Make money with fiverr reselling?

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Anyone had any experience with reselling services from fiverr to offline clients?

Any methods that consistently work well? Any ideas or advice on starting off and getting sucessful with this?

Thank you all
#fiverr #make #money #reselling
  • Profile picture of the author gundammeister
    You'll be surprised! A lot of the SEO services here on this forum are basically resold from Fiverr. The difference is how you present it.
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  • Profile picture of the author fedor50
    Go to craigslist, post a gig saying that you do logo designs. price it at $25. When you get an order, order that same gig from fiverr. You my friend just made a profit of $20 by posting a simple craigslist ad.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jaysmyne
      Originally Posted by fedor50 View Post

      Go to craigslist, post a gig saying that you do logo designs. price it at $25. When you get an order, order that same gig from fiverr. You my friend just made a profit of $20 by posting a simple craigslist ad.
      That's a good idea - I'm gonna test this and see how it works out. Have you had any success with it yourself?
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    • Profile picture of the author philrich21
      Originally Posted by fedor50 View Post

      Go to craigslist, post a gig saying that you do logo designs. price it at $25. When you get an order, order that same gig from fiverr. You my friend just made a profit of $20 by posting a simple craigslist ad.
      The important point here is that if your credibility is on the line you need to prevet the gigs so that you're happy presenting them to your clients.

      A better proposition is that you don't infer directly that its your own work but via your contacts or resource pool. This gives you a bit of a buffer if it goes pear shaped
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      • Profile picture of the author sethalexander
        Originally Posted by philrich21 View Post

        The important point here is that if your credibility is on the line you need to prevet the gigs so that you're happy presenting them to your clients.

        A better proposition is that you don't infer directly that its your own work but via your contacts or resource pool. This gives you a bit of a buffer if it goes pear shaped
        Things like graphic design are subjective. I would more say be ready to eat $5 if the client doesn't like it. If you can't get them something they like you can state "creative differences" and leave it be. In the end as long as everything is dealt with correctly the client may talk even more highly of you as a person who can tell when it's just not going to work and cut ties. You'd still be out the $5 though for the gig you used to get the work done.
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  • Profile picture of the author BloggingPro
    I think if one was to offer services to an offline business crowd, one could easily bank some ridiculous profits if they found reliable service providers on fiverr. I know one guy who sells 30 second radio ads here locally and charges $199 for the production to put it together.

    He pays $5 (sometimes $10 for longer spots) for a 30-second voice over from Fiverr, and then mixes it over his library of royalty free music. I watched him mix an advertisement one time. Took him about twenty minutes.

    Talk about taking advantage of your resources!

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    • Profile picture of the author MaiTai
      Originally Posted by BloggingPro View Post

      I think if one was to offer services to an offline business crowd, one could easily bank some ridiculous profits if they found reliable service providers on fiverr. I know one guy who sells 30 second radio ads here locally and charges $199 for the production to put it together.

      He pays $5 (sometimes $10 for longer spots) for a 30-second voice over from Fiverr, and then mixes it over his library of royalty free music. I watched him mix an advertisement one time. Took him about twenty minutes.

      Talk about taking advantage of your resources!

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      Does the guy just make the ads that is then sold to the buyer who then takes it to the radio station or does the guy own/work at the radio station that the buyer advertises on
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  • Profile picture of the author thekencook
    I do Fiverr gigs all the time for people I know are reselling. Why do I do it? Because so far I have converted 3 Fiverr gigs to major (000's) jobs. Just finished one in fact. Admittedly that is rare but nothing I sell on Fiverr I mind doing for $5 or $25 when I add extras. Fortunately most people contact me before ordering and several of them have asked for things way out of scope for Fiverr and ended up placing multiple orders for one gig.
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  • Profile picture of the author tonyrior
    Ya, Fiverr is a gold mine guys.
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    • Profile picture of the author fritzandre24
      Originally Posted by tonyrior View Post

      Ya, Fiverr is a gold mine guys.
      True.. I agree with you sir
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  • Profile picture of the author 181liquid
    WOW. I'm sure gonna test reselling with fiverr, man what a market!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author blillard
    I couldn't see using fiverr for ANYTHING else honestly. I do have to admit there are some great graphic gigs and voice gigs that I use for music production. Yes the true power is in the ability to place a gig in a better marketplace. Keep in mind though your business longevity is solely dependent on how well you can research and know what it is that your looking for.

    I can visit CL and spot a Fiverr reseller right to the bat in most cases, logo's being the main one that is resold there along with flyers and video production.
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    • Originally Posted by blillard View Post

      I can visit CL and spot a Fiverr reseller right to the bat in most cases, logo's being the main one that is resold there along with flyers and video production.
      What traits, characteristics, commonalities, or dead-giveaways, would be in an ad that would enable you, oh wise one, to pinpoint a Fiverr reseller who's trying to sell services on CL? Is there a rule of thumb you go by in order to weed them out of the herd? Also, what's a 'flyer'? Is that a piece of paper that has information on it that you pass out to people on the street, place on windshields, and tack onto telephone poles?
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      • Profile picture of the author sethalexander
        Originally Posted by Inglourious Basterd View Post

        Originally Posted by blillard View Post

        I couldn't see using fiverr for ANYTHING else honestly. I do have to admit there are some great graphic gigs and voice gigs that I use for music production. Yes the true power is in the ability to place a gig in a better marketplace. Keep in mind though your business longevity is solely dependent on how well you can research and know what it is that your looking for.

        I can visit CL and spot a Fiverr reseller right to the bat in most cases, logo's being the main one that is resold there along with flyers and video production.
        What traits, characteristics, commonalities, or dead-giveaways, would be in an ad that would enable you, oh wise one, to pinpoint a Fiverr reseller who's trying to sell services on CL? Is there a rule of thumb you go by in order to weed them out of the herd? Also, what's a 'flyer'? Is that a piece of paper that has information on it that you pass out to people on the street, place on windshields, and tack onto telephone poles?
        I too am interested in what would give it away to you. Although, in the end I'm sure there are enough people who have no clue what Fiverr is and will still buy.
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  • Profile picture of the author MartinPlatt
    I think it's all about finding a gig that you can trust to deliver, giving it a test, then selling it so you make money, but also so your customer gets the service at a cheaper price.

    The win/win situation is worthwhile, and the fiverr service owner will also be happy as you'd be supplying him with work for nothing.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Don't forget DESIGN CONTESTS. There are many contests on forums and dedicated sites that offer contest prizes of $25 to $200 for design items like headers, logos, site mockups, etc. Get the stuff from Fiverr and make an entry. Just make sure you don't pick a provider that has a LOOOOOOOONG delivery date since most contests have short TATs.
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