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This is in relation to a previous post but has anyone made any money on Fiverr.com ?

I've made about 100 on there.
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  • I got started on Fiverr but I've since left because there's more money to be made elsewhere.

    These days I outsource design stuff there though.
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  • Profile picture of the author mattyprimmer
    Am I the only one that feels like those sites are a total waste of time? I feel like you need to think bigger. You need to be Fiver!
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    • Profile picture of the author mahol
      Hey i am with you......actually i made 12 sales in previous month got express delivery rating.......and immediately few silly fellow ordered my gig my misreading title.....they didn't read it properly and asked me to cancle the gig in just 1 hour after delivering them.........my top selling rating was removed and since no sales........We cant fully depend on FIVERR.COM
      Originally Posted by mattyprimmer View Post

      Am I the only one that feels like those sites are a total waste of time? I feel like you need to think bigger. You need to be Fiver!
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    • Profile picture of the author Yulia from DNP
      Originally Posted by mattyprimmer View Post

      Am I the only one that feels like those sites are a total waste of time? I feel like you need to think bigger. You need to be Fiver!
      Thats great! any great ideas you want to share ?
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      Originally Posted by mattyprimmer View Post

      Am I the only one that feels like those sites are a total waste of time? I feel like you need to think bigger. You need to be Fiver!
      If you think big and outside of the box fiverr is very profitable.

      The problem is people usually don't think outside of the box and they go off on a "how can I profit from $4 a gig" rants.


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      • Profile picture of the author Zayne
        Originally Posted by Daniel Evans View Post

        If you think big and outside of the box fiverr is very profitable.

        The problem is people usually don't think outside of the box and they go off on a "how can I profit from $4 a gig" rants.


        Daniel
        Agreed Daniel, to really be an avocate of your product, anyone who is thinking of leveraging fiverr for cash, make sure you read Daniels Fiverr Frenzy Report first.

        I read it and it bore my singular business idea that I am working on, and with a bit of elbow grease should bear efforts resulting in at least $10k per month. And this is using ONE of his ideas. Goodness knows what would happen if I started using all of the ideas in there.

        Thanks again for this Daniel, PM me if you are curious to know which one I am working on, I would love your advice, experience on the matter!

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  • Profile picture of the author typoo999
    I made a few bucks with them but I don't care about Fiverr anymore. It's better if you make your own business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul200
    Never made money from it but spent a lot on gigs in the past lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Drew Trainor
    It's okay if your gig is totally automated. There are people making really good money on there...but they've got a system in place.
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  • Profile picture of the author GypsyButterfly
    I just started using them a few weeks ago & have earned some money & have more funds waiting to clear. I'm using it as a launching pad for my writing. I certainly should be making more than I do on there. However, it helps me hone my craft, learn which genres I write the best & get my creations out there.
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  • Profile picture of the author James.N
    I agree, if you can get it so you're only spending a few minutes to do a gig, you can certainly make some decent money. Otherwise, it just takes to long to make 5 bucks.
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  • Profile picture of the author RichardDean
    You became $2,244 richer since you joined Fiverr! that is my current fiverr account.

    It started out as testing then it took off... after it took off I was a top seller then I got more business... then they added gig extra's with top seller I had 18 gigs going and made sales on all but about 3.

    Then one day the gig extras was gone I was still top seller. Still going good.

    Then one day Top seller was gone... Slowed down but still going good.

    Then I asked support about top seller why I have all these sales and 100% feedback... then top seller was back then gig extra was back.

    Then gone again about 3 weeks later I'm still 100% feedback. I emailed again they said it's the content writers they might add you again as top seller just keep doing a good job.

    Then they updated to the new look... BAM! all my gigs were gone.

    I got two gigs back after asking support they said to re create the others... but the system only allows 20 gigs I got two back so with the 18 I had and the 2 that is 20.

    Now it says I can only create 20 gigs... Back to support 2 weeks later nothing... Sales dropped 75% with only 2 gigs.

    Back to support they found two more gigs so now today I only have 4 gigs the system thinks I have 20 gigs so can't create any more.

    Lost all my feedback got a few back with the last two gigs they found.

    I'm still 100% feedback : I have 4 gigs live : can't create any more till they fig out what happen to them.

    I'm working on a real life fiverr report if I ever get to it.
    not one of the make 10,000 a month on fiverr ya right


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  • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
    Congrats for making that much, again, fiverr is not for everyone, some people can make 1 sale else where that worth couple of thousands while other jobs can pay $4 at a time.

    fiverr as other money making money ideas, some work for you some doesn't that doesn't affect them both way. You can see fiverr website is doing pretty well compare to others.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Fiverr reminds me of the "Project Payday" model and the Flippa website. But you can still earn good money with them tho. People are making money on Fiverr everyday.
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  • Profile picture of the author dennismoore2
    I've been on Fiverr as an article "rewriter" for nearly a year now, and I am approaching nearly $1600 earned. As you can see, not something to write home about (or would that be rewrite?) However, from that, I have earned a great deal of positive feedback for my work, testimonials in a sense to the quality of my work. I have established working relationships outside of Fiverr with some of my clients who felt I was worth more than $4 a project, and I have developed as a content service provider, especially in the area of deadlines and delivering when promised.

    Fiverr is not for everyone, but it can be a training ground or proving ground for several of your ideas.

    But unless you have a "system" where your gig can be output several times per hour, don't go leaving your day job -- ever.

    If you can use Fiverr as a model for your own business, as suggested elsewhere, now your are talking...

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  • Profile picture of the author Pamellalovely
    Originally Posted by Toddw35 View Post

    This is in relation to a previous post but has anyone made any money on Fiverr.com ?

    I've made about 100 on there.
    Yes, I have make lots of money from fiverr and i am doing work on the fiverr regularly....last week i had earn 50$ through the fiverr
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  • Profile picture of the author cjbmeb14
    I have been making regular small amounts from Fiverr but I just use fiverr to get bigger projects.
    I sell one article writing gig and 9 times out of 10 will lead to bigger orders.
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  • Profile picture of the author SamuelUherek
    I think Fiverr is a good place to make some extra bucks. If you have some software you use every single day, I don't see a point not making extra $100-$400/month just by putting your gig on Fiverr. It will pay off the expenses for the software and it doesn't take you mach time either to setup a campaign and send the buyer a report of what you've done.

    The best and the worst thing is that the sellers and buyers on Fiverr change quickly. So the new sellers get chance to get some orders even without 100% feedback and sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author jhonrock007
    I provide Social bookmarking services and made $2000+ but now I am realize with my bad experience with fiverr don't depend on fiverr, when your account will block with any notice.
    Many fiverr seller doing more cheaper work in $5..500 social bookmarking for $5 but he get $4. When I start my bookmarking services I charge $35 for 500 bookmarking.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael D Forbes
    I've made pretty decent money from Fiverr. I do NOT use it to provide labor intensive services though. I also use a variety of ways to significantly boost what my Fiverr customers are worth to me.

    I'm quite happy with my results there, but I will admit I consider it to be a gravy portion of my business now.
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  • Profile picture of the author SocialMediaOwls
    The best thing you can do for yourself is to get your gig up on fiverr clones and other micro job sites....spread the love around
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  • Profile picture of the author Entrecon
    I have been on fiverr about 2 months now and have generated about $600. I agree with most of the other posts on here that you need to automate out do some tasks that don't take to long. I am working on transitioning away from fiverr and showcasing my skills in other markets. Fiverr allowed me to build a portfolio and work out any kinks in my process. People are willing to overlook the little things when they are only paying $5.
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    • Profile picture of the author moneyroom
      Fiverr is a simply another way to find new customers. I started out using Fiverr to get customers and great testimonials. I've actually made some good money on Fiverr.

      But let's get real. You make four dollars for every gig you do. If you can figure out the ways to create mass sales, and be able to duplicate your efforts, doing Fiverr is going to take time.

      I've done enough gigs with the high satisfactory rating they just made me a Level 2 Seller
      which apparently a feat in itself.

      The goal is to pay attention to your gigs, get them done within the timeline you create,
      respond quickly and communicate with your customers. Do a good job, make people happy and you WILL make some serious money.

      Feel free to search Fiverr and find my gigs under the name moneyroom.

      Any questions you need answer to just PM me.

      Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ewan1998
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    I've made about $20 doing forum posts for people. Surprisingly, they sell well and I've got a customer that's ordered the same gig a few times.
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      • Profile picture of the author RichardDean
        Originally Posted by jimmyjam1983 View Post

        Theres plenty of money to be made on fiverr if you know what your doing

        my account

        Hey Nice photo... what is the gig (meaning with that much you have tops so don't matter if anyone copied you because they could never catch you now)

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  • Profile picture of the author FlashMatrix
    I have been with fiverr for about a year and earned $244 to be exact,
    but I can tell you it was hard hard work, I develop Flash based applications, and I was designing and programming custom made components for my clients but because it was taking a lot of my time for very little money, I drew out all of my earnings and only started accepting multigigs.

    However, if you are providing something that you can deliver immediately like an ebook etc then it is worth staying with fiverr, if you are like me making things from scratch to earn 4 dollars at a time, you will soon get bored of it like I did.
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  • Profile picture of the author paul_1
    Fiverr is a good place to make extra cash. But you need to be creative in a sense that you need to put yourself also in the shoes of potential customer then think if you will be attracted enough to get your service - it really helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author XBloggerX
    After trying everything online, and I mean everything, and making very little money. I turned to Fiverr.

    In two months, I made $248 writing articles, however, the hours and hours it took me to make that paltry amount was crazy!

    And the brain power to keep coming up with interesting things to say about subjects I had no interest in, well, I was ready to shoot myself after two months of this!

    And, my thoughts automatically went where they always do. As many others say, I want to BE Fiverr, not work on Fiverr.

    So, I stopped.
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  • Profile picture of the author chinadigipro
    Fiverr... suits for desperados...for people tryin to make few extra bucks.... Not for those who wanna earn big...
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    • Profile picture of the author RichardDean
      Originally Posted by chinadigipro View Post

      Fiverr... suits for desperados...for people tryin to make few extra bucks.... Not for those who wanna earn big...
      Yep keep thinking that by the way I just delivered the gigs you ordered.

      Thanks for the extra bucks

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  • Profile picture of the author TopBackBuilder
    Use it as a supplement but never your primary source of income, hopefully you won't need it in the future.
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  • Profile picture of the author Usmile
    Hi there,

    I've heard so much about Fiverr, lots of people are making money in there yet still there are some who don't. But if you're looking forward to earn big extras I suggest you to try another outlet rather than Fiverr.
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  • I like Fiverr, and have made some cash on their with relatively little effort. It's not something I promote, though. I find it much more lucrative to promote gigs on forums like this one.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    Fiverr is a great way to make money. Especially if you are starting out and need the exposure. I have already sold a bunch of gigs. At first no one wanted me. That is because my rep was zero. Start by building up your name. BTW, it is important to have a good rep. That can make or break you. Also, your gig rates must be competitive for you to win.
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    Fiverr the Best Sell Product PLR
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    Yes you can if you can promote it wella
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  • Profile picture of the author aaaa33030
    I've made over $140 doing things manually.

    As soon as I get my hands on scrapebox I'll be glad to post an honest screenshot like jimmyjam1983's
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  • Profile picture of the author Cataclysm1987
    Whatever you sell, make sure it doesn't take more than 5-10 minutes to do.
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  • Profile picture of the author jhonrock007
    if you complete your order within 1 hour than fiverr is best.
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    Fiverr is best for SeNuke services like create backlinks with SeNuke X
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  • Profile picture of the author smadronia
    I have an account on Fiverr, and I've made $152. I did a lot of article writing, but it just takes so long as to not be worth it.

    The trick, like others said, is to find gigs that don't take long to finish, and are in high demand. I don't currently have anything like that, so I suspended my gigs on Fiverr, because I get burnt out writing articles and reviews.
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  • Profile picture of the author eldudebros
    Fiverr is good for those who have just started out. I earned $40 for the first time on the net on Fiverr.

    You know those feeling when you earned your first profit online?
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  • Profile picture of the author ThunderC
    fiverr is awesome
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  • Profile picture of the author Orator
    Fiverr paid my rent, electric, and food bills for a couple of months at one time, so I will never have anything but positive things to say about it. All I can say is that it takes a lot of hard work to reach the four figure range, and there might be other ways of making money that are easier.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dimitris Skiadas
    I still use Fiverr to earn some extra money.It's not always much but i earn 80-200$ per month, offering a service. Fiverr must be the key to bigger jobs.

    From there you could build a list, you could promote your products, offer services for a higher price etc

    I think that is worth a bit of your time, especially if you are a newbie and need any kind of money

    Cheers

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  • Profile picture of the author xypoon
    Fiverr is a good source of money for mostly people providing SEO services and video testimonials, etc. Things that can be done within short amount of time and earn you some money.

    For me Fiverr is giving some money but nothing that can be considered as significant unfortunately.
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  • Profile picture of the author weheartcontent
    I hate Fiverr. Its by no means a millionaire maker, but it can help you out if you are starting out with nothing. If you offer your services on Fiverr, try and get your client on your list. He might just be willing to hire you for more
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  • Profile picture of the author Tadresources
    I haven't made money there but I've outsourced content and other services and gotten great results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danielle Lynn
    Fiverr is fantastic if you use it wisely - just like any other marketing tool out there.

    I still use it to this day.

    In a nutshell: plan out your gigs, position yourself well, razzle-dazzle 'em and upsell like crazy.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    Our secret with fiverr.

    Offer a service that is already popular and try to beat the top contender by offer great service, fast service and always go the extra step.

    The secret with fiverr is there is no secret. Just have to offer something what everyone wants and needs. And you have to do a proper job and get people give great feedback. Soon as others see massive good feedback the sales will just come.
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  • Profile picture of the author almiller
    Partner made $2000 there last month. You need to find something that you can automate, so you can crank it out fast. Writing articles is a huge waste, you will spend 8 hours a day writing unique articles and pocketing maybe $40 on a good day. In contrast you can automate gigs and make triple that.

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    • Profile picture of the author RichardDean
      Originally Posted by almiller View Post

      Partner made $2000 there last month. You need to find something that you can automate, so you can crank it out fast. Writing articles is a huge waste, you will spend 8 hours a day writing unique articles and pocketing maybe $40 on a good day. In contrast you can automate gigs and make triple that.

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      What does your partner do... 2000.00 in one month that is 500 gigs... Tell us more.

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  • Profile picture of the author tumichael
    I joined fiverr 1 year ago and have earned about 600 bucks. is it worth it?
    My gig is very unique cause it is related to Moondancing which I am an expert in that field
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    • Profile picture of the author madzstar
      Originally Posted by tumichael View Post

      I joined fiverr 1 year ago and have earned about 600 bucks. is it worth it?
      My gig is very unique cause it is related to Moondancing which I am an expert in that field
      You joined and earned 600 in one day and u asking if its worth it? U EARNED 600 DOLLARS IN ONE DAY!!! Dats wat people do in 2months. Am not going to justify that question with an answer.
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      • Profile picture of the author Zayne
        Originally Posted by madzstar View Post

        You joined and earned 600 in one day and u asking if its worth it? U EARNED 600 DOLLARS IN ONE DAY!!! Dats wat people do in 2months. Am not going to justify that question with an answer.
        I think he meant he has earned $600 over the course of a year.

        I agree though, you can use it head on and automate it so you dont have to do anything really, or you can think big picture and make hundreds of thousands from fiverr!

        You know what I mean if you have read Fiverr Frenzy...

        Sorry to be mysterious but its not my gig you know!

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    I have made about 48 bucks only not even 50 yet.
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    Never made money from it but spent A LOT on gigs.
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  • Profile picture of the author mesh
    I don't think you can make that much money from fiverr considering how much you get paid for a lot of work
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  • Profile picture of the author Shane N
    People make tons of money on my site, which is essentially a fiverr for internet marketers ONLY... Where gigs can be posted for ANY price!

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