What are you willing to spend $5 on?
Maybe you haven’t come across this cool and interesting site yet, it’s a great place for freelancers or people looking for small side jobs. This is the Fiverr website. This freelance site is a great place to make a quick $5 cash in exchange for some services or something you can do or give for that price.
You can do two things with this site. You can be a seller or a buyer.
This is what it’s about. If you are going to become a buyer, find some of the services you are looking for and order. You can pay via PayPal or credit card. Communicate with your seller and track his progress. Once the job is done, you get a 48 hour warranty from the seller in case you need to fix something. That is it! For five dollars you can have this done for you.
If you want to be a seller, create and share what you’re willing to bid for $5. So you’ll be notified when someone is interested in your offer. You have 48 hours to serve your customers and if successful, the money will be deposited directly into your PayPal account. However, Fiverr will make the necessary deductions, including their fees and PayPal discounts.
Need someone to like and recommend your Facebook fan page to 4000 people? Need someone to increase your YouTube video views to 4000 views in 5 days? Need someone to design your logo or write and publish an article? Do you need someone to design and build your website for you? You can find all of these in Fiverr. You spend just under $5 per service.
You can also find fun and weird services like “I’ll dance to a song of your choice for $5 in a hot dog costume”, “I’ll make tough decisions for you for $5”, “I’ll be your girlfriend” Facebook for $5 each week”, “I make excuses for $5” and “I lift weights and scream all you want for $5. Nice, right?
However, if you see the more serious side of this site, this is a great opportunity for you to build a relationship. A great place to gain people’s trust and respect as someone who delivers quality work. You can gain loyal customers who may even recommend you to others outside of Fiverr.
Fiverr is definitely more than just a place to play, it’s a great tool for building relationships and trust.