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Hi I'm new to IM so I'm finding my feet. Kindle and Fiverr are two ways I think I could use to get the ball rolling, but when you see how many gigs te top Fiverr sellers have queued, it makes me wonder about visibility for my own gigs.

Can anyone recommend a good WSO or otherwise that deals with selling a service on Fiverr, and pays particular attention to selling your gigs as a newbie?

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Devin X
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    I'd advise against turning to Fiverr and other micro-job sites for income. Read up on the forum about setting up an affiliate campaign while building an email list. Use the search function.
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  • Profile picture of the author stefanvanray
    Fiverr can be tricky if you aren’t familiar with the IM world. Remember, the whole purpose of fiverr is to be able to outsource anything and everything. You gotta be thinking out of the box.
    Here’s what I would do, order a fiverr gig promoting YOUR fiverr gig, purchase some likes, tweets, Google plus and views. In other words, outsource your outsourcing product! Then watch what happens. Rinse and repeat.
    Hope this helps,
    -Stefan
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  • Profile picture of the author Malcolm Thomas
    Find a unique gig that you are good at and can do with minimal work and then focus on delivering quality work and gathering up great feedback.
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  • Profile picture of the author mervp
    Fiverr is a great place to begin to gain experience in delivering on gigs, and making that all important first nickel. The more advanced uses of the site, namely by performing arbitrage through reselling the $5 gigs for a higher price elsewhere, requires carefully selecting reliable gigs and being comfortable acting as the middleman in the assignments.

    Reselling gigs on the one hand, and building money making sites and email lists on the other should not be looked at as in opposition. Freelancing and gig reselling can bring in quick money and reinforce one's IM activity, while you are building your longer term earnings with the web sites and lists.
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    • Profile picture of the author focusedlife
      Everytime I see people talking about fiverr...I am compelled to respond.

      Fiverr is the unsung hero for newbie internet marketers and has everything you need to learn how to run an online business.

      -Sales Page is half done for you, you just need to complete the boxes with text, congruent images and even sales video ready.
      -No hosting fees or setup fees.
      -Easily incorporate meta data to get found via fiverr's site search as well as Google searches.
      -The sites providers also sponsor traffic via PPC and Content Networks.
      -They pay a GENEROUS 80% Affiliate commission to you as the vendor...what other JV partner does all that?
      -Has a place for reviews and even a gallery to showcase your good work if you like.

      Fiverr is a beast and I met a dude that turned that damn thing into a monster money maker.

      Just sayin....its easy money for those that start using it correctly.

      Lets say one person bought each of your gigs each day...that's $80 a day you could make (20 gigs per account and fiverr's cut is 20%).

      All you have to do is offer something that doesn't take you a year and a day to fulfill and you're goloden.

      Don't sleep on fiverr.

      Regards

      Los
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      • Profile picture of the author thewealthapostle
        Originally Posted by focusedlife View Post

        Everytime I see people talking about fiverr...I am compelled to respond.

        Fiverr is the unsung hero for newbie internet marketers and has everything you need to learn how to run an online business.

        -Sales Page is half done for you, you just need to complete the boxes with text, congruent images and even sales video ready.
        -No hosting fees or setup fees.
        -Easily incorporate meta data to get found via fiverr's site search as well as Google searches.
        -The sites providers also sponsor traffic via PPC and Content Networks.
        -They pay a GENEROUS 80% Affiliate commission to you as the vendor...what other JV partner does all that?
        -Has a place for reviews and even a gallery to showcase your good work if you like.

        Fiverr is a beast and I met a dude that turned that damn thing into a monster money maker.

        Just sayin....its easy money for those that start using it correctly.

        Lets say one person bought each of your gigs each day...that's $80 a day you could make (20 gigs per account and fiverr's cut is 20%).

        All you have to do is offer something that doesn't take you a year and a day to fulfill and you're goloden.

        Don't sleep on fiverr.

        Regards

        Los
        You are right on point! Many people ridicule Fiverr though they have never made any money online. I think it is the surest source for most people starting out in IM to make money. Even many savvy old timers are quietly cleaning out on that site though some will want to give the impression its not profitable.

        I did do some stuff on FIVERR for a month when i first came to IM, just to learn how it really works. I can confirm that Fiverr works becos I averaged about $30 a day for 20 days even as a total complete newbie to IM (though I must confess I did have a lot of experience with offline marketing in MLM prior to looking at IM).

        After learning that forum I have since moved up to product creation and bigger stuff since i had an extensive knowledge and experience with writing and documenting what works, but I still think FIVERR is awesome if $20-50 a day is good for your time(and it should be if you are a newbie!)
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  • Profile picture of the author BamaGuy
    Post links to your gigs on your Facebook page. Be creative and post them on Craigslist without making it appear spammy! Put it in the services offered section.

    Find a large Fan Page in your gigs niche and see what the ower would charge you to post a link to your gig. It's not hard to promote the service you just have to start thinking on how reach your targeted customers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Reinhart Osmond
    Maybe you should sell something unique gig and no one else.
    or if you already have to sell something different from the other, for example you have a much better features than others.
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  • Profile picture of the author superquake
    Thanks very much everyone for your words of advice!

    The gig I plan to offer I think I can turn round in 10-15 minutes, and should get faster the more I do. I can also outsource for ~$2 per gig if I need to, but I'd like to get it up and running before I think about outsourcing.

    It is a market that has a degree of saturation, but I've always been dissatisfied with the results from the few gigs I've purchased, so I'm hoping if I can get the interest and can turn the gigs around fast enough, I should be able to offer higher quality results than many competitors. Also, the base gig would be $5, but with optional easy-to-produce upgrades for $5-$20 each, so I hope I can make money on the extras.

    All in all it's an experiment for me, hopefully something that will give me some tangible results. As I said I'm new to making money online, so from everything I've read over the last couple of months working with Kindle and on Fiverr made mot sense to me - it certainly lacks the jargon that a lot of other information seems to swamp me with

    Thanks again!
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    • Profile picture of the author DavidSaaf
      You must take action and start on fiverr! It's a great place to start ...leverage your efforts and use fiverr to grow your Business!

      I started form 0 to actually make $800 a month thanks for Fiverr

      It takes quality service + respond/answer your customers + huge number of positive Feedback == and you'll make it. $$$$$ There's a big Potential using Fiverr to make a fortune and any one says it's worthless or not a big deal, just doesn't know the great opportunity in this treasure *****FIVERR*****
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  • Profile picture of the author thewealthapostle
    Originally Posted by superquake View Post

    Hi I'm new to IM so I'm finding my feet. Kindle and Fiverr are two ways I think I could use to get the ball rolling, but when you see how many gigs te top Fiverr sellers have queued, it makes me wonder about visibility for my own gigs.

    Can anyone recommend a good WSO or otherwise that deals with selling a service on Fiverr, and pays particular attention to selling your gigs as a newbie?

    Thanks!
    If you inbox me, I will give you one of my WSOs that has FIVERR well treated in there for FREE since you are a newbie. Though it covers a lot more than FIVERR, it has some great chapters on fiver and marketing your gigs. The product will be VERY USEFUL FOR YOU if you are new in IM.

    Send me your email and I will give you a free copy
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  • Profile picture of the author superquake
    Once again thanks for the advice and encouragement! Thewealthapostle - I've PMd you.
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    • Profile picture of the author thewealthapostle
      Originally Posted by superquake View Post

      Once again thanks for the advice and encouragement! Thewealthapostle - I've PMd you.
      Yep. I have already emailed you back! I am glad to be of help! Hang in there and believe me YOU will make money on the internet. Only advise I have is TAKE ACTION; TAKE ACTION AND TAKE ACTION. It does not matter if its not working yet, just keep taking action and you will win. That works in ANY BUSINESS but especially in IM i have discovered
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