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Can anyone point out some of the better “promotion” & “traffic provider” gigs on fiverr. Ones that reach actual people?

There are plenty of “get 10,000 likes, 1000 subs gigs etc which are great for illusionary purposes but are there any gigs on here that can promise to reach real people which would of course leave signs such as, people commenting, engaging, purchasing – when the gig was done.



Feel free to post if you offer such a service yourself.

Cheers!

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Reply to @vedmak: Few exceptions go for people who are doing shoutouts to real followers, but you got to check if the followers are “really real” and not fake accounts. And if they don’t have a really high numbers of followers (100k+) your shoutout will pass by almost not even noticed.



Well I’m actually building this on some networks, dunno though if I will make a Gig about it.

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Reply to @vedmak: well about twitter you are totaly right but you should look at Instagram. There is a totaly different scenario. There is a fiverr user killerciao , he used to provide 24hrs shoutouts for 5$ … I will say just that with that Gig he made more than 600transactions during the last year. Well he started when he had 40k and Instagram was a newborn… Then in the late period he had 140k. The followers were real… But anyway to gain them he used a bot in order to increase traffic to his profile… And the word abusation is totaly right. Maybe just few pauses of that bot would have saved him from getting banned from Instagram.

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Reply to @vedmak: since it’s all about pics, nobody really cares about shoutouts pic. And well… It may seem strange but if the pics are delivered by good instagrammers that would even make more people like your account.



Well… I would say that it’s mostly about luck.

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I’m an arachnid author…let me lure you to my web.



http://fiverr.com/russt77/publish-original-blog-posts-with-anchor-text



I confess that I write with a primary focus on how spiders will read my work but the readability to humans becomes critical too when a searcher has clicked so I strive for both. I do each article or blog post one at a time and from scratch each time because arachnids love to sample exclusive and unique blood. I get articles onto EzineArticles for extra SEO punch and for targeted customers from there.

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This particular seller, http://fiverr.com/mattrappaport, use to have a gig where he would post something to his Google + followers, which was great. People where actually engaging in conversations about my service. Though the feedback from his followers weren’t all good, it was still nice to get a real conversation going. I see he took the gig down, and I can understand why (from the same reasons vedmak mentioned above I presume).

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I would love to explain to you how SEO and social traction is ACTUALLY generated and what Google is demanding now from a “whitehat” SEO perspective. Actually have a gig just for this purpose. Shoot me a message if you have questions after watching the video I have on my gig to explain the purpose.

http://fiverr.com/firephasers/explain-seo-post-panda-and-penguin

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I offer a totally different way of website/blog promotion. If you are tired of wasting your money on what does not work, then you are welcome to get what works. I must however add that you should never put up crap and expect people to magically get attracted or buy from you. SEO can get you visitors/traffic but only our content can keep those visitors and convert them to buyers.

Regards,

bamasite.

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Well I haven’t got 10.000 followers on any network, I always wondered how one can get that many. I 've got in average 150 followers/year on each social network I’m on - and I guess they must be real since I didn’t bought them in any way.

Feel free to try my social media related gig and see if any of my folowers will convert.

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Thanks to all for taking the time to respond, apart from “everlight” who appeared to just copy & paste what “firephasers” said for some reason, give or take a couple of words so it makes less sense. Weird.



Some of the shoutout gigs are a little concerning. I mean how difficult would it be to build a facebook/twitter page up using automated services and then offer a “shoutout gig”. Pretty easy by the looks of it.



I wish Fiverr had a system where people who wanted to offer shoutouts could refuse to accept any job/payment they deemed irrelevant to their facebook/twitter etc, or perhaps a product that didn’t meet their expectation of quality. Sellers don’t appear to be able to refuse without some sort of potential penalisation at the moment, unless I’m mistaken?

It’d be better if they had the choice to pick & choose who or what they’d like to support, get a stream of stuff handed to them that would be of interest to their followers and get paid to boot. A selection process, less money but more integrity and longevity.



As it stands, as vedmak points out, the pages get flooded with posts of varying quality which drives followers away, if they were authentic to begin with. 😉 Any “popular” facebook worth their salt will have a healthy amount of follower engagement on most their posts.

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Reply to @vedmak:

You’re right thought that that kind of exposure doesn’t come cheap. My going rate in my real job for clients is $75/hour for this kind of work. It’s a nice system that’s gotten my clients coverage on CNN, Yahoo, MSNBC, Fox, HuffPost, etc., etc.



Think bigger than facebook likes, tweets, and all that. You need to give people a compelling reason to share your product or service on their own volition.



The main thing that gets eyeballs and moves traffic online is CONTROVERSY.



Controversy is King when it comes to online marketing. Go take a look at the headlines on CNN, Gawker, HuffPo and others. All of them are trying to polarize or scandalize you. Basically, you have to figure out how to attach your company to a contoversy then make sure the media finds out about it.



Here’s an example sports fans might be familiar with:



http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfl--ray-lewis--alleged-deer-antler-spray-salesman-comes-to-new-orleans-and-a-circus-broke-out-231411229.html



Not a fan of his deceptive tactics but you can’t argue with the results.



I have a gig where I show you step-by-step how to create your own viral marketing campaign:







To execute it will take a degree of creativity plus investment of time and some money. It’s not super easy, but media manipulation is a lot of fun. 🙂


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She’s simply excellent.

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I see a lot of great comments on the question that was asked. In life you get what you pay for…well you do if you do your due diligence. No one can guarantee someone else will do what you want them to do for $5. It will always boil down to buyer beware. Honesty, credibility and value is what makes people engage, comment or buy into an offer…not cheap shot shout outs.

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Agree with leonco,

I sell information in one of my gigs to teach people how to buy the traffic others are selling. It’s pathetic that I have to sell information to help people not get cheated just to prove to them that I am a real seller and not some scammer kid from who knows where.



Here’s a free tip: If you buy Facebook traffic and most of them are fake then Facebook can detect that and you will start seeing less and less of your posts make it to your real friends feeds. You do know that Facebook tells us they have about 50 million fake users right? That’s not poppycock, that’s a fact coming straight from Facebook themselves… 50 million fake users and yes I am one of them but I use my fake account for research purposes, not to scam people or cheat the system but I digress.



Don’t buy my gig because I posted this, learning how to buy traffic will save you money, but it’s still a mostly useless strategy. Maybe worth a fiverr to you because you want to understand how things work as I do, but I don’t use these methods myself for obvious reasons.



I recommend you try to get real traffic using SEO and posting original content, that’s all you really need to do, but keep doing it over and over again and then once more.



Hope this helps,



Stefan

aka MrBargain

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Agree with leonco,

I sell information in one of my gigs to teach people how to buy the traffic others are selling. It’s pathetic that I have to sell information to help people not get cheated just to prove to them that I am a real seller and not some scammer kid from who knows where.



Here’s a free tip: If you buy Facebook traffic and most of them are fake then Facebook can detect that and you will start seeing less and less of your posts make it to your real friends feeds. You do know that Facebook tells us they have about 50 million fake users right? That’s not poppycock, that’s a fact coming straight from Facebook themselves… 50 million fake users and yes I am one of them but I use my fake account for research purposes, not to scam people or cheat the system but I digress.



Don’t buy my gig because I posted this, learning how to buy traffic will save you money, but it’s still a mostly useless strategy. Maybe worth a fiverr to you because you want to understand how things work as I do, but I don’t use these methods myself for obvious reasons.



I recommend you try to get real traffic using SEO and posting original content, that’s all you really need to do, but keep doing it over and over again and then once more.



Hope this helps,



Stefan

aka MrBargain

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I have gigs that will bring you real traffic but they do take time. If you have time you will find the results. I have a facebook likes service where I do actually promote to a large social media group and get back only 50 likes per order .people feel it very less when others offering 1000’s for the same $5 .but what actually I’m doing is getting your page a real exposure to real people and its not 50 likes that you will get but after a week or so the actual traffic to your page increases and you can see it in analytics of page but the one who does look for real service does find the difference and they do comeback and appreciate my efforts, but many by that time move on buying more fake likes and get lost in their way to find real traffic 🙂 . but who left -ve and forgot .I don’t worry because I have offered them the good service for $5 and they dint understand the real value .u can check my facebook , twitter, pinterest .manual bookmarking, rss etc gigs which will definitely get you real traffic but in long run and does take time. don’t expect some immediate results 🙂

http://www.fiverr.com/twitter_dude

I just want to say that a good service don’t have to be costly and large numbers does not mean its going to be a great service but even small number of likes with good quality work also do wonders . Just sharing my experience 🙂

Thanks

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you are still going to buy facebook likes/twitter followers and ect…ill tell you the secret for $5.get your first 50fb likes and then pay.for 5o likes you have to spend only 15min. you can get unlimited amount according to your effect.just order now save your money

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OK.

First.

We all know @vedmak is against the FB likes thing and such, and just doesn’t buy any of it. Well. Great! To each his own. But some of the information posted in this topic is wrong. Completely.



First, Twitter. I don’t know much about Twitter and don’t deal in it. But I, myself have 70,000 followers. Real ones… It’s not hard. Just a few years of work. That’s all.



I also “Spam” up my Twitter feed all the time with posts and links. And my followers increase.



Of course, I run a decently trafficked website dealing in independent film and such. So that could account for my ability to spam up my feed. All the people following me are in the industry and all of them spam eachothers feeds and try to help eachother out.



Anyhow. Onto what I do know.



Facebook.



First. Let’s clarify.

YES. You can buy Likes.

and… NO. You can’t buy a real fan. You can’t pay someone to like something. They either like it or they don’t.



But not every provider of likes uses software or Bots. I don’t.



And I can put my money where my mouth is. LOL



I literally have 1000’s of sales and not one negative review. (Knock On Wood) And by that I mean you can find gigs with a great number of ‘Thumbs Ups’ but if you read the review you’ll see things like: “Likes vanished but seller re-added”.



OK. That’s a red flag right there. But anyhow. I have no negative anything. Thumbs or reviews. And the sheer volume of orders to back it up. Why? Because I do it right.



I also offer a interaction gig which does just that. People interact with your Facebook page. Humans. It has to be humans otherwise you’d get random comments and dumb stuff.



My point?



There ARE some real providers out there. Well, I know of one other person. LOL.



Ya, I’m plugging my own service but why not? I do it right. The first time. No re-adds. No stupidity. Just what I write on my gig. Real likes, real interactions by real people.



The drawback? I can only provide 1 gig per page/button. Why? Because I don’t use Bots and I have to be able to compensate my network for liking.



Which brings back my original points…



You can’t BUY a REAL Like. Sure, you can get “Real People” to like your page, but they are NOT going to be a real fan. They just like and move on to the next one.



DO NOT BUY THESE GIGS IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR SOME CONVERSION OR ACTIVITY!

(Like I said, even if they are real people they are there to be compensated, not because they like your brand or product or want to chat)



The good though, aside from the small boost in likes? Because I don’t use ‘Bots’, pages my network likes show up on their friends newsfeeds. And, I have seen from time to time a person get a ‘Real Fan’ from someone in my network. It just doesn’t happen that often.



So. It’s true. A lot of what is posted in this thread. But not 100% true.



You want to know straight what’s going on?



Don’t just look at a gigs thumbs up rank. Read the comments.



My personal favorite?



Reading a negative comment on a gig. The reading the seller respond saying that "This person just wants me to loose my reputation… or something for free… or… whatever."



That works and all, but when you see like 30-40 negatives all saying the same thing… If it looks like a duck…


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