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Rinse and repeat Fiverr Method

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by imktr11031989, Jun 6, 2015.

  1. imktr11031989

    imktr11031989 Newbie

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    I've come up with a good idea to make money on fiverr. The method is actually pretty simple. All you have to do is set up a mechanical turk account, and with your account all set up you are ready to create a new gig on Fiverr. The gig is easy, all you're going to do is advertise 100 likes and shares for your client. After you've had people sign up for your gig you can go to Mechanical Turk and create a job with 100 hits. Set your hits up so that you are paying $0.02 for someone to come to your link and like share and comment. The traffic originated will be genuine and will have greater meaning for your client. You will pay $2 for the traffic that you generate but you will have made 5 from your gig ($3 profit) on Fiverr. The process should only take a few minutes to set up and will allow you to easily repeat business. This rinse and repeat method breaks down to about $9 an hour pay out if you start new every time. Since you will already have your template created, your pay per hour rate will increase exponentially with your rating on Fiverr.

    (Sorry if the post is hard to read, formatting on my phone is a bit of a pain)
     
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    adryan3b Newbie

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    Sounds great and thanks for the share, have you tried it?
     
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    Interesting idea OP. The only problem I see is with unreliable providers. You sell on Fiverr and the Mturk guy doesn't deliver. How do you guarantee the service then?
     
  4. Y M C M B

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    sorry to say but this gig is over-saturated , it won't be easy for a new user to get orders on a gig promising 100 likes in a market where people with a built reputation are selling 1000 for the same amount
     
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    At: adryan3b I haven't implemented this idea yet. Its one of many I'm working on. I'm sure little tweaks will be needed to maximize its potential, but it could certainly be a good starting point.

    At: bartosimpsonio A potential work around for the is setting a time frame of 48 hours or so and offering a money back guarantee that all likes and shares a met or refund will be given. Also, by requiring the mTurk worker to leave a relevant comment you would be able to check if the work has been done by them. If it hasn't you reject their hit and don't pay them. Quality control is one area I think would need to be developed more. Maybe using stealth social accounts as an emergency plan?

    At: YMCMB, I admit that the market might be saturated, but when I was checking out Fiverr most gigs state the likes will come over the course of a month. 1000/30 is only 33.333 like a day this method would offer up 50 a day (1,500 a month) with a money back offer. Saturation here proves there's a market. I definitely agree newbie accounts would have a rough go of it. I'm sure building a rep quickly wouldn't be an issue for a blackhatter we could buy it using the forums. Also, by providing relevant comments you're increasing your value over the competition. I look at this method like picking up a nickel off the ground, if you saw a nickel just lying on the ground wouldn't it be worth your time to pick it up?