Has anyone actually made money on Fiverr?

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  1. MountainManJake profile image86
    MountainManJakeposted 5 years ago

    Has anyone actually made money on Fiverr?

    I'm not talking about just 5 dollars once.  I mean actually run a small business from it.  If so, how did you do it?

  2. las81071 profile image69
    las81071posted 5 years ago

    I have not even heard of this one. If it works out please let me know. I am always looking for ways to make money on the internet.
    Thanks

  3. drspaniel profile image90
    drspanielposted 5 years ago

    Yes easy! All you need to do, is to provide a service that a lot of people have a demand for, and then watch your business grow from there. There are gig extras that you can add to your gigs that can range from an extra $5 to $40. Remember however, that with Fiverr you are actually making $3.92 per sale, and not $5.

  4. smcopywrite profile image25
    smcopywriteposted 5 years ago

    i was very vested in fiverr last year and did make more than a couple of hundred dollars. the trick is finding clients that consistently give you jobs for the work being done. they may have one job posted, but give you work for months to come.

    you do have to "chase" the work, but if you find the right clients you could do very well. market and promote yourselfmake certain you put your best foot forward on everything you do and always keep your credibility in good standing. when great work is provided the word will spread.

    you may even get cold calls to do writing. networking happens among clients just like freelancers. they may have business connections that need work done and refer them to you if your work is great.

  5. caseymel profile image90
    caseymelposted 5 years ago

    I have only put two jobs on there to see if anyone would want me to complete a job, but nobody responded.

  6. Snurre profile image71
    Snurreposted 5 years ago

    Hi, I started selling on Fiverr about a month ago. So far I've made $100+ and I feel like I'm only getting started. I believe Fiverr has a very good potential as long as you find a niche for your services. You make $4 per sale and then you pay some commission when you withdraw.

  7. sparkster profile image93
    sparksterposted 5 years ago

    These micro-sites are pre-built clones which you can buy - maybe you would make more money by buying one?  I'm making a regular but small amount from using several of these sites, it can be harder to drum up work on some of them as on others.  I guess it depends how many people use that specific site.  There's also MyCheapJobs, GigDollars, MusicBusinessMarketplace and more.

  8. gkerosi profile image70
    gkerosiposted 5 years ago

    Personally, I have not but I know friends who are making up to $2,000 per month from Fiverr.

 
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