Is there ANY gig on fiverr (seo) worth buying at all?

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I am trying to go from small to micro with one of my websites. targeting many keywords/keyphrases for some very low monthly searches(100-250 ) all of them are based on extremely low competition.

But for making so many articles on so many keywords i cannot find spare time to do off-site SEO for any of them, so i tought why not try fiverr and outsource!?

Is there any benefitial gig out there that could push such a low comp keyword article to top? I dont need those giant pyramids they offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author nmwf
    There are tons of writers available at Fiverr, so I'm confused about your own confusion. What part are you confused about? Just order up a bunch of gigs if that's what you want. There are alternatives, but your subject line implies you weren't able to find what you need at Fiverr, when that just sounds so confusing!
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  • Profile picture of the author moneyroad
    Originally Posted by supereek View Post

    I am trying to go from small to micro with one of my websites. targeting many keywords/keyphrases for some very low monthly searches(100-250 ) all of them are based on extremely low competition.

    But for making so many articles on so many keywords i cannot find spare time to do off-site SEO for any of them, so i tought why not try fiverr and outsource!?

    Is there any benefitial gig out there that could push such a low comp keyword article to top? I dont need those giant pyramids they offer.
    Most offer BlackHat service, I would not bother. As some people say the same soft which they use can break your SEO and you could benefit from it. Rather create several backlinks from high quality websites, that order gig for thousands low
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    • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
      Originally Posted by moneyroad View Post

      Most offer BlackHat service
      Not really. They offer to spam links, or use their own network of low-quality sites.

      A true blackhat in my book would be someone who has a change of getting away with it, not the copycat push-button operator.
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    • Profile picture of the author fasmail01
      Originally Posted by moneyroad View Post

      Most offer BlackHat service, I would not bother. As some people say the same soft which they use can break your SEO and you could benefit from it. Rather create several backlinks from high quality websites, that order gig for thousands low
      Seconded. ..
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  • Profile picture of the author nateall
    I understand your idea of using cheap gigs on fiverr to rank for low competition keywords. That is a good idea. Most of the fiverr gigs are automated, if you are talking about backlinks. I have bought a few in the past, but it is hard to tell the effect they had.

    Why not try building stronger links to your home page and then the long-tail keyword articles will rank well without having links directly towards them? Or at least any weak links would work. I would try something involving social share.
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    • Profile picture of the author supereek
      Originally Posted by nateall View Post

      I understand your idea of using cheap gigs on fiverr to rank for low competition keywords. That is a good idea. Most of the fiverr gigs are automated, if you are talking about backlinks. I have bought a few in the past, but it is hard to tell the effect they had.

      Why not try building stronger links to your home page and then the long-tail keyword articles will rank well without having links directly towards them? Or at least any weak links would work. I would try something involving social share.
      hey, yes i understand they are automated. But i wasn't talking regarding only the XXXX amount of backlink gigs. I was wandering if some of the more lightweight gigs could do me some good on such lowcomp keywords, like the ones for 50 social media profiles, or a guestpost om some low-mid quality blog. PS i am not sure if strong links to my homepage will boost my other pages seo.
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    • Profile picture of the author supereek
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Buy every single SEO gig on fiverr.

      Don't hold back, get a 2nd mortgage on the house & max out all the credit cards.
      Great advice, thanks. While doing so shall i just give all those gigs one of your sites as target?
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      • Profile picture of the author patadeperro
        Originally Posted by supereek View Post

        Great advice, thanks. While doing so shall i just give all those gigs one of your sites as target?
        So if in this ansswer you are ackmoledging those backlinks are low quality? why do you even bother asking the question of whichones should you buy? do you still have a brain or are you in a vegetative state?
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        • Profile picture of the author supereek
          Originally Posted by patadeperro View Post

          So if in this ansswer you are ackmoledging those backlinks are low quality? why do you even bother asking the question of whichones should you buy? do you still have a brain or are you in a vegetative state?
          If you red further (like what i told to nateall) you'd see that i am not talking specificly about JUST many backlink gigs or pyramids (which i do identify as low quality) but perhaps anything that could benefit a micro keyword site (blogpost /web2.0 profs /i dont know, thats why i ask here? / etc). If you don't have anything valuable to add in, then why bother saying anything at all?
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        • Profile picture of the author yukon
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          Originally Posted by patadeperro View Post

          So if in this ansswer you are ackmoledging those backlinks are low quality? why do you even bother asking the question of whichones should you buy? do you still have a brain or are you in a vegetative state?
          It's only $5.
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  • Profile picture of the author viikka
    I had a good experience with fiverr blog comments gig. The guy delievered 20 blog comments of high quality on relevant blogs only! So I was really happy with it.

    Also you can find some really good blogs for guest posting.

    SEO pyramids gigs are just a waste of time, yet they can still work for ranking youtube videos...
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  • Profile picture of the author tzman
    One by one keyword ranking always worked for me on fiverr, I always get on 1st or 2nd page in google for keywords I paid for ranking.Just use highest rated sellers for keyword ranking and check latest reviews to see if it still works.

    And thousands of backlinks doesn't mean that your site will be good ranked,its better to have 50 good backlinks than thousands bad ones.
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  • Profile picture of the author alvinchua91
    Lol, he's just asking if there are any fiverr SEO gigs which are actually effective for SEO.

    At OP, I recommend you don't go to fiverr for SEO, most (even those with high ratings) SEO on Fiverr aren't worth it. I can't speak for all, but an overwhelming majority of them just provide automated nonsensical / outdated SEO methods.
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  • Profile picture of the author news2cash
    Not true. There are some reliable gigs on fiverr. I have been using fiverr since day one. At first it was the novelty of it. Then I started explaining the gigs to friends and partners which means I started investigating further for different things like intro videos, article & PR submissions, linkpyramids for SEO and video submissions. So look for high PR link pyramids, video submissions and article blast. lately I have been doing a lot of IFTTT and RSS feed submissions to boost hard to rank websites. I always get good results by combining the gigs in sets. For instance a PR submission + Article Blast + Link Pyramid gig. Think of it like preparing a good meal.
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  • Profile picture of the author danparks
    Originally Posted by alvinchua91 View Post

    I recommend you don't go to fiverr for SEO, most (even those with high ratings) SEO on Fiverr aren't worth it. I can't speak for all, but an overwhelming majority of them just provide automated nonsensical / outdated SEO methods.
    The above is definitely true.

    Originally Posted by news2cash View Post

    Not true. I always get good results by combining the gigs in sets. For instance a PR submission + Article Blast + Link Pyramid gig. Think of it like preparing a good meal.
    Maybe this is true as well. Each SEO gig sucks, but combining a bunch of gigs overrides the individual suckiness. Perhaps it's kind of like when I drink too much, I just keep on downing them to drink myself sober!
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