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Making Money on YouTube With Fiverr

Updated on April 27, 2013

There are many ways to make money on YouTube. Today I will share with you how I make money on YouTube with the help of is a website that allows you to make money by completing small jobs called known as 'gigs.' These gigs are worth $5 a pop (hence the name Fiverr), however you end up making $4 since the website takes a dollar out of each gig sold. Nonetheless, that is still a fair price.

These gigs can be anything you want them to be. You can share people's websites with your followers, edit photos and even write articles to name a few examples. However, the main point of this article is to show you how to make money on Fiverr by making YouTube videos.

I make technology related videos on YouTube so I choose to offer iPhone and iPad App reviews. However, your videos can be about anything. You can provide a testimonial for a site or product or if you have a special talent you can make a video showing your skills. For example, if you are good a skateboarding you can do a skateboard trick and say the name of a business.

THE FIRST STEP is to create an account on and create your first gig. Since I like the skateboard idea, I will expand on this during the post. It is very easy and you can start off with the example above but as you surf the available gigs in the topic of your choice you will come up with more creative gigs.

SECONDLY, hands down the worst part of this process, is to wait. Give it time and someone will eventually buy your gig if it is of any value to them. With the great skateboarding idea, I think people will jump on that, I kinda wish I had kept that one to myself as I enjoy skateboarding.

THE THIRD THING you have to do is complete your order. Hopefully the weather is nice and you can go outside or to the skatepark to record your trick. You may need help filming, especially at the skatepark, but if you are at home you can easily put your camera on a tripod and do your trick. A moving camera, with a friend helping, will definitely make your video more interesting.

THE LAST PART of this tutorial involves uploading the video to your YouTube channel and delivering it to your customer. The only thing after this is to hope your customer gives you a great review for everyone to see and people continue buying your gig.

You will not be amazingly successful right away unless you find an amazingly creative idea. As I said in step 2, give it time. It took me a while to get my first gig and even longer to make enough money to spend. Thanks for reading and I hope this brought you closer to becoming an online millionnaire.

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      Victor Mavedzenge 6 years ago from Oakland, California

      Cool.Creativity rules-I have seen some really crazy ideas selling so well there.