|How To Make Money on Fiverr|
Fiverr is designed to provide users with the ability to purchase digital services from a range of world-class providers.
Founded in 2011, has grown rapidly, with more than 8 million "stroller" being purchased through the platform in 2015 alone.
While this may sound great, the big question is whether you can make money with it too.
To answer this, I have found that it is best to take into consideration the general scope of the market, and where you can make any progress in it ...
After spending the last five months working with a number of people on the podium, the only thing I've found that determines whether someone will be successful is how they can view their show.
For most people - and women are particularly bad at this - they will basically list what they can "do" with some examples of previous work.
This may work well for high-end photographers, but for others - it's a recipe for disaster.
People want to know how they will move their business / lives forward, not what you can do.
For example, you may be a "world-class surgeon," but how does that translate into the type of treatment you can offer patients? what is your specialty? What did you do before other surgeons would not touch?
In the Western world, we have come to a time when social media has largely revealed the myth of "unknown business" - people want to know who they are dealing with and want to provide the best service directly to them.
To this end, when thinking about what you can do with the platform, there are a number of steps to follow:
1. Lead with your experience
The first big thing I found was driving with your experience.
If you have no experience, just say that you are keen to learn - the idea is that people will use your services because they want to help you improve.
Every time I see someone who has been successful on the podium, they always drive their experience on everything else.
The best service providers on the platform are exactly what they offer, because they always think about the experience they have developed in the "real world".
There's a big mistake with many different people trying to sell the service simply because they think it's popular (SEO / WordPress desgin, etc.) - it's a very bad way to do things and will usually prevent growth because you will not provide very good service with good results.
While the initial rush to make money may be good, bad customer reviews will eliminate any aspirations you might have. Thus, it is useful to focus on the long term on what you can actually do (not what you think people want to pay for).
2. Look at what is selling
Some things will be more common than others - while you should not "copy" the work of others, it is always good to see what is common and what is not.
As to how to do this, there are two ways:
- Look at popular accounts
- Look at popular products / services
- The first is to try to determine which common "accounts" on the platform and "reverse engineer" worked. This section is usually opened to look at the different "markets" popular through which they sell their vehicles:
- Click on Fiverr
- At the top, select a "Topics" from the navigation bar
- Select a subtopic (make sure both are fairly popular (digital marketing> marketing via social media)
- From the left menu, select "Level 2" + "Top Rated" from the "Vendor Rating" section
- Also enter at least $ 100 in the "Price Range"
- Make sure your lists are ordered by "Best sellers" and start clicking on the menus that look famous
- If you find anything that looks attractive, click on the seller's "Profile"
- This will give you an overview of the entire portfolio of buggies
- The second way is to find any popular products / services. While you should not be too old in what you offer, you should be able to think about the "language" your audience might want to communicate with.
- Click on Fiverr
- At the top, select one of the "Themes" from the navigation bar that fits your experience
- Select a subtopic that appeals for more
- Make sure the lists are ordered by "Best sellers"
- Scroll and find the small number after starting the assessment
For example, you may have 5 stars + "1 kilo"
"1K" represents the number of people who bought the concert and left a good review
It refers directly to the popularity of the concert, and therefore whether there is something to consider
As we mentioned, only the two methods will really be used to acquire "ground-based" - some ground-level research designed to give you more ideas about what is common on the platform.
3. Create your own offers on demand
After doing the above, consider creating an On Demand view.
The request is word loaded. The key is that most people simply want to know what they will do for them.
The problem is that most people will simply try to tell you what they're doing, or what they think they want to hear. this is not working.
What works is a system that allows you to "deliver" your services in a way that people immediately understand the basic benefits of their business.
For example, one of my Fiverr profiles specializes in computer repair.
Computer repair is not the most exciting, nor the most abundant market now. Back in the 1990s, "computer repair" meant big money ... not 2018.
Thus, to formulate a "on demand" offer (since computers still use - even more than the 1990s - in different ways only), you have to go where the "demand" is:
VPS cloud providing + management
Now, although these things are fine - the BIG problem here is that there is little demand for them. People do not "want" to buy them.
What people want to pay is the reasons "why" they are using the above software packages - traffic, growth + sales.
Thus, you can wrap everything you do in a "growth" pack ...
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Obviously there is an art to this - if you are able to do so effectively, you can attract orders from a large number of buyers.
4. Understand what people buy
Obviously people are buying a repair / upgrade - but in essence, you should be aware that most people will not be willing to send you money for a modest service; they want an exceptional.
Exceptional does not mean "quality" - means "results".
Thus, when thinking about the process of working with customers (if you receive orders), then you need to do absolutely anything to push their business / lives forward.
As described above, things like wrapping the presentation in the core results (for them), or making an extra effort to help them understand what you've done or just do more than expected - if you treated your customers with respect and energy, start receiving decent reviews.
These good reviews are what should sustain * service growth.
5. Make sure you handle the "background" correctly
If you want to enter the Grand Leagues, the absolute key is to ensure that your business is able to handle increasing numbers of requests.
While it may be good to get 5 new orders, if you want to keep your momentum, you should consider how to process more than 500 orders.
To this end, one of the best things you can do is focus on how to manage the "back end" for your business.
Some things like Integrating Trustpilot, creating a YouTube channel, a Facebook page, a Twitter feed are all small things to keep customers in your "loop" (and thus have the ability to continue providing your services "on demand" later).
In the world of sales, known as "repression" - the more the customer goes, the more valuable it becomes.
You obviously must respect everyone's ideas and so on - but from a purely pragmatic perspective, you'll be able to think about how to maintain the "recycling" of buyers brought by Fiverr.
If you do it effectively - which may include everything from setting up a CRM system to integrating e-mail marketing campaigns into your services - you'll end up with a huge increase in sales.
The way you deal with this growth depends on your experience / temperament - but the foundation is that work is there if you are willing to focus on demand.
As we mentioned, I earned $ 2500 in my first month with my friend on Fiverr - and since then I have worked on a number of offers across two of my profiles.
If you follow the steps above, you'll be ahead of 98% of people starting on the platform.