Can i post my fiverr gig in here?

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Basically as title says
#fiverr #gig #post
  • Profile picture of the author Nytshade
    Yes you can, and then get banned afterwards

    But you can promote your fiverr gigs in the classified section of the forum.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Hunter
      Originally Posted by Nytshade View Post

      Yes you can, and then get banned afterwards .
      Lol.

      ..........
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    • Profile picture of the author Area
      Originally Posted by Nytshade View Post

      Yes you can, and then get banned afterwards

      But you can promote your fiverr gigs in the classified section of the forum.
      Was about to do the same. Thank you for warning
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      • Profile picture of the author niles
        Why would you want to post it here? Place and ad in the Classified or WSO section and you can charge a lot more.

        You could start the price off at $5 to get some reviews.

        After you get 5-10 good reviews, increase the price and make more for less work.

        Good Luck,
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  • Here are warrior for hire as well, similar to fiverr. So what you can do is arbitrage.

    E.g. sign up for warriors for higher, then advertise you gig here for $20 doing backlinks for SEO and then pay someone on fiverr $5 to do the work for you. You make $15 profit

    That's the only legal way to get a gig posted on warrior forum

    I trust this will help you make a profit
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  • Profile picture of the author sameon
    I see someone having their fiverr link on their signature here. You might want to try it one of these days if you are allowed to post a signature on your profile.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    You can put it in your signature, but not refer to it in any post. You can also put it in Warriors for Hire if appropriate or Classified.
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      Suzanne is right. Just remember that the forum sections here do not allow self-promotion except the paid sections of the forum (Warriors for hire, Classified ads, WSOs, etc). Otherwise the WF will turn into a spam fest!

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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    Hmmmmm, a spam fest you say.....

    Suzanne is right. Just remember that the forum sections here do not allow self-promotion except the paid sections of the forum (Warriors for hire, Classified ads, WSOs, etc). Otherwise the WF will turn into a spam fest!
    What about all those guys that post - what is wrong with my gig?

    I am not making any sales on FIVERR any more.

    Please create a section for FIVERR questions, so we can give you answers.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      the forum sections here do not allow self-promotion
      Sure about that? Couldn't tell from many of the threads and posts today who are linking to their own sites in the posts - and they weren't all from "new" members.
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      • Profile picture of the author Steve B
        Kay, you are right. Posters do push the limits when asking for help and many of them only do it to get some traffic to their site or promote their business through their sig file. But how do you tell for sure who is legitimately asking for site help and who the spammers are? Sometimes it's obvious - sometimes it's not IMO.

        Other than banning all sig files and all references to specific sites one owns, I'm not sure there's a way. Any ideas?

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  • Profile picture of the author TeKn1qu3z
    It is better to make a site of yours own and place all your services, then place the site in your signature.

    Buy an ad here to get more sales and most of the people had posted they don't like Fiverr.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      But how do you tell for sure who is legitimately asking for site help and who the spammers are?
      Not that complicated. If someone is linking in a thread or post with a bit.ly link - 9 times out of 10 (at least) that person is pointing to HIS site.
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