The Secret To My Success

The Secret To My Success

OK SO as many of you know I have spent the last 7 months learning, studying and mastering fiverr
the best I could.

Well my personal system worked out…NOW for the bombshell I kept ALL of my research data and when you find out what it is any of you sellers will foam at the mouth…..

I have spent 2-3 hrs per day writing up spread sheets on the Fiverr categories, off the top of my head, Writing, Music and Video Business. Graphics, Advertising etc up to 15 topics or so.

Now this information has been invaluable to me and is how I stay on stop but I believe in giving back in this world and I have decided to help my friend Dan Tulloh

When I want to see what people look up on google I look at a keyword tool and see that. But when I want to know what people  want to buy or sell on Fiverr, our hands are tied…

Well I am a hungry mother and I want to make money on Fiverr and I wanted to see the numbers..I decided to get all data needed for analysis of my genre

I have the numbers and can say for sure                                                                                
What the bestsellers are on Fiverr in my genre (look at positive count)

What gigs are in  demand and people stay in line to buy them (look at queue count)

What gigs are of interest but need some twist (look at collected/positive ratio)

What gigs need better service (look at negative count)

What gigs I can outperform simply by offering better delivery time (look at popular gigs with high delivery time numbers)

This has been my secret sort and filter gigs to find gold. Add your own twist: from finding keyword density to monitoring gigs’ dynamics!

When I mastered my genre on Fiverr, I HAVE FINALLY decided to help others people do the same for theirs

I have all the main Fiverr categories now who do I help first become rich….. THIS IS THE KEY TO MY 150k a year Fiverr Biz… J

Our company will blast your brand into the next level.
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9 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    Posted November 23, 2012 at 1:20 pm | Permalink

    Awesome!!!!

  2. Posted November 24, 2012 at 4:36 pm | Permalink

    Sounds like much work has paid off for you : )

  3. Posted December 7, 2012 at 11:41 pm | Permalink

    You definitely took the smart way to making money instead of the hard way. I’m going to go look at gigs on Fiverr right now to start seeing which ones are popular that I can improve on in some way. Thanks so much for the tips!

  4. Posted December 8, 2012 at 1:48 am | Permalink

    You said to look at “What gigs are in demand and people stay in line to buy them (look at queue count)…” I’ve seen a lot of those gigs that have a lot of orders in the queue, but once you find those gigs how do you steal away those customers to you, especially if they’re loyal to the other gigs?

  5. Posted December 8, 2012 at 11:07 pm | Permalink

    I think there’s so many gigs to improve on on Fiverr. A lot of times when I’m looking at gigs I see tons of thumbs down and think, man that just aint right. I hate trying to scroll down through the reviews though to find the thumbs down comments to read them. Fiverr needs to improve on that. A lot of times though the thumbs down are just things like, “Oh they didn’t deliver on time,” and I think that’s a bunch of trash because here people are ready to hand you money for doing little to nothing, and you can’t even deliver on time? Awesome that you have such high ratings though! I’m gonna have to go take a look at those low rated sellers again.

  6. Posted December 10, 2012 at 4:29 pm | Permalink

    I’ve seen Fiver but I didn’t realize you could make so much money with it. Now I’ll have to come up with some things of my own to sell.

  7. Posted December 10, 2012 at 4:53 pm | Permalink

    This is such a smart tactic. Technically you could improve on any gig this way by offering shorter times, or more bang for your buck.

  8. Posted December 10, 2012 at 5:24 pm | Permalink

    Keyword density on Fiverr is so hard though because they penalize you if you use a word more than twice in the description or title… how do you get around it? I mean, I see people using symbols or spaces in their words so they can use the words more than twice, but that messes up keyword density doesn’t it?

  9. Posted December 10, 2012 at 5:38 pm | Permalink

    If I wanted to do the same niche as you on Fiverr would you still teach me? 🙂