Got skills, got talents, got Gigs? Awesome, but the question is ‘Are you making income from them Online’? Well if not let me introduce you to the ‘fiverr’ gig selling business.
What Is Fiverr?
Fiverr is the internet’s largest marketplace where people come together for the purpose of buying and selling of product/services for the sum of $5.
Services offered on fiverr are referred to as Gigs .
Below are Some Examples Of What Gigs Are;
* I will Write 700+ article for your blog for $5.
* I will design a blog for you for $5.
* I will advertise your product to 10,000 people on Twitter for $5.
When you have created a gig and got your gig listed out on the fiverr‘s marketplace, you then promote your gig via social media, advertising on blogs, tell people about it, posting it on forums and so on it goes. Any interested buyer comes and orders for your gig, fiverr notify you of it, so you can start off with giving your customer the service they have paid for.
After you have delivered and satisfied you buyers, they (your buyer) approve the order and you get paid. In terms of your cash, Fiverr automatically sends your money to your fiverr wallet within three days.
Did I mention that fiverr takes 20% as commission? You will be receiving an approximate of $3.92 in total. You get this amount in your fiverr wallet, and after 14 days of delivery, you can withdraw the money you’ve made by sending to PayPal.
Fiverr is just like doing what you know how to do for $5. But if fiverr doesn’t work for you, then you should check out these 5 fiverr alternatives.
SEOclerk is quite similar to Fiverr, it is a marketplace for affordable SEO services from thousands of experts and freelancers. – SEOClerks.
Fourerr is much more like fiverr.com, difference is that fourerr.com is an online marketplace where people buy and sell services and Micro Jobs for $4. – Buy and Sell Online.
On gigbucks.com you’ll find freelancers & micro workers offering Online services ranging from $5 to $50 – hmmm! Good deal. Gigbucks is available on App Store and on Google Play.
Update 7th Apr. 2015: This site seems no longer available.
If you are looking to sell your gig at a high price ($10 and $20) then, twentyville.com matches you BUT on this marketplace a lot of work is geared more towards professional service. I have the hunch to believe that fittytown is a clone of twentyville.
Tenbux.com, a lot similar to fiverr. Only difference is that tenbux allows $10 for a gig, you get $8 in total. As I’ve said ‘similar to fiverr’, commission rate are same with fiverr – 20%.
Make money, sell your gigs on fiverr or it’s alternatives just like other people making over $250 monthly, earn a smart passive income. For questions – comment below and please take a minute to share this post. 😉
Image Credit, techtreme.