I've had some success with Fiverr in the past up to about $1k from Fiverr now. People often look at Fiverr and can't see the economic benefit in selling things where you'll recieve slightly less than $4 per each sale. The way I approach Fiverr is that it is great for building a sales funnel/generating leads. Where each of the $5 buyers may become a long terms customer of my other services which are more profitable. Yes, selling this service is against the TOS of Fiverr, so I do it carefully. The result of this for me has been more than $3000 in profit, which I consider worthwhile since IM for me is not a full or part time job. I do it because I enjoy it and it hasn't been as time consuming as I thought it would be. While I am still a firm believer of using Fiverr to generate initial sales and greater income with those leads, I've seen people selling things on ebay, something that I've never really gotten into. There are some pro's and cons to both marketplaces but seeing which one is actually more profitable in terms of revenue and time spent processing and fulffiling orders is something that can't always be measured by just observing the marketplace. Thats why I'm looking to sell similar services on both sites to see which one is more profitable. I've started a fresh account on Fiverr now and will see how a new Fiverr account compares to a new seller on Ebay selling the same service, but slightly more expensive on Ebay. The reason I made it slightly more expensive was to account for the additional option that you can donate money to charity for each item sold, hopefully this will generate some sales. I'll update this in a day or two to compare total revenue from the two sources.