Fiverr Fast Start - Top Rated Seller Shares Insider Secrets For Quick Success on Fiverr
jelkin 1 year ago

Fiverr Fast Start - Top Rated Seller Shares Insider Secrets For Quick Success on Fiverr

Don't miss the gold rush on Fiverr. Learn the insider secrets to leverage free traffic for fast sales and success on Fiverr.

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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Roberts
    I just bought this and went through it. Overall my feeling is that if you're new to Fiverr and looking for guidance on how to make money there, then this WSO is good value for money.
    The videos are original, clear and well-produced, and the information provided is pretty sound. And unlike so much on this forum, the sales page fairly represents what you'll get.
    That said, as someone who has sold quite a lot on Fiverr, I found it a bit elementary, and was hoping for (but didn't get) much in the way of advanced training. That's not the OP's fault - he never claimed we would. If Jon ever considers updating the course or creating a part 2, I'd like to know more about Fiverr SEO, and methodologies for finding high demand/low competition big ticket gigs. Also, it would have been better from a customer point of view to see his own gigs, rather than be pointed to other people's gigs. But presumably he doesn't want us copying his success too closely.
    Overall: four stars from me - good job.
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    • Profile picture of the author jelkin
      Thanks for a fair review. I have thought about releasing a course that shows exactly how I average $5,000/month on Fiverr, but I certainly could not sell it at this price.
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      • Profile picture of the author Steven Roberts
        Thanks Jon, but your sales copy says you figured out how to leverage Fiverr to your advantage to deliver $5k every month in take home money. Don't you think your buyers were entitled to think that this is what would be in your WSO?
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        • Profile picture of the author jelkin
          It seems we are getting into semantics. When I wrote "I have thought about releasing a course that shows exactly how I average $5,000/month on Fiverr, but I certainly could not sell it at this price", I meant that I though about a course that shows my exact gigs and how I complete those gigs.

          Per my sales copy, my WSO does show the "methods" I use to leverage Fiverr to my advantage to make $5k/month.

          As you mention in your review, in this WSO I do not share my own gigs on Fiverr. In my opinion, it is more important about HOW you sell your gigs (i.e. the method), and not the gigs themselves.

          I was not the top seller for my gig categories when I started on Fiverr, however, my methods allowed me to become that. Personally, I believe the "method" of how you sell a "product" is more important than what the product is, and I cover my "method" in this WSO.

          For example, a real estate company might have 100 brokers, but they all have varying degrees of success, even though they are all selling the same "product" (i.e. real estate). Why? They are all individuals with varying methods, drive, skills, time commitments, etc.
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          • Profile picture of the author Steven Roberts
            Fair enough Jon - your course does explain those methods pretty well.
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  • Profile picture of the author SteveKarens
    How much do we need to invest to get started with these recommended gigs, after buying your guide?
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    • Profile picture of the author jelkin
      It depends upon what type of gig you want to sell. You may not need to spend anything to get your gig started.

      You may want to make a small investment. For example, for one of my current gigs, I spent $27 one-time for a software, and have used that software to sell over 300 gigs (that start at $40 and go up to $110 per gig order), so that software paid for itself after just 1 gig order.

      For another gig that I currently have, I spent $9.95 one-time for some content and have sold over 75 gigs using that content (the gig costs $50).

      Most importantly, in this video training I will show you how to get your gig noticed, how to build traction, build a customer base, and more.
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  • Profile picture of the author classy
    Would this free traffic work in the IM field to collect leads, or promote affiliate products ?

    Thanks,
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    • Profile picture of the author jelkin
      Thank you for your question. The free traffic is all from within the Fiverr platform, however, I do show how you can use this traffic to collect leads and promote affiliate products. I show this in Module 10 and Module 12.
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  • Profile picture of the author timifaithus
    Ebook or videos?
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    • Profile picture of the author jelkin
      This is a video course that I created based upon my experience as a Fiverr seller.
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