How to get your fiverr gigs more exposed??

Profile picture of the author JohnMoney by JohnMoney Posted: 06/01/2011
I've seen people make lots of money on fiverr couple hundred a month to thousands how do they do it. How can they expose their gigs fast ?? Any ideas you are using that are making you money on fiverr.

Sincerely , john
#exposed #fiverr #gigs

  • Profile picture of the author Gary Ning Lo
    Gary Ning Lo
    I personally make around 5 sales on these gig sites per day... But that's really not a lot of money..

    The money is in the upsells and continuous email marketing.

    Cheers,

    ~Gary
  • Profile picture of the author Nulli Secundus
    Nulli Secundus
    Originally Posted by garytsang View Post
    I personally make around 5 sales on these gig sites per day... But that's really not a lot of money..

    The money is in the upsells and continuous email marketing.

    Cheers,

    ~Gary
    Interesting will fiverr allow the sellers to capture the clients email addresses? If so then its definitely a good idea, it would create continued business with people that like your work
  • Profile picture of the author freeman84
    freeman84
    i believe u cant get emails from fiverr but instead ask for email contact then add them to ur email list...
  • Profile picture of the author HotDamnShortSales
    HotDamnShortSales
    you can not exchange email addresses, skype, etc on fiverr. it will pickup on it and give you warning, and then suspend you. however, there are ways around this obviously by creatively giving your email address. fiverr knows people will bypass their service and pay people outside fiverr. i dont like that feature, if im paying someone, i should be able to give them my email address!
  • Profile picture of the author HollyK
    HollyK
    You could always make videos of your gigs and put them up on YouTube and other video sharing services. Fiverr lets you upload the videos on the gigs themselves, too. You can promote your Fiverr account the same way you would promote anything else - article marketing, links from other sites, ads, etc.
  • Profile picture of the author SocialMediaOwls
    SocialMediaOwls
    Do you have your gigs on other fiverr clones so you can make more money? I have listed all my gigs on other sites and have sold the gigs on every single one...plus I list them for $10, 15 or 20 and make more bucks
  • Profile picture of the author mookinman
    mookinman
    Videos are a geat idea, really important for fiverr. How many gigs are illustrated with a crappy little low resolution clipart image that has little to do with the actual offering?

    Post a link to examples of your work.

    Also you could post in forums with a link in your signature.
  • Profile picture of the author lacraiger
    lacraiger
    use lots of keywords when you tag your gigs
  • Profile picture of the author dtommy79
    dtommy79
    Yeah, that's a good idea. If there are similar gigs to yours, check your most popular competitor's tags and description. Also don't forget to bookmark your gigs on as many site as possible.
  • Profile picture of the author Elle Davies
    Elle Davies
    I agree with SocialMediaOwls, putting your gig on other Fiverr clones has worked for me, although I have had more sales on Fiverr itself.

    My tip is: Don't just wait for people to come to you, use the 'buyer requests' at the side of the pages. It's the buyers way of telling you what they need. I've used this feature so many times to generate my own sales. Be proactive!
  • Profile picture of the author fluffythewondercat
    fluffythewondercat
    How can they expose their gigs fast ?? Any ideas you are using that are making you money on fiverr.

    12 free ways to promote your Fiverr gigs and make more money

    That's a good start.

    fLufF
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  • Profile picture of the author Shane N
    Shane N
    You can:

    1. Post your gigs on other fiverr alternative sites.
    2. Keyword optimize your gigs to show up within search engine results.
    3. Re-post your old gigs that no longer get traffic.
    4. Make your gig title/headlines stand out above the rest.

    Best,
    Shane
  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Lessey
    Stephen Lessey
    From my experience being a seller myself. All I did was give them an url shortcut included to their zip file of their work. And to presell, on the completed work tab i'll say:

    "Thanks for the gig. Attached are the files. And for you being awesome, I included a free gift on ______"

    Here im adding personality and sending the new client to my sales funnel.
  • Profile picture of the author DotComBum
    DotComBum
    I put the link to my Fiverr gig in forums' singnatures, that will gives you some traffic to your gigs.
  • Profile picture of the author Edwin101
    Edwin101
    i would recommend create multiple gig for the same service in order to get higher exposure.

    This is what I did and guess what,I get a couple of gig ordered in a day,not a big money though.

    I think you can try this trick,it might work for you.


    Cheers!
  • Profile picture of the author Dimitris Skiadas
    Dimitris Skiadas
    Try to think as an Internet Marketer...What would you do if you had to advertise your website and get more traffic?

    Google Adwords?
    Forum posting(signature)?
    Facebook?
    Youtube videos?

    The same goes here...Try to promote your service to the right people asking for it.You may never make millions out of it but 300$ extra per month is NOT bad at all, isn' it?

    Dimitris
  • Profile picture of the author fluffythewondercat
    fluffythewondercat
    I've seen Fiverr sellers successfully promote their gigs through blog commenting. Just make it a meaty and meaningful comment, not a pure ad for your gig.

    Remember, everybody wants to find the best providers on Fiverr.

    fLufF
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  • Profile picture of the author syda
    syda
    My problem is just the opposite. I offer BMR posts on fiverr and sometimes I wake up to 30 new orders, 4 to 6 articles each. If I was selling an ebook or something, it would be great. But I now have to complete all those articles by deadline otherwise I get in trouble. So, I would like a feature to limit my orders for each day.
    And I would love some more tips on how to get my fiverr customers to order from my website, I don't like their 20% fees too much.
  • Profile picture of the author Hooda M Kismet
    Hooda M Kismet
    Originally Posted by Stephen Lessey View Post
    From my experience being a seller myself. All I did was give them an url shortcut included to their zip file of their work. And to presell, on the completed work tab i'll say:

    "Thanks for the gig. Attached are the files. And for you being awesome, I included a free gift on ______"

    Here im adding personality and sending the new client to my sales funnel.
    Hey that's a great tip! Thanks for sharing I will try that!!
  • Profile picture of the author fluffythewondercat
    fluffythewondercat
    Originally Posted by syda View Post
    I offer BMR posts on fiverr and sometimes I wake up to 30 new orders, 4 to 6 articles each. If I was selling an ebook or something, it would be great. But I now have to complete all those articles by deadline otherwise I get in trouble. So, I would like a feature to limit my orders for each day.
    What most sellers do is suspend their gig when their workload reaches max capacity. Under Seller > My Gigs, there's an Edit button to the right of your gig. Just choose Suspend.

    It's better if you suspend it yourself, because if you get too far behind, Fiverr suspends it for you. That damages your rating.

    fLufF
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