When I started my journey on Fiverr I was sure that it was going to be full of missteps and painfully slow growth. 8 months later, I’m a level 2 seller, with a solid 5/5 rating, happy, repeat customers, and I’m making £600+ a month, which isn’t bad given that it is just a side hustle that only takes an hour or so per day.Read more
My Journey To Fiverr Seller Level One
Earlier this year, I decided I would make good on a plan that I have had for a while, and become a writer on Fiverr.
The decision to go back and make have a proper crack at becoming a writer on Fiverr was threefold. I had a passion project, a blog, that I wanted to get up and running and I was prepared to take a shortcut and hire a writer to get me the first few articles. That fell through and, despite being a lovely person, the writer had to keep delaying and eventually canceled my requests due to being too busy. That blog was this blog! And that cancellation led me to decide to write all of the articles myself. Everything on this site is an authentic observation from tests I have done to learn to generate money from side hustles, some of them passive, others not so much.Read more
Fiverr is a Freelancing platform that has a simple seeming system for pricing and earning. When it first set out, gigs were set at $5, hence the name. Fiverr kept $1 and passed the rest on to the seller. Of course, with time, more complex jobs have been added and sellers have advanced in levels and can now charge hundreds of dollars for some gigs.
Fiverr uses a system of levels to help buyers to know what sort of seller they are approaching, and also to give the buyers a sense of achievement and something to strive to obtain and hold onto. There are a number of requirements to achieve each level and some rewards for achieving them.Read more
With many people suffering during the Covid-19 pandemic, finding multiple alternatives to traditional income sources is more important than ever. For those with a creative lean, Patreon offers a fantastic opportunity to capitalise on the interest and support of fans of your work. We’re going to take a look at how to set up your Patreon page and optimise it to ensure that your page members know what it is they are supporting and in turn improve the likelihood of them choosing to follow and support you.
What is Patreon?
Patreon (which is a play on the word patron) is a website where creators can receive support from their fans, either by receiving a monthly subscription, or a payment per project. In exchange for donations, creators provide their patrons with a range of rewards. This can take the form of early access to creative content, special gifts or a simply thank you. We cover some examples of reward ideas on our article: What is Patreon?Read more