How People Are Making $1000 a Month Offering Simple Services
Fiverr is this crazy hot new website where buyers and sellers get together to exchange
money for services. And, get this - the price on everything offered there is five dollars.
Itís just insane what some of these people are willing to do for five bucks! And the fact
is they are selling hundreds, sometimes even thousands of these services.
I know what youíre thinking! How can anybody make money, even if you do thousands of
these things, if you only charge five bucks? The answer is gig extras, and good old fashioned
tips. Many sellers hang a new-fangled cyber tip jar out there to collect a little extra
love for a job well done. But the real money is in the gig extras. Just what are gig extras,
you ask. Gig extras are this hot new idea Fiverr has developed that is allowing many sellers
to consistently turn five bucks into fifty or one hundred dollars.
Here are just a few of the services sellers are offering on Fiverr:
1. Video testimonials
2. Puppet videos
3. Logo design
4. Facebook timelines
5. Product reviews
6. Sexy messages
7. Psychic readings
Are you beginning to get the idea? There is no limit to the type of gig that you can
offer. If you can imagine it, you can do it.
What can you sell on Fiverr?
Writing your first Description page
Writing out the offer details
Add tags to help your gig get found
Gig extras are where the money is
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What can you sell on Fiver?
Perhaps a better question is, what can't you sell on Fiver? A quick look at the website
shows people offering a number of normal and no so normal services.
Before we even try to pin down any ideas for what you should sell, lets take a look at
some of the crazy ass shit that is selling well.
1. There's this middle aged dude (anibalf). His offer is to sing a depressing Happy Birthday
as a mouse. In what you can see of his cover video there's an old dude wearing a Mickey Mouse
hat and he really does seem to be depressed. Any guesses how many of these he's sold over the
last year? 107! That's 107 people shelling out five bucks each to see a depressing old man
sing the Happy Birthday song in a Mickey Mouse Hat.
2. Jebediahjenkins will do anything you want (within reason) as a redneck for $5.00.
His cover photo shows this redneck geek in a cowboy hat in front of a confederate flag. He
can sing, play his "geetar," and even deliver a special "redneck-ified" message. For $10.00
more he will do it outdoors, and for $20.00 he will rush deliver this video extravaganza in
only two days instead of the normal five. And, incase you were wondering, he's sold 67 gigs
in the last seven months.