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Fiverr Walkthrough - How to earn money with 0 investment

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by blue_wings, Jan 21, 2013.

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  1. blue_wings

    blue_wings Newbie

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    I see a lot of people around BHW that think Fiverr is not worth to be taken into consideration when it comes to make money online, because you get only $3.96 in your PayPal for 1 gig (after all commissions are taken by 3rd parties). Let me ask you something: does Adsense give you more money for, let's say, half an hour??? I think NO.

    The problem with Fiverr is that people must work to get that money, and every beginner dreams of a button to push and start seeing money in his account, not to work daily for those money. But if you have 0$ to invest (meaning you don't have at least the money to buy a domain name and hosting), but you have some skills, then Fiverr is the place to start earning your first online money.

    Create an account today, link it with a PayPal account and post several gigs, no matter if they look alike. What kind of gigs? Depends on your skills, on what services you can offer to others. I cannot tell you what to offer because only you know what you can do. Bear in mind that you should do the task easily, in less than 30 minutes, otherwise it doesn't worth it.

    For example, a gig for designing a full Wordpress theme is too much for $5, but you can offer a logo or flyer design. Before taking first order, you should also prepare your workflow, get some sample logos, etc.

    Not good at graphical design? Offer other services like: social media / social bookmarking backlinks, article writing, video editing, fun or bizarre things. Browse Fiverr categories and maybe you'll come up with a good idea.

    Make your gigs stand from the crowd, use titles that attract customers. Remember that you can write 1 word with capital letters in the title, so put an emphasis on the right keyword.

    Explain simple and concise what you will offer, use an attractive image, and that's it... Wait for customers.

    I advise you to write as many gigs as you can, no matter if they are related, twist some words, use other keywords and categories... who knows how you're going to find a customer.

    When you get an order, don't forget to speak politely, to thank your customer for buying...and depending on your services, tell him after you finish your gig 2 things:
    1. to leave a positive feedback
    2. to see other gigs you have, maybe he is still interested.

    I want to show you a print screen from one of my accounts:
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    As you can see, I do not have too much to work every day, but I have almost daily a gig with EXTRA, that brings me around $25. And this is only 1 account. I have made several accounts, each one being focused on a specific type of services.

    In the beginning will be a little bit harder, you need to be patient. Once you hit level 2, you can add extras to your gigs. All my gigs have at least 1 extra, the most popular ones have maximum of 3 extras (for level 2). My average customer orders the gig with the $20 extra, but sometimes I also get customers that order the $40 extra.

    What services are behind? Well, nothing too hard for me...just something that need attention and some time. I usually need 4-6 hours to complete the $40 extra...and only 10 minutes for the $5 gig...

    Why I wanted to wrote you this? Because I am also into Adsense and CPA, but I do not earn so much money as I earn from Fiverr. I know I am just an average guy there...I know some guys that have 100 active orders in the queue, they earn like 300-500 $$$ every day. I am just a beginner with my 25-50 $ per day... BUT this topic should be inspirational for beginners that have 0$ in their pockets and want a starting point.
     
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  2. GiftGuru

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    I made 17k from Fiverr last year..... so yeah, you can make money if you get off the idea that you ONLY make $3.96 a sale

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    The problem I'm facing with fiverr is that I dont get views to my gig. I posted around 10 gigs and all have 0 views after 5 days. Is there any catch or something like that to get views? I don't have any email list or twitter accounts...
     
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    Simple strategy:

    Create gigs on Fiverr and all the top clones.

    For ALL gigs created create as many twitter accounts as you can, use different URL shorteners to make the twitter accounts "unique"

    Get software like Demon/Adder whatever you like (or do it manually) and have each account follow a few hundred TARGETED people per day.

    Also have each account FAVORITNG and RTing other peoples tweets (again targeted accounts in your niche)

    This will not only give you targeted traffic to your gig, but also increases its rank in google SERPS.

    I have proven this concept with my clone. My Fiverr clone now gets over 10,000 google organic search hits per month. This is credited to using this system I just described exclusively.

    Please don't PM me and demand exact details of how I can make you successful. I'm not interested. I make myself rich, not you.
     
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  5. VRYGR34T

    VRYGR34T Newbie

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    this was inspiring and exactly what i needed to here today so I thank you for that blue_wings .. Just got caught up on the whole "finding the right method" bullcrap that I actually overlooked the skills and talents that I already posses. I feel like there needs to be a serious balance between learning from someone else and what you are actually going to do to generate cash ..
     
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    i agree 100% with the OP. Honestly, there are way too many people on fiverr that offer gigs that are worth way more than $5. I wouldn't even trust a service to give me a quality web design for only $5 but that's just me. I am newer to fiverr but I have gigs that can be done in 10min. For my review/comments gig I put a maximum of 4 comments and often people only want me to make 1 or 2 comments which is even more of a benefit to me. I really like fiverr and hope to make as much as you guy!
     
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    twitter helps a lot because there's many fiverr gig accounts that retweet when other people post their gigs on twitter. I highly recommend getting a twitter account.
     
  8. charles1

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    Id say replicate the same Fiverr sucess in a site like Outsourcerr(dhot khom) to get that Extra from Every Job that you do and Whoop by the end of the month you have the cash in your pocket.