This is probably something someone here will scoop up and use as the latest wso tactic, and so be it...more power to you.
I just hope it helps some of you and that more of you will actually put it to use and DO it.
Ok, so pay attention, it's pretty powerful if you understand what's going on.
If you're a member of the war room (which I highly suggest you do if you haven't yet), then you know that whatever you offer has to be free, and you can't squeeze people to access.
You CAN however place a link to get more content behind some sort of gated access - including links to squeeze pages, membership sign ons, etc.
So, this is the same idea I applied to Fiverr, and you can, too.
Now, most people that use Fiverr are offering a service of some sort, with some of the more eccentric offerings being things like dancing around in a banana suit, singing "It's Peanut Butta Time" for your friend's birthday or whatever.
A lot of people think this is the only way to stand out and make money using this platform.
In fact, it's the quickest way to degrade your earning potential and highlight the desperate and soon to be overworked.
The time to deliver such gigs is massive and super undervalued.
So, here's how I reversed it, after seeing what someone else was doing to earn in the realm of $300 to $500 bucks a day from Fiverr:
1. I only offered mini info products
2. Offered freebies for positive feedback (some might think this unethical)
3. Opt-ins for bonus stuff
So, the idea, if you don't want to run afoul of their TOS, is to offer info products that are one and done things.
The trick is to just do it once...
One product, one solution style.
Complete the sales page, including a video.
Tell the people what they will get if they buy your gig.
A pdf to a link to their download page or deliverable page.
Why not just give them the deliverable?
You can, but if you want to be able to use all your ninja im skills including pop ups to special offers, side bar offers, etc...
It's easier to direct them to a page to be able to do that.
Plus, you can make upgrades, changes, etc. without having to redeliver stuff to people that already bought from you.
In complete transparency, I had to learn what was ok through trial and error and eventually got my gigs sand boxed from Fiverr's search initially, but what I did on the back end allowed my gigs to earn traffic through other social means which still happen to this day.
Knowing what I know now, I advise people to do things this way and how I'd do it if starting from scratch.
I hope you found this useful, and I hope it helps you find new levels of success.
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