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How to Work With Fiverr and Make a Full Time Income? — 16 Comments

  1. a very thorough review with no stone left unturned, I really like the idea of offering services on Fiverr however as you state the commission they charge is rather high, although you if offer a good service then you will get repeat orders which out weigh ways your operating costs.

    • Thanks very much for your comment Darren, I do appreciate you taking the time to read giving your opinion here. Fiverr and Wealthy Affiliate can work very well hand in hand if you do it right. If you have any questions, please make sure to post them here so that we can all benefit.

      I wish you the very best with your online venture.

      John ツ

  2. Hi John, I love Fiverr! They do great logo and graphical work , as well as content writing. And it is very cost-effective!

    • I’m glad that your know Fiverr Phildora. I have been a seller on Fiverr since 2011, promoting various websites and blogs for businesses on social platforms. I also bought a lot of services from other sellers, such as eBook covers, videos, etc.. the header image of this website was in fact designed by a friend of mine on Fiverr. If you ever need some great graphic works to be done, let me know and I will send you his details.

      I look forward to seeing you here soon Phildora as I am preparing a couple of very interesting articles which I will upload soon.

      John ツ

  3. I must say that I have never heard about Fiverr up until now. You review of it has me completely convinced that I might be able to use this for my own website . Before even finishing your article I found myself creating a free profile on Fiverr.

    Thank you so much for the information you have provided on Fiverr and how to work with Fiverr. I will give this a go. 

    • Thanks for commenting on my review on Fiverr Alexandra. I’m surprised that you haven’t heard of Fiverr before but I am glad that signed up for an account. This and Wealthy Affiliate are my two main streams of income, as like you, I do travel A LOT, as my wife and myself are international house and pets sitters. My laptop is my money making machine anywhere in the world we are, as long as I have an Internet connection. 

      I wish you the very best Alexandra,


  4. I’ve used Fiverr three times so far and each time has been a good experience. Once was to have a 600 word article written in my niche. Another Fiverr gig I had the lady write me 10 blog posts at around 300 words each and she even threw in some custom header graphics which I was not expecting! And most recently, this week in fact, I hired a woman to proofread and edit my sales page copy to make it more readable, correct any grammar issues and make sure the whole thing was in first person perspective instead of mixed up perspectives which I had a issue with. She’s a stay at home mom and professional published writer and editor. Only cost me $65 to have a 4401 word document corrected by a professional writer. Anyways, good post on Fiverr and I highly recommend everyone try it out (it’s free afterall) whether you be a seller or buyer. Good luck and much success for you.

    • Thanks very much for sharing your experience with Fiverr as a buyer Heisenberg. Yes indeed, there are some great deals to be made on Fiverr. I have had some good and bad experiences. The trick is to test with the lower packages and see before going for a more expensive package. I also have a couple of permanent sellers who are providing me with contents for my websites. They are great, but I had to kiss a few frogs before finding the prince.

      I wish you the very best for your online projects.


  5. I have made limit use of Fiverr but I have had success on every job so far. Fiverr offers a great entry price into the market at $5 and it quite often works out cheaper to get a Fiverr freelancer than the opportunity cost of doing it myself. 

    Thanks for a great article!

    • I do agree with you Ryan. When you have a job to be done it is worth shopping on Fiverr as there are some excellent professionals who can sort out any problems and save you time and money.

      Take care.


  6. Fiverr.

    its my first time I heard about fiverr business on line,

    im no an online person, maybe that’s why.

    Im failing or passing it. As I said I m not an online person

    all I can say I still have to look at it properly so that I will put my

    trust on it.

    theni can say it’s worth it.

    all I can say that I happy to the co-founder.

    all the best in coming future

    • Thanks for sharing your views on Fiverr. It might be worth looking into it and perhaps find someone who can help you with your English if you plan in working online.

      I wish you the very best,


  7. Very complete and detailed review of Fiverr. I found out where its name came from. I also discovered about all the different gigs. Fiverr is very interesting if someone has a skill. I didn’t know about the social media marketing gig. That is great because I have several social media accounts and I know now that I could use those to make money on Fiverr!!! I have bookmarked this page, thank you!

    • Thanks very much for taking the time to read my review on Fiverr and for commenting here. Everyone has a talent to share. There is always something that you excel in that is worth monetizing and that will be useful to someone else. So, give it a try, it is free to get it on Fiverr anyway.

      Have a great day,


  8. I have to say I have heard of fiverr before but it has been all about people that have been looking for writers from the platform but this is so detailed and with no doubt i know I have to join and not only that, I have to book mark this article. No womder why your clients are always so satisfied. Im not sure if I have anything I’m really that good at but with the time i have spent online I think I’ll be good and can try creating some gigs and see how it works out. Thanks so much this was real informative.

    • Thanks for commenting on my blog post Donny. When I first learned about Fiverr, I had the same reaction as you: I could not think of any skill that I might have that could be of any interest to anybody. One thing I had was that I had some a huge Twitter account and could promote other people’s businesses on on it. But when joining Fiverr I saw that there were already hundreds of people offering already the same service. But I decided to put up my first gig and with time I built up a reputation by offering a better service than the others.

      Then, as time went by I realized that after all I had many more skills than I thought and decided to put up more gigs, and I took off from there.

      To give you an example, yesterday alone I made over $200 out of just one of my gigs.

      Let me know if you have any questions.


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