What is the value of FiveRR?

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Hi, I hear a lot of talk about FiveRR? What is the value of selling services on FiveRR?

Has anyone profited from FiveRR? If so, how?

Do people make long term clients on FiveRR sometimes?

What is it about FiveRR that I am missing?

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Cool Hand Luke
    Use the search button. All of your questions will be answered.
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  • Profile picture of the author showmegreen
    fiverr is a nice place
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  • Profile picture of the author Shane N
    Fiverr is great... But there are many others as well, such as Tennerr, GigBucks, Zeerk, Dealerr,
    IMGiGz.com, etc.

    Don't limit yourself to Fiverr alone... You can make money from all of the above, or
    if your looking for cheap labor, you can find them at any of the above sites!

    Best,
    Shane
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    • Profile picture of the author lianab11
      Fiverr is great for cheap outsourcing, a real time saver for me. I ordered a bunch of video intro compositions, HD, really good quality.
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    • Profile picture of the author pmbrent
      Originally Posted by Shane Natan View Post

      Fiverr is great... But there are many others as well, such as Tennerr, GigBucks, Zeerk, Dealerr,
      IMGiGz.com, etc.

      Don't limit yourself to Fiverr alone... You can make money from all of the above, or
      if your looking for cheap labor, you can find them at any of the above sites!

      Best,
      Shane
      Wow, I've never heard of those other sites.
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      • Profile picture of the author SocialMediaOwls
        Originally Posted by pmbrent View Post

        Wow, I've never heard of those other sites.
        Most of the other sites are better as they give the seller flexibilty to change the price to $10/15/20 etc....
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  • Profile picture of the author NickFarina
    Fiverr has the most traffic out of all the gig sites but there is definitely a fair share of rubbish on there.

    Whenever you search for a gig, make sure you search by rating. This will ensure you get the best gigs.
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  • Profile picture of the author gefflong
    Fiverr also works for building a list.
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  • Profile picture of the author TryBPO
    We order quite a bit of content from Fiverr. It's less efficient than going through a traditional content house, but I like the variety and the price.

    I wrote a post about using Fiverr a couple of days ago you might want to check out:
    Harnessing The Value Of Five Dollars
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  • Profile picture of the author LooseChange
    If you're looking to make money on a site where gigs are sold for $5, you might as well take a job flipping burgers. At least the pay is steady and reliable.

    Thinking about outsourcing work on Fiverr, forget about it, the site is over-run with scammers and Fiverr has zero customer support.

    as far as I'm concerned, Fiverr is an epic mega fail.
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    • Profile picture of the author matt5409
      Originally Posted by LooseChange View Post

      If you're looking to make money on a site where gigs are sold for $5, you might as well take a job flipping burgers. At least the pay is steady and reliable.

      Thinking about outsourcing work on Fiverr, forget about it, the site is over-run with scammers and Fiverr has zero customer support.

      as far as I'm concerned, Fiverr is an epic mega fail.
      I make a steady $400+ using Fiverr every month. I can complete each job within 10 minutes and have had 100% positive feedback.

      For me, Fiverr is a goldmine, and once again you are speaking from a platform of complete ignorance.
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      • Profile picture of the author seotechnician
        Matt - I think FiveRR is a good way to zero into what people want. This is why the website fascinates me.
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  • Profile picture of the author AmoooorLin
    The best thing is to create one gig on fiverr to sell your service for 5 bucks and then you will understand and clear about that!
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  • Profile picture of the author corsleymaxwell
    Fiverr is a great marketplace, but to keep from getting taken advantage of or simply running out of time
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  • Profile picture of the author Nail Yener
    Originally Posted by seotechnician View Post

    Has anyone profited from FiveRR? If so, how?
    Fiverr is definitely a good place to make some easy cash. If you can come up with a good gig idea that is in demand, you can profit really nice. I talk in detail about Fiverr, in my blog post here:

    Fiverr: A Great Place to Start Making Money Online

    I hope it will give you some ideas to start with.
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  • Profile picture of the author axus_auto
    Fiverr is a great place to buy cheap and good services, in my opinion. But making money off of Fiverr seems a bit too tough for me.
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    • Profile picture of the author seotechnician
      Originally Posted by axus_auto View Post

      Fiverr is a great place to buy cheap and good services, in my opinion. But making money off of Fiverr seems a bit too tough for me.
      The fact it looks tough is fascinating to me, because it challenges me to create a good product, tight ad copy and a product that can be produced automatically (without much effort).

      After all, isn't this what a good successful product is anyhow?
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  • Profile picture of the author webapex
    I've heard of no effort offers of fiverr, like 90,000 plr articles, and high profit schemes, like setting up a wordpress site for $5, providing they use your recommended host, (one that pays a $100 affiliate commission.)
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  • Profile picture of the author bkkmma
    I think it is better to buy from Fiverr than sell. Just my opinion.
    There are certainly a few bargains, mixed in with some rubbish and a few crazy gigs.
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