads to fiverr ? Using fiverr to get so offline leads ?
     
  3. NemoTheOne

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    Thanks.
    I mean driving offline leads to Fiverr.

    Has anyone tried this?
    i can think of many offline methods, just wondering how offline methods work in this day in age.

    I've tried it often with affiliate marketing. Wondering how it works with Fiverr.

    Maybe I need to do a case study.
     
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    indianwebmaster Newbie

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    Most of the gigs are fake. I've cancelled many orders and received refunds for them . I wonder even after receiving good seller feedback, how gig's are fake..

    About your offline method, i think it's hard to track the result.
     
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    Why would you send them to fiverr, build your own website and send them there
     
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  6. NemoTheOne

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    Most of the gigs are 'fake'?

    You mean, most of the gigs are there to scam you out of $4 - but then if you get refunds then what's the point of that?