How Much Do You Use Fiverr For Your SEO?

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Since my own SEO has been pretty strong I started using Fiverr to see how cheap i could get the equivalent SEO that i already use. I setup a handful of test sites, targeting keywords with 1,000 up to 15,000 searches monthly (that's not a competition metric, I'm just saying).

Overall i have found (through a ton of testing) that i can theoretically cut my SEO costs by about 50%, maybe closer to like 45ish, even for tough keywords.

Since I have now discovered this on Fiverr I'm simply curious how much other warriors use Fiverr in their business?
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  • Fiverr can be a great source for tier 2 links. But i wouldn't recommend pointing them to your money site
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    • Profile picture of the author PerformanceMan
      Originally Posted by HenrySEO89 View Post

      Fiverr can be a great source for tier 2 links. But i wouldn't recommend pointing them to your money site
      ^^^^This right here. Don't send any Fiverr gigs to the money site. Buffer them to a Web 2.0. And make sure the content on the Web 2.0 is well written and would pass manual inspection. If you do that you're relatively insulated from being knocked out by a competitor's spam report.
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    • Profile picture of the author heavysm
      Yes, i believed that initially. But through a few simple tests I now conclude the opposite. You really have to dig to find solid providers there. It's not all crap.
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      • Profile picture of the author PerformanceMan
        Originally Posted by heavysm View Post

        Yes, i believed that initially. But through a few simple tests I now conclude the opposite. You really have to dig to find solid providers there. It's not all crap.
        If you're in the mood to reveal some gigs, go ahead. I'll check them out.

        I do agree that there are a few gigs you can send to money pages, but other ones can be iffy. In particular the automated comment ones are bad simply because anyone checking backlinks will see them as spam.
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        • Profile picture of the author heavysm
          Ahah, that's not the point of this thread. I put my money in and got the results. I feel that other's quit too early on Fiverr so they think it's shit for SEO. My results are based on using the gigs in conjunction with timing out when each gig's links should effect my site. Timing is deadly important from what i saw.

          To make another point, most gigs don't even like when i buy because i never leave feedback. I just contact them letting them know what i think of their services, but the feedback is never there from me. I actually enjoy when I can buy from a gig and I'm the only buyer. Some of these gig have very little feedback, some have quite a few negative. You have to build a connection with the gig provider so that they know you mean business. Some that i use often don't even mind that i don't leave feedback since i buy so much lol
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          • Profile picture of the author heavysm
            But ANYWAY lol...

            How much do you use fiverr for your SEO? I'm talking in general rather than "never use it for your money site" sort of talk. Are you pushing $50 a week into Fiverr...or a lot more than that? And do you have your own favorite gigs or are you constantly looking at new ones to find better providers?
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  • Profile picture of the author bougalo
    Originally Posted by heavysm View Post

    Since my own SEO has been pretty strong I started using Fiverr to see how cheap i could get the equivalent SEO that i already use. I setup a handful of test sites, targeting keywords with 1,000 up to 15,000 searches monthly (that's not a competition metric, I'm just saying).

    Overall i have found (through a ton of testing) that i can theoretically cut my SEO costs by about 50%, maybe closer to like 45ish, even for tough keywords.

    Since I have now discovered this on Fiverr I'm simply curious how much other warriors use Fiverr in their business?
    Have you obtained any progress in your SEO as a result of relying on fiverr gigs?
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    • Profile picture of the author heavysm
      That's the entire point of my post here. Yes I have. But since I have my own systems already in place I won't be using Fiverr long term. I'm just saying I can actually rank new sites for decent keywords relying completely on Fiverr. It just required quite a lot of testing to find the decent gigs.

      There is a ton of skepticism about Fiverr so I took the dive to try it out myself. Not all bad. I'm just curious how much others rely on it for their SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author fmac
    I am going to give a few gigs a try now
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    I would like to see some details on gigs used, and how it worked for your key word. How competitive your key word is, and stuff like that.

    I have used them some, but never got a whole lot of results from them. I have a man does my stuff for me and does a whole lot better than I ever got from Fiverr.com.
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  • Profile picture of the author JabMonkey
    @heavysm....I guess you'll have to ask the same question a few more times.
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