In this review of the Fiverr opportunity I am going to show you how my mentor earned over $44,000, and growing month after month, not the way all those online “professors” will want to teach you, duplicating what is already available to everyone on the “How to Get Started“ section of the Fiverr website, and repeated all over the Internet by people who more often than not don’t have a clue, but are only trying to grab your cash, but the way I did it myself, after my mentot sshowd me, and how you too can do it! And, it won’t cost you a dime.
How did it all begin?
Back in 2016 ,yes not long after finishing with my mentor teaching and Aplying what I learned ,I joined as a “buyer” out of curiosity and never gave it a thought as I had no idea how I could use it to help me with my various online businesses which were already earning me full time since about 2012.
Then one day, about 4 years ago, I needed to have a few banners professionally done for some of my websites, hopefully at a reasonable price. I thought of researching Fiverr for a good freelancer and of course found the one that delivered an excellent job and at a great price.
While on the site and waiting to my freelancer to respond to my request, I looked around to see what else was on offer. To my surprise I came across many sellers offering their services, not for something I needed, but for something I had a lot of experience with and could very easily offer on the Fiverr platform.
The problem was that the competition seemed to be enormous, and there were so many sellers who had not made a single sale, even though their asking price was not worth the trouble.
But, what was the risk?
Zero, really. Just a bit of my time to set up my first “gig” and see what happens. Weeks and months passed, nothing. So, again I forgot all about Fiverr.
Till one day I received an email from Fiverr saying “You made a sale, time to get started“. Okay, I delivered what I offered and got a 5 star review from my client. That was great, but it was hardly going to feed me and my family, I thought.
The following week, same thing, same client. Obviously he was happy with what I have given him. Two weeks later, an other order but from a different person. Then I thought: “If I have orders for something that I can do while not doing anything about promoting it, what would happen if I was to offer more of my skills, and promoted my Fiverr services? ”
I decided to create more gigs and to start sharing them on my social platforms, and…
Orders started to come in!
Okay, not massively to start with, but very encouraging, and “the rest is history” as they say.
So, now I am going to show you everything you need to know about the world’s largest and best marketplace for digital services. How to outsource your skills, called “gigs” on Fiverr, for a small fee to start with and growing as you gain experience and popularity. Delivering tasks that every Internet marketer and blogger badly need to run their businesses profitably, but don’t know how and where to find help.
As we know, the Internet carries loads of money making opportunities.
But when we talk about earning some money with Fiverr, the great advantage you have is that you also discover skills that you didn’t even know you had. You become aware of many skills that you had but never thought someone, somewhere could be willing to pay you to share that with them.
Thanks to Fiverr, I discovered that I was even good at several things, in fact many things that I could put into use for a fee.
This would have not been possible just 20 years ago. But now you can actually buy and / or sell your services on several digital marketplaces.
A digital marketplace, and particularly Fiverr, has become a powerful driving force for transporting the freelance economic system to higher levels.
In the United States of America alone we can count 59 million freelancers. An estimated 1.2 billion worldwide (2020 statistics). And of course, these figures are growing all the time because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
At the time of writing this review, Fiverr has become the most widespread marketplace for digital products where anyone can buy or sell services (or both) and make some money while working at home, or from basically anywhere in the world.
People (the “sellers” as they are called on Fiverr) offer a wide range of services, categories and subcategories of services where you have the possibility to offer your own services to prospective clients and price for your time accordingly.
Ever since its creation, back in 2016, the platform has grown to become a multi million dollar application that has propelled the freelance industry toward another sphere.
There is a huge number of gigs that you can view on the Fiverr platform, ranging from proofreading, to digital marketing, article editing and / or writing, transcription, etc., etc.
Every service offered by an individual is called a “gig” on Fiverr.