Best Fiverr Gigs you recommend?

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So I decided to start using Fiverr for some small things like making a simple Infographic or even simple logo. I wouldn't use them for SEO but what do you all recommend? I have a video heavy site and a Youtube channel in case it helps. thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author stevoarnold
    I really like VOLAREX

    She mostly creates link wheels with web 2.0s and boosts them with spammy backlinks, but there are options for not having the spammy 2nd tier links.

    Cant go wrong with $5 for getting 10 web 2.0 accounts created for you. You can then use them in whatever way you like
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    • Profile picture of the author bwh1
      Originally Posted by stevoarnold View Post

      I really like VOLAREX

      She mostly creates link wheels with web 2.0s and boosts them with spammy backlinks, but there are options for not having the spammy 2nd tier links.

      Cant go wrong with $5 for getting 10 web 2.0 accounts created for you. You can then use them in whatever way you like
      I need to agree with you.

      I ordered pyramids for pointing at Youtube videos or other 3th party properties - no risk for the money site.

      Tedious stuff like account creation for using Hootsuite or similar programs is way more worth than 5 bucks IMO.

      This among my own gig's of course

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    • Profile picture of the author Gonzosan
      Originally Posted by stevoarnold View Post

      I really like VOLAREX

      She mostly creates link wheels with web 2.0s and boosts them with spammy backlinks, but there are options for not having the spammy 2nd tier links.

      Cant go wrong with $5 for getting 10 web 2.0 accounts created for you. You can then use them in whatever way you like
      I'm not really sure what web 2.0s are, can you explain this? I'll take a look at the recommended users, thanks all!

      Looks like "Volarex" doesn't pull anything up. I assume that's the username correct?
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      • Profile picture of the author Jarvis Edwards
        Originally Posted by Gonzosan View Post

        I'm not really sure what web 2.0s are, can you explain this? I'll take a look at the recommended users, thanks all!
        Web 2.0 are platforms such as:

        wordpress.com
        weebly.com
        typepad.com
        blogger.com
        livejournal.com
        tumblr.com
        squidoo.com

        ...etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    For avatars, I really love MAKEMEBARK. The dude is a photoshop wizard.
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  • Profile picture of the author garyt
    You can try their video creation service, some quite good gigs there. Choose those that have the best ratings, for obvious reasons
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Here are some of the Fiverr service I have used. I am both a SELLER on Fiverr and a BUYER of services since I have my own blog networks and other IM stuff.

    For voiceover only, I recommend: Ceciwilliams will record a professional dry voice over up to 180 words for $5, only on fiverr.com

    For video spokesman, I recommend this Warrior Forum member Websitevideo will be your video spokesperson for $5, only on fiverr.com

    For White board videos, this dude did amazing work for me: Brioki will create a quality 30sec hd speed draw video that will market and promote anything for $5, only on fiverr.com
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    • Profile picture of the author nawshale
      There are some individuals who sell visitor articles at their own private sites for $5,- and along them there are people that barely sell any type of event. Those are the ones where you like your associated with wind up on as it could remain a very long time on the homepage, and that for 5 dollars, truly not a bad deal.

      There are a few other points that cost it too, as long as you're not hesitant of your hyperlink being surrounded by rotated material then the doc/pdf submissions are actually not that bad and neither are the entry to cost-free press release websites.

      Various other web link jobs that don't call for content which won't hurt your site are:.

      - photo sharing.
      - video production submissions.
      - pad submissions (although be careful with those and tell the submitter to just make use of the leading 25 websites or so as the secure diversity is real inadequate with those).
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  • Profile picture of the author tribros
    Most of the backlinks gigs are spammy links so don't bother using them as it will hurt your site more then it helps but there are many gigs like logo designs, sales video creation etc which are really cheap.
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    • Profile picture of the author janicej
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      Would anyone recommend web design as a long term Fiverr gig (or set of gigs)? I mean not just logos, but also things like banners, buttons, emoticons, simple menus or other basic elements.
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      • Profile picture of the author mirza786
        Originally Posted by janicej View Post

        Would anyone recommend web design as a long term Fiverr gig (or set of gigs)? I mean not just logos, but also things like banners, buttons, emoticons, simple menus or other basic elements.
        Yes, there will be a chance. But however I feel that if the person develops a strong relationship with the client then he can easily shift the payment method from F2PP

        Fiverr to Paypal
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      • Profile picture of the author cititoru
        Originally Posted by janicej View Post

        Would anyone recommend web design as a long term Fiverr gig (or set of gigs)? I mean not just logos, but also things like banners, buttons, emoticons, simple menus or other basic elements.
        I've got a client that is doing just that now, builds her site gig by gig with me. I am biased to weather it's good or bad, but at the end of the day if she's happy who cares if it's not the recommended thing, right?
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        • Profile picture of the author Gonzosan
          Thanks all. Being new to Fiverr I didn't realize I'd had to wait for my "funds to clear" through Paypal. Sadly I opted to have it come from a linked bank account rather than a credit card so now I might have to wait.

          I "purchased" the gig for this logo creation but now I'm waiting, so how does that work? Does this person see a new order once the money is cleared or do I see that money as a balance in my account then I go back and order? I wish I would have known this before I placed my order.
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          • Profile picture of the author bwh1
            Originally Posted by Gonzosan View Post

            Thanks all. Being new to Fiverr I didn't realize I'd had to wait for my "funds to clear" through Paypal. Sadly I opted to have it come from a linked bank account rather than a credit card so now I might have to wait.

            I "purchased" the gig for this logo creation but now I'm waiting, so how does that work? Does this person see a new order once the money is cleared or do I see that money as a balance in my account then I go back and order? I wish I would have known this before I placed my order.
            You buy a GIG and the money will be debited from your account into a "temporary Fiverr account"

            Fiverr seller get's a note about the order and has to deliver his GIG in the set time frame or earlier.

            When he delivers the order and buyer clears the purchase, seller get's his $4 bucks after the time frame is over. Money will be credited to the seller out of the temporary Fiverr account.

            So YOU pay at the time of the order but seller get's money only after delivering the GIG without any complains from the buyer.

            They do it this way to secure that buyer pays and the seller delivers - make sense.

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            • Profile picture of the author Gonzosan
              Thanks for the info. So once the money clears the seller will get notified that I purchased a GIG? I suppose that's why she told me to copy the message I sent her initially because she'd probably not have a clue what I wanted if she just saw an order pending.
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              • Profile picture of the author bwh1
                Originally Posted by Gonzosan View Post

                Thanks for the info. So once the money clears the seller will get notified that I purchased a GIG? I suppose that's why she told me to copy the message I sent her initially because she'd probably not have a clue what I wanted if she just saw an order pending.
                As a buyer there are 2 steps you have to fulfill.

                1 - You order a gig which takes the money out of your account and

                2 - leads you to a page where you have to enter the information for
                the seller so he can provide the GIG ordered

                The Seller get's 2 messages from Fiverr - one about the sale and another when buyer provided the informations needed.

                Only after buyer provides the details the clock starts to tick and seller has to deliver the order as announced.

                GIG will be delivered within the time frame, buyer clears the order and accept the GIG and Seller get's the money after the GIG has been marked as completed.

                If buyers doesn't collect the GIG and don't complain anything but seller delivered, Fiverr automatically complete the sale after the time frame has reached it's limit.

                It's always good if you as seller ask for clearing the GIG and leaving a feedback, that will credit the money immediately.

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                • Profile picture of the author Kunal Earns
                  Hi,
                  I have been using fiverr and it is very great source of getting different clients on daily basis (provided your gig is visible to most of the buyers ). As rightly said by mirza786, you can also deal fiverr to paypal (which is always better for a seller) you just need the right way to interact with the client.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Willy
    I think there is a WSO called "Fiverr All Stars", which gives you a list of the best Fiverr gigs per category (SEO, social media, article writing, etc.). I might truly recommend it if you want some of the best Fiverr gigs in town.

    Cheers!

    Jeff
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    • Profile picture of the author Gonzosan
      Originally Posted by Jeff Caceres View Post

      I think there is a WSO called "Fiverr All Stars", which gives you a list of the best Fiverr gigs per category (SEO, social media, article writing, etc.). I might truly recommend it if you want some of the best Fiverr gigs in town.

      Cheers!

      Jeff
      Thanks, I wasn't sure if there was a way to categorize the best in each section.
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  • Profile picture of the author luane
    I used to use Fiverr for backlinking but I found something much better than I can do manually. It takes me a bit more time but I don't have to pay for a Fiverr gig anymore and then wait for them to actually do the gig and ping it and wonder when it is going to be done.
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  • Profile picture of the author umarsatti
    Check For logosking he makes the best logos , FB covers and graphics
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  • Profile picture of the author AlexBellefleur
    Definitely the best to make the covers of your books in 3D is andresgrau. I've used it and I have to say that I was surprised the artistic touch that always gives them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Grimace
    Would you recommend using Fiverr to obtain the legal documentation that is needed for tems and service use on your personal website?
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
      Originally Posted by Grimace View Post

      Would you recommend using Fiverr to obtain the legal documentation that is needed for tems and service use on your personal website?
      No. You can get this for free online if you do a search (I forget the exact link). There are several free generators.
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      • Profile picture of the author planetgourmet
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        i will visit this thread again as i need others opinions.

        note the unlimited traffic on fiverr are all BOTS ( learned the hard way so ignore those ).
        also the cpa signups i am leery around; one seller sent me fake signups,
        i objected as obviously does not show in my cpa stats; he says just to cxl.
        i guess some sellers think that u will not check and they will send u anything.

        so u can buy; when u are happy with a seller stick with their other gigs.
        also another disappointment for me, the request a gig.
        u have sellers trying to push everything under the sun not relevent to the gig requested.
        too many bots being pushed @! sorry had to wind down for the day from fiverr.
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    • Profile picture of the author Emir Hayric
      Has anyone tried solo ads? I can't expect much for $5 but if your a beginner like me some leads are better than none. Have to take them at their word though, just because they state "a responsive list of 40,000" does not mean that is true!
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