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Situation: I have $1000 dollars to spend ONLY on Fiverr gigs. TELL ME WHO TO BUY!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by WrightWilliams, Feb 13, 2012.

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  1. WrightWilliams

    WrightWilliams Power Member

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    In a weird situation where I have a client who wants to straight-up spend $1000 on Fiverr and ONLY Fiverr. He wants the most effective shit he can get out of it, and in the fastest amount of time. If you had $1000 bucks to spend on Fiverr right now, and all gigs had be done within 5 days, what would you buy? This is serious. Fiverr only.
     
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    Here come all the Fiverr self promotion comments.
     
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    With all due respect, explain to your client that he's a moron.
     
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    Waste of money. You can just give me the $1000. I promise I'll put it to better use :) haha
     
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    Tell your client that he is an IDIOT. Don't spend a dime of his money. You will thank me later.

    Why?
    You are going to order 200 different gigs...spending at least 5 minutes each ordering each gig and confirming links/services. That means you will spend at least 16 hours in the ordering and confirmation process.

    I would charge the client over $1000 in just managing that many orders.

    The client's money would be much better invested in the BST section of this forum. You could show great results with a few select services AND have much less to manage.
     
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    I'm not sure how much you use Fiverr, but I wouldn't have to use 200 different gigs, and there's no way it would take me 16 hours to spend and confirm my listings.

    Constructive criticism or actual links would be appreciated. There's no NOT spending the $1000 on Fiverr, so anything actually helpful would be appreciated.
     
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    If I client is willing to give you $1000 to spend, why would they not take your opinion that Fiverr is a complete waste of their money for that magnitude of investment...?
     
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    Yes, I pretty much agree with everyone here, though I think you can get some decent stuff done at Fiverr like having someone make social media accounts for whatever your co. name is...that's definitely worth $5 to me. As for the other $995, if you've got that kind of cash to spend, I'd rather go with people here. The lure of Fiverr is that it is cheap, but you usually get what you pay for.

    However....if you want to have some fun, just spend an hour creating about 10 gigs...(just copy/paste stuff you like) with a new account and order each one 20x. That's $800 in your pocket to play around with, and then outsource it to a VA for $100...you net $700, some guy in a developing country gets a payday, and your client gets some questionable SEO work. Win/Win/Win :)
     
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    I'm the middleman for this client, buddy. I'm not here to pick back and forth as to whether this is a good idea or not, or get into arguments over the validity/usefulness of Fiverr gigs, I am just looking for helpful links. Thanks.
     
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    While I personally feel it would still be in your interests to advise the client that this is a waste of their money, as, if they have success using your services they are more likely to use them again, and if they insist on spending a ridiculous amount on Fiverr gigs then I seriously doubt they will...

    However, if they insist on this, then my advise would be to go for variety.
    Get some some high PR blog links, maybe a sitewide blogroll link on a low PR site, some ScrapeBox blasts, .EDU/.GOV backlinks, social bookmarking, article marketing - the works.
     
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    I've tried a few which were worth the 5 bucks.. can't give the links right now.. will have to search.. but select the person based on the ratings and feedback.. do read the feedbacks as most of the times people write bad comments with a positive feedback coz positive feedback is by default selected when we're leaving a feedback on a fiverr order.. so, feedback comments are the most important ones.. This will give you a better idea of the gigs to use..
     
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    I have an experience of 8 canceled and 23 completed order and from that experience I can say, in 40% cases you won't get a timely delivery. However, you can surely get some good service there. Buy some express article writing GIG then buy wiki submit, article submit, private network submit, link wheel, PR submission gig and distribute those article to them. You can then go for few social bookmark gig, link pyramid, edu backlink, micro backlink and angela backlink. Then blast all backlink with Xumer GIG and Scrapebox GIG. I hope this help you.
     
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    this wso is really useful. It will be your best fiverr guide. And I will be glad if you can share it (I have got the outdated version). OK, here it comes (Fiverr All-Stars)

    By the way, I am no affiliated with this wso, or seller, product etc.

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    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-special-offers-forum/412874-warrior-special-offer-day-fiverr-all-stars-5-months-strong-updated-12-22-11-a.html
     
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    there are some posts about fiverr here....
    best gig and so on.just order everything there.
     
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    It appears no one has asked the obvious question. What is the client trying to accomplish?

    Just spend all his money on stupid gigs like the guy singing happy birthday in a bathtub and the chick that writes your website on her lips.
     
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    How tough is his KW? Is it a local search term? Why is he looking to spend $1k on fiverr alone. There ARE some gems on fiverr if you know where to look but why $1k and why only fiverr?
     
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    try to send solo ads so cheap in fiverr
     
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    Create a fiverr account yourself and pay $1k to that account.

    Some people might not like this idea, BUT if you have to spend $1k of client money and you think you can do a far better job than anybody else, why not pay yourself for it?