Anyone knows of a good coach for fiverr biz?

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Hi Everyone,

I am a level 2 seller on fiverr, and my biz is dwindling a bit and its on the downside for the last couple of months. I need to revamp this biz as fiverr has given me some decent income { around 3k till now}

I am in fact looking out for a good coach who can support me to earn and regain my fiverr income. I have heard about "artflair", who does coaching on this forum, just wanted to check if there are any other who I can touch base with.

something on my fiverr account, I am selling mostly PLR and MLR stuff basically ebooks. so if anyone has a good idea on how to make it big on fiverr, pls help me

kind reg

srini
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  • Profile picture of the author Shaolinsteve
    Not sure about coaching but speak to Daniel Evans. He seems to be on top form with the Fiverr biz and has a number of WSO's here for it.

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    • Profile picture of the author srini30
      Thanks Shaolinsteve, But honestly have checked about daniel evans and have found he only sells some of the methods on fiverr and doesn't teach anyone personally. Honestly his claims are also too good to be true, all his WSOs claim to make $3k to $4k with a single gig!

      Am looking for an authentic one who can make me earn anywhere between $600to $800 a month


      Originally Posted by Shaolinsteve View Post

      Not sure about coaching but speak to Daniel Evans. He seems to be on top form with the Fiverr biz and has a number of WSO's here for it.

      View Profile: Daniel Evans
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      • Profile picture of the author Lucian Lada
        Originally Posted by srini30 View Post

        Honestly his claims are also too good to be true, all his WSOs claim to make $3k to $4k with a single gig!
        I don't know Daniel and haven't seen any of his products, but if I were starting out and trying to make money with Fiverr, I'd go with him. I know a lot of people here respect him, so he has to be doing something right.

        And $3,000 to $4,000 per month is not that much. I'm also assuming it's not an overnight process, and requires quite some effort.

        Plus, he doesn't guarantee you that much money - that's just how much he's making. Maybe you'll make less, maybe more. Who knows?

        And why do you need a coach? You can learn by yourself from e-books, and then just ask questions around here to fill in the gaps. Much cheaper.
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  • Profile picture of the author fpforum
    I've never seen anyone advertising coaching for Fiverr.. I really didn't think there would be a big market for that considering how cheap most things are on the site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Slade556
    Why do you need coaching for Fiverr? This is a first!
    If your business is not doing as great as it used to be, then just advertise your gigs more, set up new ones, offer something your competition doesn't..
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Since you are selling mostly PLR materials on Fiverr, you really have your work cut out for you.

    Why? There are tons of people doing the exact same thing.

    You have to pay attention to your best-performing competitor.

    In many cases, you only need to reverse engineer them.

    What do I mean by a reverse engineer?

    Pay attention to their strong points.

    What element of their Fiverr page do you think attracts buyers?

    What element of their page leads to conversion?

    Alternatively, pay attention to what they are doing wrong.

    Maybe you can fix their shortcomings.

    You then apply these to your page and you constantly make changes.

    Pay attention to the impact on your sales.

    If you are not getting many sales, then it means you are doing the wrong variations.

    You keep making variations and modifications until you get to where you need to go.

    Ideally, you should put a video, and you should also go make a big deal of the quality of the materials you are selling.

    You have to do something extra than simply offering PLR materials.

    That is no way to compete.

    If you do that, you are simply going to fall between the cracks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Poprugan
    I've looked into a lot of $0.99 eBooks on Fiverr listed on Amazon. There are quite a few. Not a single one of them has the best tips, but many of them have a lot of unique marketing tools and guides to getting more sales within. I'll usually take away something that draws in more sales from each book. And for 1/4 the price of a gig, I feel it's worth the investment.
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  • Profile picture of the author Janice Sperry
    Look for a coach on Fiverr. You can probably get a coach for $5.

    Just remember you get what you pay for.
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