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freelance arbitrage

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by creditmonster, Mar 18, 2017.

  1. creditmonster

    creditmonster Newbie

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    Here's an idea. Perhaps an idea with a lot of initial overhead. You create an account on some freelancer website. Fiverr is free, but it's harder to get work. Freelancer.com or upwork, you signup as a freelancer, then you bid on high paying jobs $500+ . you win, then you find someone on fiverr, or elsewhere, to do it for cheaper. You run multiple projects in the same time to guarantee a steady stream of payments. Only accept serious clients who agree to milestones, and only subcontract out to people with great ratings.

    What does everyone think?
     
  2. Reaver

    Reaver Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I think people do that all the time, especially with content and SEO.

    There are a ton of sellers who don't know shit about what they're selling. They just outsource it - doing exactly what you wrote in your OP.

    It's not exactly a new idea. It does work though.
     
  3. lpfacun

    lpfacun Registered Member

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    And expect bad review for low quality work