Newbies- How I make $20-30 a day spending only an hour or so and how You can too (exact step by step

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Ok, there are always threads on WF from newbies who want to get started in making money online. And in most cases, these newbies dont have any money to invest in an online business. Many of them dont know much about internet marketing, so they dont have lots of skills needed to make money offering services to other marketers.

Here is a ridiculously simple method that I have been using to make money on the side. It involves Fiverr.

Fiverr is truly a great platform to make some extra money. Its especially great for newbies who want to get started. You can use the money to buy your first domain name or pay for your hosting or invest it in any other thing that is necessary to start your online business.

Usually when you create a gig on Fiverr, it get lost amongst hundreds and thousands of other gigs. So, titles of your gigs and also the kind of service you offer plays a big role in your success. Offer something that is a bit different than other people's offer. I found out that usually services that give immediate results to the buyer, are the ones that do much better.

Here are a few services I am offering right now on Fiverr that anyone can use to make money on Fiverr. These service dont really require any skills or knowledge. I'll give you every info you need, just copy what I do and you will make some extra money.

Lets get to it:


Manual article submission to dofollow instant approval article directories

I dont have to explain the dofollow part obviously, but why instant approvals? Well, as I said, services that give immediate results attract more buyers. Lost of webmasters and internet marketers, dont wanna wait for their article to be approved, so if you can give them instant approval, you are in demand.

1- I spent a few hours searching on the internet finding dofollow instant approval article directories. I found about 40-50 of them.

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I registered with these directories.

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Made a folder in my favorite and named it instant approvals. Then I used my quick manual submission method that I explained in another thread on WF.... to group 7-8 sites in each sub-folder, so I can open 7-8 sites with one click, when I want to submit articles to them. (its all about doing the gig as fast as you can)

4- Registered on Fiverr and put up an ad, offering to manually submit 1 article to 20 dofollow instant approval directories.

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when I get the order, I simply open each sub-folder(favorite- instant approval) whcih opens 7-8 sites at a time, then copy-paste the title, body, bio and keywords. It takes only seconds to do that. You can also use form filling tools like RoboForm to do that. But I find it much faster to do it copy pasting.

The first day I got 2 orders. So, instead of submitting to 20 sites, I submitted to 25 sites, to ensure that I do get good feedback and I did. That was a few weeks ago and since then I have been getting a 1-2 orders a day. Not to mention I got 2 clients who I work with outside of Fiverr (they give me 20-30 article submission a month or so).


Of course, you have to give report to your buyers. Since these directories are instant approvals, as soon as you publish the article, simply copy the link to the live article and save as a file. When submission is done, send file as report top the buyer.



Manual site submission to fast approval web directories

1- I spent a few hours searching on the internet finding web directories with fast approval process.

2- Made a folder in my favorite and named it fast approval web directories. Then I followed the same method I used for the above method (step 3) to group sites in sub folders for fast submission.

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Since these directories send you an email (with the link to the page where the approved site is listed) when the site is approved, I registered a new email address only for this gig, so when I do get approval emails from these sites, I dont have to sort thorugh hundreds f emails to find them. I can open my inbox and get to them right away.

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Put up and ad on Fiverr offering to manually submit 1 site to 25 fast approval directories.

5- When I get the order, I simply open each sub-folder (favorite- fast approval web directories) whcih opens 7-8 sites at a time. For this, I use roboform to submit quickly, since there are less data with site submission, roboform doesn't slow down. So it actually is faster to submit with RF than copy pasting.

6- When I receive the approval emails, I put all the links in a not pad file and send it as report to the buyer.




Posting ads on craigslist


Lots of people who live in other countries beside US, dont have phone verified accounts and can not post ads on CL. So, they are willing to pay people with phone verified accounts to post ads for them on CL. I live in US and av had my CL phone verified account for a a few years now. There was my next gig.


1- Simply put up an ad offering to post up to 5 ads on CL under my account. Obviously you can offer a lower or higher number of ads to post. I though 5 would be fair number. I mean, it only takes a few minutes to post ads on CL.

2- When I get an order, I simply copy-paste the title and the body of the ad.

3- CL immediately send you an email containing the link to your live ad. Save those links on a file and send as report to the buyer.

I started this gig a few days ago and I already got a few orders and feedbacks.




Keep in mind that not every gig is going to make you money. I have about 8-9 gigs on fiver and out of those only a few are making money (the article submission being the top one). So, dont be discouraged. Yes, almost any service you can think of is being offered on Fiverr. But be creative, you can offer the same service with a little extra thing. Its that little extra thing that make a gig stand out from hundred and thousands of similar gigs.

Use your forum signatures to promote your gigs. You can even make a WSO here on WF and advertise your services to warrior and give them a deal (maybe a few extra submission or what have you).


Listen, I haven't mad thousands of dollars with these ads. But, I am making consistent money everyday, even if its just $15-$20 a day. Plus, completing each of these order takes me no more than 10-15 minutes. And if you are a newbie struggling. this can be your way out.


Again, most people may not be able to make thousands of dollars with Fiverr, but if you are willing to do some work, you can easily make some extra cash. Also, dont just bookmark this thread and say " I will get back to it"! No, do it now! Go to fiverr and see what you can offer. I mean, you can do the same things I do, knowing that It works. Yes, you can use the exact same gigs I am offering or do some research and see what else you can come up with.


I tried to cover any detail I could remember. But if there is anything I missed, please feel free to ask. I hope this will be useful especially for newbies who are struggling to make their first dollar online without sending any money or having any experience or skills.
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  • Profile picture of the author AdiPurush
    Thanks satrap for sharing. It's true that every gig is not going to make money i have 16 gigs there but only 3-4 gigs are getting orders. fiverr is a good start for newbies to make money.
  • Profile picture of the author ginandtonic
    The one time I was on fiverr, I offered article writing. It was nice to be pulling in some extra cash, but it took too much time. Great suggestions for pulling in some extra dough!
    • Profile picture of the author Zukario
      Thanks for sharing satrap these are sure useful for anyone but did you ever try to do testimonials for other people, i mean at fiverr?
  • Profile picture of the author matt5409
    I have just signed up to Fiverr thanks to this topic. I've been putting it off for some time as when converted to any job seems worthless, but I reckon I can do quite a bit in a short space of time so volume might be key.

    This should supplement my affiliate efforts, thanks!
  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    These are great gigs for the newbie especially to offer on Fiverr, as they don't require much technical knowledge and can be completed in just a few minutes.

    The submission services are definitely gigs that are very much in demand, but the CL one can be a little problematic, as you run into roadblocks once you start trying to post multiple ads on CL with only one phone-verified account, and you also run into the issue of having to change the copy for each classified ad you post (to avoid the duplicate ad issue).
    • Profile picture of the author satrap
      Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

      These are great gigs for the newbie especially to offer on Fiverr, as they don't require much technical knowledge and can be completed in just a few minutes.

      The submission services are definitely gigs that are very much in demand, but the CL one can be a little problematic, as you run into roadblocks once you start trying to post multiple ads on CL with only one phone-verified account, and you also run into the issue of having to change the copy for each classified ad you post (to avoid the duplicate ad issue).

      Hey paulie,

      Thanks for sharing your insight.

      Yes, about the CL ads, what I do is, I ask people to send me 5 different versions of the ad, so I dont have to run into the same ad problem. However, with CL you can post the same ad after 48 hours.

      I mean, I know many newbies like to replicate any method posted on WF down to every little detail, but there are lots of services like this that can be offered.
  • Profile picture of the author cooler1
    Thanks for sharing your methods.

    Do you post your gig on fiverr clone sites also to get more orders? If so, what are the best ones.
    • Profile picture of the author satrap
      Originally Posted by cooler1 View Post

      Thanks for sharing your methods.

      Do you post your gig on fiverr clone sites also to get more orders? If so, what are the best ones.

      To be honest, I did post ads on a few other sites, but haven't gotten any response but one. Seems like fiverr clone sites are not there yet.
  • Profile picture of the author cooler1
    Ive searched on fiverr and there are people offering to submit articles to 100 article directories or even hundereds of directories. Some of these are auto approval also.

    How are you supposed to compete with these gigs by only submitting to around 20 article directories?
    • Profile picture of the author satrap
      Originally Posted by cooler1 View Post

      Ive searched on fiverr and there are people offering to submit articles to 100 article directories or even hundereds of directories. Some of these are auto approval also.

      How are you supposed to compete with these gigs by only submitting to around 20 article directories?
      As I said, details are important. You haven't been paying attention to one of the main points I was trying to make and that is to make your service a bit different than others, offer something extra. And in my case, that something extra is Manual submission where as those how submit to hundreds use automated tools whcih most people dont find it quality enough!

      Plus, dont forget that just because the ads says it will submit to hundreds of sites, everybody is going to order the gig. I would say 90% of the people who order gigs rely solely on seller's previous feedback. So, you would do better even if submit to less site, but have a better feedback than someone how submits to hunderds of site with less positive feedback.




      Also, if you wanna make money online, you have to lose this mentality of making excuse before you even try something and saying it won't work because others are doing it or doing it better. I am doing it and it works. But that doesn't mean it will work for everyone. But, if you dont try it, how will you ever knwo?...
  • Profile picture of the author Jouvan Johnson
    Great Idea may have to give this a try
  • Profile picture of the author BenoitT
    For $5, you can save all the work and buy a gig from someone. He will give you his own list to prove his job is done and you use the same. You can even have more
  • Profile picture of the author indiatext
    Thank you very much for sharing this information brother. Big help.
    • Profile picture of the author satrap
      Originally Posted by AdiPurush View Post

      Thanks satrap for sharing. It's true that every gig is not going to make money i have 16 gigs there but only 3-4 gigs are getting orders. fiverr is a good start for newbies to make money.
      Originally Posted by ginandtonic View Post

      The one time I was on fiverr, I offered article writing. It was nice to be pulling in some extra cash, but it took too much time. Great suggestions for pulling in some extra dough!
      Originally Posted by matt5409 View Post

      I have just signed up to Fiverr thanks to this topic. I've been putting it off for some time as when converted to any job seems worthless, but I reckon I can do quite a bit in a short space of time so volume might be key.

      This should supplement my affiliate efforts, thanks!
      Originally Posted by dollar888 View Post

      thanks for your share! it is helpful.
      Originally Posted by forum2011 View Post

      Thanks for your information. fiverr is a good start for newbies to make money.
      Originally Posted by Jouvan Johnson View Post

      Great Idea may have to give this a try
      Originally Posted by indiatext View Post

      Thank you very much for sharing this information brother. Big help.
      Thank you for the kind words. I am glad you all find it useful. Best of luck.
  • Profile picture of the author sarahberra
    Cool! Thanks for sharing your system. I haven't seen good results with Fivver, but perhaps I should give it another change.
  • Profile picture of the author aaronngoh
    I used to purchase gigs in fiveer.com and like the service so far.

    It is great to hear that you are making money using fiveer.

    May be you can share with us some of the service you promoted and I can made use some of them.
  • Profile picture of the author Linda_C
    I clicked the directory submission in your sig file and it said "no longer available."
    Darn.
    • Profile picture of the author satrap
      Originally Posted by Linda_C View Post

      I clicked the directory submission in your sig file and it said "no longer available."
      Darn.

      Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I think becosue I had edited the gig description a while before, the link wouldn't work. Now its fixed and the gig is available.
  • Profile picture of the author problog
    Thanks for the post, very helpful
  • Profile picture of the author zigato
    I usually make around $200 per month on Fiverr. In other words, I complete around 50 gigs per month as users only get $4 out of the $5.

    My Fiverr gigs were not an overnight success though. My gigs are successful because I currently have approximately 50 reviews on the actual gig itself. In addition, about 80% of my orders are from regular customers. So for those who are just starting - don't give up! Just by having a presence on Fiverr, you're already one step ahead of the pack who put it in the "too hard" basket.
    • Profile picture of the author satrap
      Originally Posted by zigato View Post

      I usually make around $200 per month on Fiverr. In other words, I complete around 50 gigs per month as users only get $4 out of the $5.

      My Fiverr gigs were not an overnight success though. My gigs are successful because I currently have approximately 50 reviews on the actual gig itself. In addition, about 80% of my orders are from regular customers. So for those who are just starting - don't give up! Just by having a presence on Fiverr, you're already one step ahead of the pack who put it in the "too hard" basket.
      Congrats on your success. Yeah, I just want to emphasize on a point you made. My fiverr gigs weren't an overnight success either. I mean, it started from the first few days, but it juts comes little by little. So you have to give it some time and work on it.
  • Profile picture of the author greeneyeddame
    I started at fiverr about a month ago but have only made about $50. I picked gigs that I could do relatively fast and put my best effort into them. Earlier this week one of my former buyers became a client and paid $500 for a bulk order at a better rate

    How did I do it? Like I said, I put in a solid effort and I communicated with the buyer. Remember, although it might only be $4, you should still treat the buyer in a polite professional manner and deliver your best work. Say thank-you and let them know you are available for more gigs should they need your service. This is exactly what I have done on every single freelance project I have ever worked on and it has continued to bring me more jobs. In other words, make the best of the gigs people do buy.
    • Profile picture of the author zigato
      Originally Posted by greeneyeddame View Post

      I started at fiverr about a month ago but have only made about $50. I picked gigs that I could do relatively fast and put my best effort into them. Earlier this week one of my former buyers became a client and paid $500 for a bulk order at a better rate
      Congratulations!

      One of my buyers has also done this. I think that person is an internet marketer (maybe someone on WF? :p) and they bought a pack of 50 or so from me just before Christmas.

      I know for a fact that my gigs are spread by word of mouth to other customers because some of them mention that they were sent by a previous buyer. So if you do a good job and a professional in your communication = $$$ on Fiverr!
    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by greeneyeddame View Post

      I started at fiverr about a month ago but have only made about $50. I picked gigs that I could do relatively fast and put my best effort into them. Earlier this week one of my former buyers became a client and paid $500 for a bulk order at a better rate

      How did I do it? Like I said, I put in a solid effort and I communicated with the buyer. Remember, although it might only be $4, you should still treat the buyer in a polite professional manner and deliver your best work. Say thank-you and let them know you are available for more gigs should they need your service. This is exactly what I have done on every single freelance project I have ever worked on and it has continued to bring me more jobs. In other words, make the best of the gigs people do buy.
      Congratulations on receiving that bulk $500 order! You have definitely started off on the right foot by only offering gigs that you can do pretty fast, because this will enable you to scale up easily when you get big orders, like what just happened to you. I'm sure you're getting at least $20 per hour for your gigs (when aggregated), and you'll find that this will enable you to work on your internet marketing instead of spending all day fulfilling your gigs!

      Paul
    • Profile picture of the author satrap
      Originally Posted by greeneyeddame View Post

      I started at fiverr about a month ago but have only made about $50. I picked gigs that I could do relatively fast and put my best effort into them. Earlier this week one of my former buyers became a client and paid $500 for a bulk order at a better rate

      How did I do it? Like I said, I put in a solid effort and I communicated with the buyer. Remember, although it might only be $4, you should still treat the buyer in a polite professional manner and deliver your best work. Say thank-you and let them know you are available for more gigs should they need your service. This is exactly what I have done on every single freelance project I have ever worked on and it has continued to bring me more jobs. In other words, make the best of the gigs people do buy.
      Congratulations and thanks for the tips.

      Yes, even though its just $5 (after fiverr fee $4), still you should treat the buyer nicely. Its just like any other services.

      Do your best and dont be afraid to go to the extra mile to ensure the buyer is happy and satisfied. And you never know, that $4 may lead to tens and hunderds of orders from the same buyer.
  • Profile picture of the author masterpeez4py
    great. just like i am also making mine. thanks for your tips.
  • Profile picture of the author alamest
    Yes you are right..it will be good start for new people how to make money online but using fiverr they need to understand it how it works..

    And yes people need to invest in domains and hosting..that is the starting point of internet marketing..
  • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
    These are all very good tips. Some I have heard of already but they are pretty good for newbies..

    Fiverr has earned me about $60 with a minimal amt of work
  • Profile picture of the author sarahberra
    This sounds like a good plan. It all adds up. Thanks for sharing.
    • Profile picture of the author LexWorldOnline
      Thank you so much Mr. Satrap for the great tip you've shared. I'm a newbie in Internet Marketing and this is my first time in the Warrior Forum. I've been reading different posts here in the forum and I'd say what you shared here in this discussion is interests me a lot.

      God bless you ALL...
  • Profile picture of the author derekad
    can I withdraw money from fiverr not to paypal but to my credit card?
    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by derekad View Post

      can I withdraw money from fiverr not to paypal but to my credit card?
      I'm pretty sure that there isn't any way to directly withdraw your Fiverr balance to your credit card, but if you have a Paypal debit card, you can access your Fiverr money the moment it hits your Paypal account.

      Paul

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