6 minutes | Jan 12, 2015

How To Actually Make Money On Fiverr (Plus A Clever Trick)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyGsAP8Bk10 You're probably already making money on Fiverr. If you're not, this is not going to be some method that claims "If you do X, you will make Y!" The reality is I don't know you guys. I don't know your skillset, how driven you are and how much time and effort you are willing to commit to this making money online thing. That being said, what this blog post will teach you and show you is the approach you should have on Fiverr and the approach you've probably been taking as a seller on Fiverr (which is wrong). Fiverr continues to grow and thus, continues to become a very competitive marketplace for sellers. Is this a bad thing? No! Guys, understand that the reason it's competitive is because it works. Competition is a good sign, that means other people are making money. It wouldn't be a competitive marketplace if people weren't making money or if it wasn't worth it. That being said, because it is competitive, a lot of new sellers struggle. They create an account on Fiverr and they say to themselves "Okay! I'm going to sell X amount of Gigs a day!". I will admit, I was guilty of this. I am so guilty of this, that I used to teach this. I used to teach sellers that volume was important. That it was important to get X number of orders of Gigs per day to make a lot of money on Fiverr. Of course if you sell 20 Gigs a day, you'll be crushing it on Fiverr. But that's not the approach you should take anymore. Fiverr changes their search algorithms too frequently now and it seems everyone has seen a drop in orders per day. So what do we do as sellers? Well, there are two things I suggest. Also at the end of this blog post, I'm going to share a killer tip, for free. The first thing is to take your service and strip it down. Sell a bare-bones service for $5 and include all the essentials that buyers would want in the Gig extras. This was, the average price of your Gig goes from $5 to $15-$40. Think of it like this: To make $80 a day on Fiverr, I would teach people to get 20 orders a day. Do you know how difficult that is with most Gigs? However, if you sold 3 Gigs a day, that each made you around $26, it would net you around the same result, you'd have less orders to complete, and you'd only need to sell 3 orders a day which is not that difficult if your most popular Gig gets a few thousand views a day. So for example, let's pretend I was selling video testimonials. Instead of offering the whole shebang for $
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