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Hi everyone. I’m a freelance journalist who does voice overs and content production. I have my website and I usually promote on social media. But now I’m trying to expand my business and I don’t know what is the best way to do it.

I had a few ideas. What do you think that will look more professional?

  1. Sharing my website link and then redirect people to my Fiverr page;
  2. Sharing my Fiverr page directly;
  3. Sharing my website link and incorporate a Fiverr badge at the website.

Do you do something different than this? Have other ideas? Please, share.

Thanks.

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Well, first I would recommend hiring an actual marketing specialist to build you a proper strategy. None of us here know your business enough to put together a decent action plan and I’m not sure how many would take the time to dive into your business for free 🙂

That being said, we can offer you some nuggets that might be helpful to some extent.

  • If you need Fiverr to process your orders then bring your customer here. Although you might look into AND.CO and other similar sites.
  • If you can process payments and manage your orders through your own site then I don’t really see a reason why you should give Fiverr 20% of your income.
  • Bringing your clients here could easily lead to losing that client to your competitor. For example, Fiverr shows your competitors at the bottom of your own gig page. What stops a buyer from choosing a different seller? If a potential buyer is already on your website then close the deal right there.

In my opinion, Fiverr is a great place to get clients who have already decided to hire a freelancer from this platform. I don’t mind giving Fiverr 20% if they help me find a client, but if I do the marketing and find my own clients off-site then personally I don’t need Fiverr’s platform to serve them 🙂

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Well, first I would recommend hiring an actual marketing specialist to build you a proper strategy. None of us here know your business enough to put together a decent action plan and I’m not sure how many would take the time to dive into your business for free 🙂

That being said, we can offer you some nuggets that might be helpful to some extent.

  • If you need Fiverr to process your orders then bring your customer here. Although you might look into AND.CO and other similar sites.
  • If you can process payments and manage your orders through your own site then I don’t really see a reason why you should give Fiverr 20% of your income.
  • Bringing your clients here could easily lead to losing that client to your competitor. For example, Fiverr shows your competitors at the bottom of your own gig page. What stops a buyer from choosing a different seller? If a potential buyer is already on your website then close the deal right there.

In my opinion, Fiverr is a great place to get clients who have already decided to hire a freelancer from this platform. I don’t mind giving Fiverr 20% if they help me find a client, but if I do the marketing and find my own clients off-site then personally I don’t need Fiverr’s platform to serve them 🙂

Great advices! Thank you so much for your feedback. This was exactly what I needed to make a decision. Thank you so much!

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