Fiverr Review

If you have not already heard or used Fiverr it is a great site to take a look at.  Fiverr is basically a place where people put what they call a “gig” up on what they will do for you for 5 dollars.  The gigs range from fun and bizarre to helping people with social media, sites, etc.  There are two reasons to take a look at Fiverr, which I have had personal experience with.

First is obvious, if you want to make money online Fiverr is an easy way to do it.  Everyone is good at something, and when you look at all the different gigs on Fiverr it will soon come clear to you that you can do many things for others.  Why not get paid for them?

Second, Fiverr is great for outsourcing.  If you want a logo made, more promotion for your site, or many other tasks you may need done, you may be able to find them on Fiverr.  There is a great person on there now that is creating some wonderful logos for just 5 dollars.

In regards to making money on Fiverr there is a guide out there called Instant Fiverr Goldrush that sells for 9.97 .  However, don’t buy it yet if you’re interested I will be doing a full review on it tomorrow or over the weekend so you can know if it is something for you.

In regards to using Fiverr for task you may need done here are three tips I have learned.  First, search for what you want and then sort by rating.  Second, take the feedback seriously, if it is not good, don’t go for it.  Finally, I always contact the seller first; I find some reason to initiate conversation.  If they do not reply within 48 hours I do not use them.

There is also a guide called Fiverr Outsource Secrets that sells for 27.00.  As before, don’t buy it yet because I will also be doing a review on it.

In both reviews, I will cover what each manual actually has in it, not the sales page stuff, I actually have both.  To visit Fiverr and see what it has to offer just go here.

Have any of you used Fiverr and if so what were your results?


One Response to “Fiverr Review”

  1. Linda says:

    Fiverr is ABSOLUTELY THE WORST PLACE FOR FREELANCERS! It might be a good place for cheapa$$ buyers, or sellers from third world countries trying to pay off the mortgage on their huts, but not for anyone else. Buyers purchase gigs for a measly 5 bucks, then complain about the most ridiculous things. If the seller doesn’t then kiss the buyer’s a$$, negative feedback is immediately threatened. There’s nothing a seller can do at that point, but either bend over for the buyer or take the negative feedback. I completed almost 200 gigs in my less than 2 months on Fiverr (should be called Fourerr) had a 100% rating, but was called names, threatened, harassed, and more by crazy buyers. Do yourself a favor and steer clear of this online sewer.

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