FiverrClerks - From Fiverr Zero To SEOClerks Hero. Part 2

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FiverrClerks - From Fiverr Zero To SEOClerks Hero. Part 2

Getting Started With Fiverr
Creating an account on Fiverr is simple enough. It’s just like every other membership site you’ve ever joined (Facebook, Twitter, etc.).

While posting gigs on Fiverr is a fairly simple and straightforward process, it might benefit you to do a little research before you post your first one. To be honest, on a site like Fiverr, not too many people seem to pay attention to your bio but make sure you enter all the necessary details about you and your work. Each little thing you do which others don't, will benefit you.

There's Too Many Competitors.
Don't let anyone tell you that you can't earn money on Fiverr. You can. It's proven. Female, Male, Young or old. Model or not. Anyone can. It depends on WHAT you provide and obviously.. HOW you do it..

Take a look at some of the Top Rated Sellers on Fiverr or browse a couple of sellers who provides hot-selling services. I'll show you exactly what I'm talking about.. Take a look at some of the sellers who offers "voiceovers".

Some of them might have 105 orders in queue.. They charge $5 for 75 words and make $4 after the cut from Fiverr. Next, let's take a look at some numbers.. $4 x 105 orders = $420.

That's a good and decent extra income, right? Let's take a deeper look..

What if you as a buyer need 76+ words for instance?
-That's 2 gigs or 1 gig and 1 gig extra..

That's an easy extra $5 for the seller.. Actually most of them set their gig extras at no less than $10 for this, which means that you as a buyer will pay a minimum of $15.

Another example..
Logo designs. You'll get an awesome cool logo for $5. The Designer might have 50 or even 250+ orders in queue but look at the descriptions when you're browsing gigs.. I will show you what I mean using screenshots for this one..

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Note that the above screenshot is a Top Rated Seller on Fiverr.

First of all. This is an outstanding offer. Most sellers are doing one logo for $5.. This offer, being a top rated seller and having almost 12,000 buyer reviews are obviously the reasons for having 479 orders in queue..

I will explain everything about this gig so you understand how things works..

• Great title. Using CAPITAL letters like this is vital. That said, this would probably not have worked as good if the title was "I will design 2 awesome LOGO design in 48 hours". The key is to figure out WHICH word to write in capital letters.

The reason you should use Capital letters is because it's easy to find. It's the very first word people will see, which obviously makes it vital for your success. Just remember to use the BEST word in your title. The one that attracts the most.

*Don't you dare using numbers instead of letters. For instance, "d3s1gns" or something stupid like that. It's insane and will probably ruin every inch of chance
you have to become successful.

• Great Delivery Time. Most designers delivers in between 2 and 4 days. Offering 2 logos, which is 100% more than most others, in less or equal time is outstanding.

Buyers are usually in a hurry and they want their deliveries as soon as possible. If you have a delivery time of 7 days, you'll get questions from people who "needs" this in less than that. Which is the reason of the gig extra, "Extra Fast Delivery".

Having less delivery time than other sellers will help you to attract customers but you should never provide what you usually do in 3 days in just 1 day to gain clients. You'd be better off having 2 days delivery time and using the gig extra "Extra Fast Delivery" and set that to 1 day. You'd still deliver your service faster than other providers and you'll have a great chance of making extra money by offering the Extra Fast Delivery too.

In the screenshot below you'll see the description of this gig..

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This seller delivers both JPG & Transparent PNG formats, which is great. As a buyer you'll even have 2 revisions which means that you can tell the seller to make up to two changes on your logos..

Great description. Informative and detailed description. Having a link to their portfolio is also a fantastic way to attract new clients. As a buyer you understand exactly what you'll get by ordering this gig & you can see their previous work which makes it easier to decide if you should order or not. Also including what they DON'T provide is great to make their orders easier. Some people expects "the world" for nickels so they'll stay away immediately by having these things stated.

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So, let's take a look at those gig extras then shall we..?
Extra Fast. That's an easy $10 extra. How many of the 479 orders in queue do you think orders the Extra Fast gig extra? Probably quite a few right? $20 Extra for source files and a businesscard.. An extra $50 for getting FB,Twitter,Youtube and Google+ Covers...

I suppose you're starting to see the real potential in gig extras?

Many sellers earns money on Fiverr by volume. They sell their gigs like crazy, having 100+ orders in queue, whilst other sellers might have half the amount of sales but they earn double the amount of money.. or even more than that.. And why..?

-The reason is; think outside the box & provide SMART gig Extras.

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See, I'm reading this, and it's a great read! But I'm mentally replacing fiverr with SEOClerks and it still works! Because, although this was written for fiverr, for using fiverr, you can apply this same logic to selling on SEOClerks as well. Virtually everything you've said here can all be applied to selling on SEOClerks. The same logic in writing titles, the same logic in writing a description and the same logic when it comes to adding extras to your service as well. And when it comes to extras, this is where you can really excel! FiverrClerks - From Fiverr Zero To SEOClerks Hero. Part 2

But SEOClerks is better than fiverr in many ways. One of those ways is that you can sell a service here with a price of $1. You cannot do that on fiverr! In fact, that's where fiverr stumbles, because they are called fiverr, they can't sell services for less than a fiver. And as anyone will tell you, those $1 dollar services make up a massive amount of sales for SEOClerks and the sellers on here.

More than that though, because we can sell $1 services here, it means you can list a service for $1 but then you can also add many enticing and powerful extras to that service too. In fact, listing a service at $1 with a GREAT title and a GREAT description and giving them a lot for that $1 will get people clicking on it and buying it. But you'll find that around 60%+ of people that do, will add extras to that service as well. FiverrClerks - From Fiverr Zero To SEOClerks Hero. Part 2

I'm not saying you should list all your services at $1. But if possible, try to list some of your services as a $1 service, and give people so much for that $1. But also make one that has a lot of extras in it as well that people can buy. Extras that sell for a good price. You'll probably find that service will get more views than your other services that sell for 9x as much! Some people will buy just the service for $1 as it is, but that's only usually to test it out. After this, the next time they purchase, they'll be more willing to add/buy those extras! FiverrClerks - From Fiverr Zero To SEOClerks Hero. Part 2

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It sure is an explanation for Fiverr in this part, but further on, in other parts, you'll see that "FiverrClerks" doesn't cover Fiverr alone. It's basically my whole journey, from Fiverr rookie to a SEOClerks X5 member. And everything between. That being said, I've noticed that some of the things looks a bit "odd" so to speak, now when I have made everything in parts. It looks a bit better within the actual ebook.

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I get super cautious when I see someone using numbers in their titles or descriptions.

One of the big things I try to avoid is when someone posts "I guarant33 you will love your order!" I never really think that they're dumb, I just assume that if something were to go wrong, they wouldn't refund my money because they technically didn't give a guarantee. I've heard horror stories like this but have yet to experience anything like this myself. Another form of "guarantee" that I don't like is when it shows "gu@rantee" It looks like an A but it's definitely not lol.

Using letters in your words just doesn't look professional and if someone is looking to hire you for work, they want to see something professional and not something that looks like it was written by a 13 year old playing call of duty instead of designing your banner or logo lol FiverrClerks - From Fiverr Zero To SEOClerks Hero. Part 2

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I've never experienced anything bad like that, when it comes to "gu@rantee" but I do hate when people are using letters and numbers to spell their words. It looks awful and I leave as soon as I find a service or product page that are using such words. - In case I get a message or an email from a person who's using such words, then I often skip replying them back. - I just can't stand it.

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Great tips, thank you! The thing is you need to optimize everything you have at your disposable for customizing your service, so make sure you spend enough time developing clever titles and descriptions, using power words and even humor!

The thing I really hate about Fiverr is the amount of work you need to put in when you first start there, it will be very hard to compete with other sellers who offer a lot of work at the very cheap price of 5 bucks and you end up with something like 3.9 because after you withdraw everything Fiverr won't pay your PayPal fee, which really sucks.

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That's actually, from what I've heard from many sellers on Fiverr, the biggest reason for them to look elsewhere to do business. That PayPal is greedy and doesn't cover PayPal fees. - And I couldn't agree more!

If you sell a service on any marketplace, I do understand that you'll have to pay a commission, which often is set at 20%. But when you've done that, you should get 100% of the earnings, just like you get on SEOClerks.. - But truth to be told. I haven't heard about any other place that actually covers the fees.

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Very good guidelines for someone who is considering starting up an account on Fiverr. Thanks for sharing. I think that the title and the description advice you gave will apply well to any site where one is trying to sell a service. Also, I guess that despite the fact that there are many top sellers who are established on the site, there is no need to give up setting up an account just for that reason. After all if one offers a really good service, he can still establish a good reputation after some time.

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he can still establish a good reputation after some time.

Unfortunately, most people don't understand this. They don't put in the necessary amount of time and effort. Most people seem to believe that they will hit the jackpot within the first few days, without any, or at least with minimum effort. - Those people quit and leave their freelancing dreams forever.

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Oh Andre I know what you mean by using numbers or shortening words... like your example "d3s1gns". It is not readabale and for me personally it just irritates me.

I think that there is huge opportunity on Fiverr and any other marketplace, including SeoClerks. I have made a few sales on SeoClerks and I am not even a seller here, I am a buyer LOL.

You are so right, there are some sellers that don't take as much care as they could with their profile and their services. I believe if they did it would make all the difference in my opinion.

I have often had a look at a service and chosen another buyer because of silly things like spelling errors,grammar errors and our favorite mentioned above using numbers instead of letters.

Yes these sellers might have a great service but I can't help but feel that when a seller doesn't make sure that his or her profile and services look top notch then why would they put 100% into my orders?

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That is so true Lynne. Why would they put 100% into an order when it seems like they don't take their business seriously? - I stay away from such people. I hate seeing things like that.

Fr0m wh4t 1'v3 h34rd, you're doing a great job, both as a seller and a buyer, and I wish you all the best in the nearest future too! (Sorry for doing that.. I just had too!)

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it universal truth seoclerk batter then fiverr

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I have one service listed on Fiverr. So far no one has shown any interest. Now I know why my gig has not attracted any customers. I don't have a good title, I don't have a good description and I am not giving the best value for the money.
Thanks for sharing these tips. I will recheck my gig.

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I am kind of struggler on fiverr. I have not much made money so far on fiverr. I guess I have to really find some ways to make some decent earning. So far there are some really good options to get on fiverr. But if there are not many clients out there then that can be really offputting. I wish to get that part settled in due time. I am sure there are some good gigs that can still be done and you can make money. But for me I have to find the selling service.

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In any field of business and probably even in life, there is always the issue of competitors. Life is a competition and we cannot discount that fact that competition makes like more challenging. Think if there is no competition in life, it will be boring. With the competitors in Fiverr, my take is to take the challenge that you are one of the so called “also ran” for now but tomorrow you can improve your position in the race.

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