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How to promote my gig on fiverr?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by YMdesigns, May 16, 2013.

  1. YMdesigns

    YMdesigns Newbie

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    I want to promote me gig on fiverr but i dont know how, someone can give me some advices?
     
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    sensitiveheart_4 Power Member

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    you can try social media sites like facebook, twitter

    you can promote your gigs in the forums in your niche
     
  3. KamBhai

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    To be honest, fiverr gigs are mainly self promoted.
    Best thing you can do is exchange some positive reviews so that it can be searched easily from rating and express gigs.
     
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    jackerol Newbie

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    yes mate, I'm up for it, we can order+feedback

    I'm also up for other JV partnership if you like on Fiverr.

    I only have 2 gigs there, I did good with one which I am good at,
    the other is an ebook.

    But I see there are many suceessful gigs which are a few minutes jobs and requires2 or more people and delegate to each other and share the funds.

    my fiverr name jackfoster

    Jack.
     
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    techblog Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    if you have some gig which involves dancing in the knickers or doing some really lousy stuff, you will get promoted without any efforts! ;)

    cheers!
     
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    thejake Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Go to IM and web hosting forums and ask "hey guys has anybody used ymdesigns on fiverr for banners and stuff" and then hope a troll doesn't say "yeah he's terrible but fiverr removed my negative review after he paid them $100."
     
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    To get your first 5 customers
    1: Use, word of mouth
    2: Promote it on social media facebook, twitter etc
    3: Write your gig in the signature on forums


    Few things that will automatically promote your gig

    1) Be honest
    2) Good communication skills
    3) Deliver on time
    4) Maintain a positive record
     
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    Getting own reviews by different accounts, uploading videos are the best way to promote gig
     
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    provide good service even thru u just earn $4 per gig. btw who want to have good explainer video create can PM me, I having a gig there creating video whereby elsewhere selling over hundred..
     
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    If your gig is in demand (as in people in that niche are actively searching it and buying it) then you need to have sales copy and 5 star customer support and interaction to stand out. Also encourage people to leave a review, maybe bonuses under the table for a very good review. Other than that it is like what you would do in a market place. You would present your product openly, advertise it with real MONEY and not useless penny pinching spam, and you will get customers. Your aim is to create a gig that has repeat customers so you are not reliant on new people ordering your gig.
     
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    To be honest, my experience with fiverr (Probably $5k+ by now)
    is that it takes a few accounts and orders to get rolling. It's really
    a paradox because to get orders you need to start by getting orders.
    That's what I've felt, some days I would not get any orders, then
    I'd get one, then I'd get 10.

    If you need, start a secondary account and make a few orders,
    sure you'll lose $1.10 or something every time you do this, but
    it's called an investment into your future earnings. One of my
    recent gigs actually cost me $8 to outsource, so I lost about
    $100 completing orders for people, but once I got orders coming
    in I was able to drop my costs. It's all about providing immense
    value at the start to get initial orders and value going.