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Idea Using Fiverr And Facebook

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Swifty, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. Swifty

    Swifty BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Just A Idea I had when searching on Fiverr

    Now everyone on Facebook has timeline, I see many company's with Facebook pages but with poor images and timeline Pictures. Now this is my idea, go to Fiverr, type in the search the box "timeline images"

    There you will find some real good designs. Now knock up a landing page with the images. now do a search for local or non local company's, send them a nice emale asking if they would like a customized timeline image created for there site, add a link to your site with the images on. Even if you sell the images for $10 and get a handful of reply's, that can be a tidy little profit.

    Hope you like! :cool:
     
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  2. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Thinking outside the box is a great idea.
    Leveraging other peoples talents is even better.
    Hiring someone to leverage other peoples talents while you think outside the box is a great business model.
     
  3. Aaric

    Aaric Elite Member

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    lol emale
    nice emale
    sorry nice idea
     
  4. pj413

    pj413 Regular Member

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    You should price it at a lot more than $10. Think about it: Most businesses in the United States earn over $10,000 a month. A restaurant for example might go through several thousand dollars per day. If they're going to pay you $10, they'd probably also be willing to pay you $100 if you just asked for it.

    In fact, when you're dealing with businesses, often time's they won't even take you seriously if you're not asking for a reasonable amount of money. In other words, if you ask for $10, they'll think you're not for real and ignore you completely. But if you're asking for $200, they treat you and your work with more respect and buy more often. You can increase your "conversion rate" by increasing your price.

    Whatever the case may be, $10 is way too low for a sale to a business.
     
  5. pagemoney

    pagemoney Newbie

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    Agree what pj413 said, but i would go with $50.
     
  6. 1337Alec

    1337Alec Junior Member

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    You should charge a lot more than $10 because companies need logos and have time for their business not to create images. I would charge at least $100