Ideas For Fiverr Gigs?

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Hey all! I'm looking to see if anyone has any ideas for Fiverr gigs that aren't on Fiverr yet. This list won't be exclusively for me; rather, it's for anyone out there who wants to get started on Fiverr and make some money. I'm actually helping an offline friend get started today on Fiverr in a little JV kinda thing. Maybe someone will post an idea or two here that she can use as well?

Thanks in advance!

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  • Profile picture of the author Victoralexon
    Here are a few gigs that you could offer (all of them are probably being offered already though):

    - Offer text, audio or video content.
    - Transcription.
    - Translation.
    - Tutoring
    - Forum posting.
    - Blog commenting.
    - Editing.
    - Proofreading.
    - Handing out flyers.
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    • Profile picture of the author therichb
      Originally Posted by Victoralexon View Post

      Here are a few gigs that you could offer (all of them are probably being offered already though):

      - Offer text, audio or video content.
      - Transcription.
      - Translation.
      - Tutoring
      - Forum posting.
      - Blog commenting.
      - Editing.
      - Proofreading.
      - Handing out flyers.
      Good share of the gigs I can plan in near future to market there on Fiverr & Fiveruk.

      Even I was planning to offer adsense setup / managing SEO campaigns there with little change in price & who knows I can get good business out there in a short span of time. Fiverr is just awesome !!!
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    • Profile picture of the author steflove
      Originally Posted by Victoralexon View Post

      Here are a few gigs that you could offer (all of them are probably being offered already though):

      - Offer text, audio or video content.
      - Transcription.
      - Translation.
      - Tutoring
      - Forum posting.
      - Blog commenting.
      - Editing.
      - Proofreading.
      - Handing out flyers.
      Thanks for the advice
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    • Profile picture of the author DoubleOhDave
      Originally Posted by Victoralexon View Post

      Here are a few gigs that you could offer (all of them are probably being offered already though):

      - Offer text, audio or video content.
      - Transcription.
      - Translation.
      - Tutoring
      - Forum posting.
      - Blog commenting.
      - Editing.
      - Proofreading.
      - Handing out flyers.
      These are a lot of the most in demand there are on Fiverr and that's why they are a good idea... want something unique? I haven't tried this out properly yet, but Fiverr have a "Gifts" section. Go to eBay, search for a box, case, or "lot" of jewellery, sort the data so that it brings back the cheapest (inc. shipping). You will find a ton of nice costume jewllery with free shipping from China, spend the $3 or whatever it costs for the box (usually around 20 items per box). When you get it, take some good pics and offer them at 2 for $5. Create 20 gigs all with different types of Jewellery and add an upsell to every one and a duplicate one with a reworded description that offers the same thing. Then you will have a complete jewellery business on Fiverr which can't be hard o market! I have added jewellery in the box and Fiverr allowed it. My downfall is that I offered the complete box and said to allow three weeks for it to ship (as China takes a while to deliver).

      However, piynt is - who wants to buy a whole box when they are looking for a small gift? Probably no one.
      Who wants to wait three weeks? No one

      BUT!
      If you buy first and offer gigs that are all exclusively within a tight range such as all in the Gift section,
      can offer better shipping times - you may have some very good luck with it. I will be trying this out more as I rotate out my under-performing gigs..


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  • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
    Seasonal events have a demand in fiverr. When you see special days like Fathers day, Valentine day, Christmas etc or events, Make a gig to supply videos. Most of these gets will be displayed in first page of fiverr. Just my 2 cents.
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  • Profile picture of the author MrLeaVelle
    What Ive seen the most results from is to actually respond to the suggested gigs on the side of the page. Youd be surprised how often people look over those. If you see something that you can do, quickly created the gig, make them an offer and send them the link to the gig.

    And just like Victoralexon, post gigs for everything that you can do.

    Even if it can be found already, people usually want stuff done RIGHT NOW, so If you are very responsive, you can get the gigs alot of times regardless of how many other people have it posted.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Sneen
    As a blogger, I know there are key times when I am anxious to outsource. There are often difficulties one runs into. At times like these, I am especially anxious to outsource.

    One service you might offer would be naming of a blogpost. People put up posts and give them blah names. With a blah name...people just ignore the post. I have read threads on this forum which discuss ways to entitle a post so that it gets read.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    You could create a mini-tutorial of how to use Microsoft Outlook.
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    • Profile picture of the author NoQuarter
      Dress like a moron and do some stupid ****

      Plenty of featured gigs used that formula.
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      • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
        Originally Posted by topgold View Post

        A recently popular trend is "I will send you my diet plan for $5". Then the guys have a video and they show off their abs.
        I had this same idea, except I'm overweight and pale to a fault. I posted one offering to give away my diet plan for gaining weight, but it didn't seem to be too popular.

        Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

        You could create a mini-tutorial of how to use Microsoft Outlook.
        Good idea, except I've never used Outlook. I'm a Google Apps kinda guy.

        Originally Posted by David Sneen View Post

        One service you might offer would be naming of a blogpost. People put up posts and give them blah names. With a blah name...people just ignore the post. I have read threads on this forum which discuss ways to entitle a post so that it gets read.
        This isn't too bad at all. I'm going to put up something similar, maybe even 2-3 gigs based on this concept. This is a great idea and just got my head churning!

        Originally Posted by MrLeaVelle View Post

        What Ive seen the most results from is to actually respond to the suggested gigs on the side of the page. Youd be surprised how often people look over those. If you see something that you can do, quickly created the gig, make them an offer and send them the link to the gig.

        Even if it can be found already, people usually want stuff done RIGHT NOW, so If you are very responsive, you can get the gigs alot of times regardless of how many other people have it posted.
        This is awesome, too! I tried it once with no success, but I was probably just late to the party. I had 15 gigs up, but only 2 sales so I took them all down last night. (They were up for about 2 weeks.) I'm going to try and make some things that are more original and see if that works better.

        Thanks for the ideas so far and keep them coming!

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        • Profile picture of the author WikiWarrior
          How about making audio/video voiceovers reading off articles and other written content. This is something I'm thinking of getting done for my wiki site in the future. When I looked on Fiverr though, everyone is offering only 60 seconds which seems pretty tight. An article would only take 2 or 3 minutes to read off.

          This would also pave the way for offering to create audio versions of books, ebooks, reports etc. if she advertises as someone who charges reasonable rates.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alepo
        Originally Posted by NoQuarter View Post

        Dress like a moron and do some stupid ****

        Plenty of featured gigs used that formula.

        Yeah buy it is too time consuming. It's better to provide something premade like instructions.

        There's always fresh ideas on the main page of fiverr, Request Gigsā„¢ - people post what they need.
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        • Profile picture of the author moneymakersguide
          The best thing to do is offer a talent or service that is unique but I find that there are lots of orders for sign pictures or promo videos. I did promo videos and had so many orders I had to suspend it was just too much for too little money. Good luck!
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          • Profile picture of the author Alepo
            Originally Posted by moneymakersguide View Post

            I did promo videos and had so many orders I had to suspend it was just too much for too little money. Good luck!
            Yes, $4 is too little, it is ok for premade content or automatically made content only. Like get five lines of text, push button that generates video with those lines and sends video to customer. You could try to automate your videos this way.
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              • Profile picture of the author Lance K
                How about a 'secret shopper' type gig for online marketers. Have them submit a hypothetical issue they want you to contact their support personnel with to see how it is handled.
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            • Originally Posted by Alepo View Post

              Yes, $4 is too little, it is ok for premade content or automatically made content only. Like get five lines of text, push button that generates video with those lines and sends video to customer. You could try to automate your videos this way.
              Sometimes you just need to be careful to avoid doing something for way too little money.
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  • Profile picture of the author topgold
    A recently popular trend is "I will send you my diet plan for $5". Then the guys have a video and they show off their abs.

    I bought this one after seeing one of them featured with over 300 positive reviews within a month's time. All he sent me was his PDF for his diet plan. In addition, he had $10's worth of upsells about a more detailed diet plan and another upsell of his "favorite workout music playlist".

    By far this has been a revelation to me and unlike the service gigs, he completes his gigs by simply uploading the PDF, which takes about 2 seconds to do. And he only had to make the PDF/video ONCE.

    Go for this or for "how to lose weight" and upload a video of yourself and you might be rolling in dough. Include before/after shots as proof and people will crawl to you with the upcoming beach season.

    Best of luck, and please feel free to message me with updates! (Or further questions).
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    • Profile picture of the author lossman29
      Originally Posted by topgold View Post

      A recently popular trend is "I will send you my diet plan for $5". Then the guys have a video and they show off their abs.

      I bought this one after seeing one of them featured with over 300 positive reviews within a month's time. All he sent me was his PDF for his diet plan. In addition, he had $10's worth of upsells about a more detailed diet plan and another upsell of his "favorite workout music playlist".

      By far this has been a revelation to me and unlike the service gigs, he completes his gigs by simply uploading the PDF, which takes about 2 seconds to do. And he only had to make the PDF/video ONCE.

      Go for this or for "how to lose weight" and upload a video of yourself and you might be rolling in dough. Include before/after shots as proof and people will crawl to you with the upcoming beach season.

      Best of luck, and please feel free to message me with updates! (Or further questions).
      Yep, this is a great idea. I'd do something like similar. Write up an ebook on "how to lose 10 pounds in 10 days" Use a catchy video showing after and before pics. Another thing you could do is initially offer some free copies in exchange for a good review. Once, people start seeing the reviews, they wil flock towards you, like a magnet with the upcoming season, weight loss is in big demand. Might as well cash in on that. A lot of revenue potential here with a lot less work, compared to other stuff like proofreading, writing and the typical fiverr gigis.
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  • Profile picture of the author TamilYoung
    We may find difficult to list a gig that will be something unique. Instead, we can have a look on the successful gigs and try to pump in some additional value with our gig which is the best way to get going with Fiverr.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
      Originally Posted by WikiWarrior View Post

      How about making audio/video voiceovers reading off articles and other written content. This is something I'm thinking of getting done for my wiki site in the future. When I looked on Fiverr though, everyone is offering only 60 seconds which seems pretty tight. An article would only take 2 or 3 minutes to read off.

      This would also pave the way for offering to create audio versions of books, ebooks, reports etc. if she advertises as someone who charges reasonable rates.
      I'm creating this one now. I like this idea.

      Originally Posted by Social App Zone View Post

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      This is nothing new to me...it's how I get to work.

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      • Profile picture of the author Social App Zone
        Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

        I'm creating this one now. I like this idea.



        This is nothing new to me...it's how I get to work.

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        Funny you look so different in person..

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        • Profile picture of the author masterjere
          The best thing to offer is something that "dangles a carrot" so to speak... Meaning you want to give away a "small portion" of your services, so they can have an idea of what you can do on a much bigger level... I have used Fiverr for small SEO gig's like (meta tag/title and other on-site optimization) or 20 minutes of free consulting, etc... Something that allows me to show them exactly "what I'm fully capable" and then after they see 20 minutes worth, about 1/3 of those people will convert it to MUCH bigger clients..

          Fiverr is a great resource to reach out to other people. Nice find!

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      • Profile picture of the author Cee
        Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

        "Ride naked on a unicorn holding a URL?"

        This is nothing new to me...it's how I get to work.

        -- j
        LOL. Based on this I suggest you offer to write one-liners and jokes for people who are challenged in the humor department.
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  • Profile picture of the author Entrecon
    If you are looking for more than 60 seconds you can usually buy multiple gigs. I have some voice over gigs on there and also do some screen capture stuff in the form of tutorials and website reviews.

    The testimonial gigs are usually hot too, but I didn't want to mess with a camera and the last couple requests I had I wasn't comfortable doing so I dropped them from my list. One wanted me to say I made money on their stock program and the other was for an erectile dysfunction medicine/drug/treatment of some kind. I opted out of those. I also found that the individuals doing these were a little more critical in what they were asking for.
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  • Profile picture of the author ultimates
    Personalized things that one can do for another seem to be pretty big. Such as stuff for "Happy Anniversary , Happy Birthday, etc." But something goofy implemented with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
    It looks like everyone's ideas have helped! I got my first Fiverr order in over a week thanks to yall tonight, and I completed it in less than 5 minutes. It may also lead to more sales of my core article writing services that I offer off-site.

    Yall are awesome!

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  • Profile picture of the author Johnny12345
    Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

    Hey all! I'm looking to see if anyone has any ideas for Fiverr gigs that aren't on Fiverr yet.
    J,

    Why do you need "new" ideas? Fiverr has been around long enough that there are probably very few truly "new" ideas to be had.

    So, instead, why not take something that is currently being offered and improve upon it? Make it better, cheaper, faster... or give it a unique twist of some sort.

    John
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    • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
      Originally Posted by Johnny12345 View Post

      J,

      Why do you need "new" ideas? Fiverr has been around long enough that there are probably very few truly "new" ideas to be had.

      So, instead, why not take something that is currently being offered and improve upon it? Make it better, cheaper, faster... or give it a unique twist of some sort.

      John
      Why wouldn't I need new ideas? I put old ideas up and, frankly, made $8 in two weeks. With some of the new ideas I've gotten tonight, I've already made $4 in 2 hours...I'll see if it holds out, but at least it's something.

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  • Profile picture of the author ashloren
    My most creative Fiverr gig so far has been my offer to send Britney Spears a 140 character direct message via Twitter, since she follows me for some reason. Had several takers for that one so far...

    But oddly enough, the most profitable type of Fiverr gig I have created so far has been an offer to do simple research on whatever the buyer's topic is and find them a collection of top-notch links/resources.

    For example, one of my most popular gigs simply offered to find fifteen high-paying affiliate programs for the buyer's niche. Tons of repeat buyers on that one and very easy to find good programs via Clickbank, ShareASale and Commission Junction. Nice thing is that many buyers have similar or the same niches, so I can reuse my previously created lists. I also compiled all the different lists of affiliate programs I found for all my Fiverr buyers and created a standalone product that contained over 300 worthwhile affiliate programs to check out, all categorized by topic/niche.

    Hope this helps and gives you some ideas.
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  • Profile picture of the author TedPeterson
    Hey Guys...

    Great thread! Love all the great ideas that have been shared. I've had some minor success with Fiverr. My most successful gig was doing testimonial videos. I made just over $200 in the first month but I had to shut it down due to too many people wanting me to do the scripting and it was taking too much time.

    I can't wait to try some of the ideas shared here!
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    • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
      Originally Posted by TedPeterson View Post

      Hey Guys...

      Great thread! Love all the great ideas that have been shared. I've had some minor success with Fiverr. My most successful gig was doing testimonial videos. I made just over $200 in the first month but I had to shut it down due to too many people wanting me to do the scripting and it was taking too much time.

      I can't wait to try some of the ideas shared here!
      Have you thought about posting that job again, but with extras this time? For example, I saw one the other day where the seller offered to read a script for $5, write it and read it for $10, and put the buyer at the front of his/her queue for $20. Seems like you could be more profitable that way.

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      I saw this guy...made me laugh! Did you see the woman who will call your husband/boyfriend/fiance and tell him that she's having his baby?

      Originally Posted by ashloren View Post

      But oddly enough, the most profitable type of Fiverr gig I have created so far has been an offer to do simple research on whatever the buyer's topic is and find them a collection of top-notch links/resources.

      For example, one of my most popular gigs simply offered to find fifteen high-paying affiliate programs for the buyer's niche. Tons of repeat buyers on that one and very easy to find good programs via Clickbank, ShareASale and Commission Junction. Nice thing is that many buyers have similar or the same niches, so I can reuse my previously created lists. I also compiled all the different lists of affiliate programs I found for all my Fiverr buyers and created a standalone product that contained over 300 worthwhile affiliate programs to check out, all categorized by topic/niche.
      This is a great idea, but I'd feel guilty if I did it now because I'd be competing with you. I don't want to do that, especially if you're making money on it now...I'm an ethical IM'er.

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  • Here are some ideas that are quick and easy to do:

    1) Submit website or blog to the top 20, 50, 70, etc... search engines
    and directories.
    2) Offer to create a spun version of any article of 500 words or less
    3) Offer a valuable top 10 list of some sort
    4) Offer advice on something that you are an expert in .
    5) Write an original Haiku, poem or short story about any subject.
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  • Profile picture of the author vik1000
    i think theres too much competition on there already, and everyone has picked out their favorites and stuck with them
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  • Profile picture of the author humboldt
    How about this for a Gig

    ' I'll give you five ideas for your own Fiverr gigs !" .........
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  • Profile picture of the author ownergolan
    Dont aim for things that arent there, also post gigs that are commonly known in fiverr, but with greater return for the customer.
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  • Profile picture of the author minisitetycoon
    'How to' make quick money video tutorial, ebooks or lengthy report.
    For Example .. "How Newbies Make $10 a Day". Add a simple video to
    your gig page to increase sales too.
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  • Profile picture of the author SeoDemon
    get 10k twitter accounts and a mass follow script, use this to make twitter followers gig, you will get 40 orders in que each day
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      Originally Posted by SeoDemon View Post

      get 10k twitter accounts and a mass follow script, use this to make twitter followers gig, you will get 40 orders in que each day
      Are you suggesting to sell fake twitter followers?
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Greene
    I think, it is better to create gigs based on your expertise. It is not always possible for your to create gigs which you are not capable of completing. If you know singing, create a gig based on singing. If you know graphic design, create a gig based on that. Do not bother for orders only. If your provided gigs are perfect, you will get tons of orders.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheClarkey
    You could do blog commenting, get the correct software and hire a VA to do all the work for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nexstair
    I am in the Design business since last few months and completed more than 100 orders so far.The thing is offer only what you can deliver properly.nexstair's profile page on Fiverr.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Gec
    I need a fiverr gig to set up my fiverr gig. I.e. I tell you what my gig is about, and you give me: gig title, additional text, gig image, gig video and whatever else is required. A one stop shop for fiverr gig setup.
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  • I'd recommend the prank calls, but if you are a professional IMer, I would say do anything that other marketers really need. Think about the things that you need as a marketer, and then come up with something that you personally need.
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  • Profile picture of the author murphyslaw
    I was thinking of offering 10-20 high res professional photographs of ordinary items. I'd take a new batch of photos for each order and never reuse old photos.The items would be limited to what I have on hand. If it works, I'd be earning off being a pack rat.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alepo
    Sometimes people need to pay someone for buying their own product. Like now I put my product on Clickbank and need someone to buy it with affiliate link to remove zero earnings from listing.

    I tried to find a gig for this and googled it, but didn't find anything. It can be profitable (one will receive 1) payment from vendor for service, 2) comissions from clickbank for buying via one's own aff link, 3) product) and there is no risk (if one bought the product and vendor don't pay for service one will have 60 days Clickbank refund guarantee).

    So think about it, it's good and helpful service.
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    • Profile picture of the author TrafficFlow
      Originally Posted by Alepo View Post

      Sometimes people need to pay someone for buying their own product. Like now I put my product on Clickbank and need someone to buy it with affiliate link to remove zero earnings from listing.

      I tried to find a gig for this and googled it, but didn't find anything. It can be profitable (one will receive 1) payment from vendor for service, 2) comissions from clickbank for buying via one's own aff link, 3) product) and there is no risk (if one bought the product and vendor don't pay for service one will have 60 days Clickbank refund guarantee).

      So think about it, it's good and helpful service.
      Would you advance the money to the person or reimburse him or her for buying the product?
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  • Profile picture of the author Tonylee93
    Fiverr Gigs are a great way to get some quick income! and the goal of making these gigs are to do them in a 10 to 15 minute timeframe! Than it would be worth your time, to make an earning or possibly a killing on fiverr!

    Some ideas:

    Crazy Videos
    How To Guide Videos
    Reviews
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  • Profile picture of the author aw
    Any kind of service and sometimes product that offers massive on fiverr is good. I find services are better than products generally on fiverr. Either wya your gig should be a front end offer should really "wow the person", and make them say, "you'll really do that for only $5?". These are the types of gigs that really sell well on fiverr. Hopefully you can then upsell them on something else for more.
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafficFlow
    One service you can offer is that you will use your years of experience in outsourcing to help anyone select an appropriate Odesk or fiverr.com outsourcer individual or team.
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  • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
    Well I will watch to see if someone gives away the million dollar seller,

    My thought is S&M products. They always seem to do good. Maybe a Escort service.

    Good Luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trevor
    This is extracted from my Fiverr Eruption guide - a list of gig ideas:


    Article spinning
    Article submission
    Article writing
    Audio creation
    Audio editing
    Backlink creation
    Banner creation
    Content creation
    Domain buying
    Domain research
    Ebooks of any kind
    Facebook fan page creation
    Facebook likes
    Facebook marketing
    Facebook subscribers
    File conversion - mp3 to wav, etc.
    Keyword research
    Logo design creation
    On-page SEO checklist
    Posting a link to Twitter
    Press release submission
    RSS submission
    Sales page graphics
    Sales video creation
    SEO advice
    Tutorials of any kind
    Twitter followers
    Twitter retweets
    Video creation
    Video editing
    Video intros
    Video promotion
    Video submission
    Video testimonial creation
    Video transcription
    Voice overs
    Website creation
    Website submission
    Wordpress installation
    Wordpress plugin installation
    Wordpress setup
    Youtube subscribers
    Youtube views
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  • Profile picture of the author Kragsig
    Hmm.. I think most things are already covered on Fiverr.. Have you seen "Fun and Bizarre"? This section really kicks ass with funny gigs..

    Maybe there could be a gig like: Donate a cup of coffee to me... lol
    Enjoy
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  • Profile picture of the author daddykool
    Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

    Hey all! I'm looking to see if anyone has any ideas for Fiverr gigs that aren't on Fiverr yet. This list won't be exclusively for me; rather, it's for anyone out there who wants to get started on Fiverr and make some money. I'm actually helping an offline friend get started today on Fiverr in a little JV kinda thing. Maybe someone will post an idea or two here that she can use as well?

    Thanks in advance!

    -- j


    EXCELLENT thread, a sort of Group Buyin for Fiverr ideas to make extra bank, without having to actually buy anything!!!

    Maybe you can add all the ideas to your original post, in a nice list from all the answers from the input

    1) Telling someone to stop being negative and start being positive Skype call
    2) Writing a review on the next 10 potential Internet Crazes
    3) Running round to a Charity store/shop/outlet/branch of your buyers choice and helping out for an hour
    4) Make a simple "Informative" "Positive" "Honest" testimonial/review on a Church website

    More anyone else?
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    • Profile picture of the author Alepo
      Originally Posted by daddykool View Post

      More anyone else?
      There is no point in generating unique ideas.
      Seriously, do you think someone would type in search box "Skype call to tell me to stop being negative and start being positive"???
      Ok, one guy in zillion years can search that. Would he buy it for 5$?
      :confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:
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      • Originally Posted by Alepo View Post

        There is no point in generating unique ideas.
        Seriously, do you think someone would type in search box "Skype call to tell me to stop being negative and start being positive"???
        Ok, one guy in zillion years can search that. Would he buy it for 5$?

        Really?

        Well, I guess this Fiverr seller hasn't sold hundreds of gigs based on her unique ideas, then. So don't click this link because it couldn't have possibly happened:

        nogalicious's profile page on Fiverr.com

        She's even figured out how to build a list without running afoul of Fiverr.

        fLufF
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        • Profile picture of the author Alepo
          Originally Posted by fluffythewondercat View Post

          Really?

          Well, I guess this Fiverr seller hasn't sold hundreds of gigs based on her unique ideas, then.
          Yes, this has nothing to do with unique ideas.
          Search "meditate on your financial abundance" and you'll see lots of the same gigs.
          If you see the successfull gig that means the gig receives buyers' traffic. That's it. And the less unique idea is the higher its profits.
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  • Profile picture of the author SeanMurphy91
    I would try doing video reviews, them seem to be popular!
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  • Profile picture of the author Nexstair
    The thing to consider is what you are expert in? If you are good with what you are doing than competition does not matter a lot.
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    • Profile picture of the author seosuperstar2014
      Originally Posted by Nexstair View Post

      The thing to consider is what you are expert in? If you are good with what you are doing than competition does not matter a lot.
      100% correct.
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  • Profile picture of the author mike351
    i hardly think that there is something not already on fiverr... but, there is a thing that is always in demand: video reviews! ive seen a lot of people successfully starting by promoting video reviews on fiverr, getting some start up cash and then going onto bigger ventures.
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  • Profile picture of the author murad12s
    The whole world for $5 - This is not in the list of fiverr

    just fun, there are tons of things which are not at fiverr, please do a search & you can find lots of unique ideas.
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  • Profile picture of the author rabbroon
    For me the idea is to think of as many things you can do with out it actually costing you any more or a great deal of time, but something that you can do well, create as many gigs as you like.. soon as you start getting gigs in, respond as quick and as best you can to try and get the best feed back possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author Excel Fields
    Check this thread post out! CLICK HERE
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  • Profile picture of the author John Dalenberg
    I used to offer 90 second video reviews and it sold very, very well. Takes little time, but people who understand Youtube power were all over it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nigel Love
    Can you make decent money with fivrr? Seems like so little money. You would have to do a lot of gigs to make a reasonable income. ok for pocket change..
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    • Profile picture of the author MJ Collins
      Originally Posted by Nigel Love View Post

      Can you make decent money with fivrr? Seems like so little money. You would have to do a lot of gigs to make a reasonable income. ok for pocket change..
      I'm considering it as a possible income stream. With upsells and products or services that can be completed in minutes why wouldn't you make money? My ambitions go way beyond fiverr but when you're sitting at ground zero, why not consider all options?
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    I use to make about $90 a day on fiverr way back.

    It was hard work, but it was fun.

    HOW?

    Simple! I reverse enegineered and added value to top ranking gigs. It takes about a week to get it rolling but once you get lots of feedback it sort of goes viral. You need to pick stuff with high volume, and something you can do in 20 mins, so you cna handle high volume gigs.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    Find a narrow niche with no competition as in zero. That way you are on top when people search for your service. Otherwise, you are going to be buried at the bottom of the pile and get no gigs. For example, there are thousands of PHP programmers. Hard to get seen in that scene. There was only one person for "install pligg" last year. Well, there are over twenty persons now. I do not rec. Find other similar arenas. Make sure they are very narrow.
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  • Profile picture of the author roger h
    enjoying the thread - informative and at times downright hilarious.
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  • Profile picture of the author louisville1980
    I had a lot of success with food related gigs awhile back. Ie. Recipes, menu design, restaurant reviews (reviews were very big).
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  • Profile picture of the author riteunn
    Hi, if you search again Gigs ideas, I propose 80 free tools to create its gigs and make money on Fiverr. More info: send list of 80 free tools for make UNLIMITED money online - fiverr
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  • Profile picture of the author cashtech29
    This is what I love about the Warrior Forum...

    Great Responses!
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    Watch This my friend >>>

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    • Profile picture of the author PinkStar
      Offer a service to x-rated sites. When surfing fiverr I've seen several that points out that they don't do work for adult sites.
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      Move it along folks, nothing to see here
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  • Profile picture of the author 808state
    Originally Posted by TheArticlePros View Post

    Hey all! I'm looking to see if anyone has any ideas for Fiverr gigs that aren't on Fiverr yet. This list won't be exclusively for me; rather, it's for anyone out there who wants to get started on Fiverr and make some money. I'm actually helping an offline friend get started today on Fiverr in a little JV kinda thing. Maybe someone will post an idea or two here that she can use as well?

    Thanks in advance!

    -- j
    One thing I was told to do when I signed up to Fiverr was to make a list on paper featuring every single thing you can do that somebody might buy (recipes, dj how to info, barber ideas, flyer design, etc..). It worked for me and I eventually started to make money daily off my over all skill set.

    The thing to do also is look on Fiverr and a few of the clone sites and see what gigs that are available and at the same time see if any of them match up with anything on your list.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
    Originally Posted by TheArticlePros View Post

    Hey all! I'm looking to see if anyone has any ideas for Fiverr gigs that aren't on Fiverr yet. This list won't be exclusively for me; rather, it's for anyone out there who wants to get started on Fiverr and make some money. I'm actually helping an offline friend get started today on Fiverr in a little JV kinda thing. Maybe someone will post an idea or two here that she can use as well?

    Thanks in advance!

    -- j
    Is there any reason why you're wanting to target something that's isn't on Fiverr?

    You might assume because it's exclusive, it will be in demand however this isn't always the case and it's often a lot more appropriate to just see what's selling and sell it yourself - ideally with a unique twist.


    Daniel
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