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Question about JV through Fiverr

Discussion in 'Joint Ventures' started by heckler, Dec 18, 2010.

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  1. heckler

    heckler Junior Member

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    I have a fairly successful gig on Fiverr and a few people have messaged me wondering if I'm able to do 10-20 orders per day. My maximum gig turnaround time is roughly 1.5 hours using a ScrapeBox add-on. I can do about 7 orders MAX per day according to the turnaround time and the time I take for leisurely activities. edit (Using my home desktop)

    My question is - In order to partake in this proposed joint venture, should I invest in a VPS? Multiple VPS? And of course, a new instance of SB for each machine...

    Thanks. :eek:
     
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    The 1st bit of advice I would give would be that you are actually paid for the order before you spend any of your money if the only reason you are spending is for this JV.

    Naturally if you have something running successfully and have the opportunity to scale up or produce results quicker then do so.

    By adding a $30 vps and another copy of SB ($57) will you be able to utilise both copies to their potential?.

    How many orders are you getting daily at the moment?
     
  3. heckler

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    I'm currently getting about 1-5 orders per day and that is FINE for me right now.. but of course I do want to scale up and I think this kind of JV might help even if I DO have to invest in a VPS

    Thank you for your reply.
     
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    Good luck then. Scaling up is what you should always be looking to do, but just make sure that you chose the right time to do it.

    Look to secure one of the orders 1st, then buy what you need with the funds. Deals and JV's etc fall through all the time. so ensure you cover yourself financially for it.

    Anyways ..Best of luck

    shaks