Freelancing has taken a new turn as services like Fiverr have come into market. It not only facilitates buyers to get desired services at low costs (as low as $5) but sellers can also earn a lot more money in less time.
What is Fiverr?
I am sure you are here because you know what is Fiverr, but for those of you who do not know lets have a quick introduction.
Fiverr.com is an online freelancing website where you can offer your services and earn unlimited money. In this article, I will guide you how to sell your first GIG (this is what Fiverr guys call a service on Fiverr) effectively.
If you are newbie and want to know more about Fiverr, search Fiverr on TechnoDoze search or Google it.
So, lets proceed to the main topic.
How to Sell your First GIG on Fiverr:
Many new comers, who just start on Fiverr do not get any orders in start are disappointed and they just leave it. But they do not notice it, the only reason they do not get an order is that they did not give their best to it.
Me too, when I created my account on Fiverr, I thought that it would not be easy to get into this website.
But, it is very easy to make a good monthly income from Fiverr, if you use your brain and use it wisely. 😉
Some people messaged me and said that you can not earn from Fiverr, it is a fraud and so on, so for those people I am attaching Earning proofs. The amount of money that I earned in only one month using Fiverr.
So here is a FULLY 100% Guaranteed working way to Get your first Sale on Fiverr. And when you get first, you ultimately get second, third and so on.
Step 1: Decide What You are Best At:
Getting a good earning at Fiverr needs that you are atleast good at one service. So determine your skill. Either you are a good graphic designer, you can give good business advice or you are good at developing websites.
Every person has some skill, I do not accept that a person can not have a skill.
So, determine your skill that you will be offering on Fiverr.
Some easy and high selling Fiverr niches are:
- WordPress installation / customization
- Graphic designing
- Web development
- Content Writing
- Matrimonial Advice
…and many many more.
Step 2: Create a Perfectly Balanced GIG:
Creating an attractive GIG is the most important phase of working on Fiverr. You should consider following things in mind while creating a GIG.
Title: Your title must not be very long nor very short and it should include medium competition keywords that are searched more often.
Description: Description of the GIG should be brief and to the point and easy English wording should be used. Appropriate keywords, sentences should be highlighted, bolded.
Media: Images and Videos are also a very critical part of a GIG. If you can create a video for your GIG, its gonna give you almost 220% more orders on your GIGs. So, always try to create a video. If you can not record a video, it’s perfectly OK. Just use atleast 3 royalty free images that are attractive enough to draw customers.
Payoneer Offer: For 10 people, I will create a good GIG for you that surely will sell. Contact me here and mention Fiverr GIG creation in your message.
Step 3: Launch Your GIG and Let the Order Come at You:
So now, I assume that you have created a nice GIG and now you need to get orders.
Have you thought, that how could you get orders if no one is seeing your GIG? Yeah! You must work yourself to advertise your GIG and expose it to more and more people.
It can be done by following methods:
- Advertise your GIG on Facebook groups (there are hundreds of Facebook groups dedicated to Fiverr advertising)
- Tweet you GIG to your Twitter followers (obviously you must have a good Twitter fan base)
- Use other social media tools to publicize your GIG.
I am Here to Help You:
If you still can’t get your First sale and need a kick start, I will always be there to help you, you can ask me anytime and I definitely will help you.
Ask questions freely.
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