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  1. Fiverr is possibly the most discussed marketplace on the internet today. The website lets a seller anything at $5. For thousands of sellers, this website makes their bread and butter. However, according to the top sellers, the website is more about selling the services, not products. That means you have to work actively to make some money on Fiverr. But some creative sellers have converted this high-traffic website into their own passive income generators. Here you will discover some innovative ideas on how you can use Fiverr to make a decent passive income online. Some Innovative Gig Ideas: A Guide On Different Ways To Make Passive Income From Fiverr Each product sold on Fiverr is known as Gig. Usually, this says something like this, I will do this (anything here) for you at $5. This line clearly denotes that you will have to do something for getting the gig sold. However, you can also tweak the concept in your own way to earn some passive cash out of the Fiverr account. Let's explore some ideas: 1. Create A Simple Script If you're a programmer, it'd be a nice idea to create a small, simple script to be used on websites. Being the owner, you can sell the script as many times as you want. You will be able to make a decent income from a single script if it's a high-quality, most wanted item. Take some time, research, and create something that will help you get quick sales. 2. Sell Some Audio/Voice Over If you have a clear, presentable voice, it will be easy for you to create audio for businesses. You can use your voice and sell the audio files over and over. You can also create some musical stuff and sell them to your clients. You can use your referrals and drive them to Fiverr and make decent passive income without selling your high-quality audio file with copyrights. 3. Sell Useful Lists Lists sell like hotcakes online. Especially if you know how to create useful lists for internet marketing, you will be able to generate a lot of sales. Make some research and find out what's being sold around and create useful lists targeting those customers in the IM. Make some lists and offer them as Gigs on Fiverr. If you get good exposure, you will be able to make a decent passive income. 4. Sell Graphics If are a design, you can think about selling vector graphics on Fiverr. These graphics are high in demand these days as web developers invariably buy these kinds of stuff online at cheap rates. Make sure to create high-quality, flexible, use vector graphics for your website and you will be making a lot of money from Fiverr, all autopilot! There are thousands of ideas you might want to try with. Play around, make some research, and think about your own ideas. Once you get to know what works fine, you will be able to make a lot of money from Fiverr itself. Thank you afra_dm
  2. Hello i'm a new seller here on fiverr. Do any more experiences sellers have some advice for beginning seller. Advance Thanks.
  3. I have sent many buyer requests in the last few days but got no work.
  4. it’s never recommended to leave your job for freelancing as its name suggests that it’s a freelance thing means no permanent solution and I have read many unsuccessful stories as well as freelancing is really very competitive , people go in depression when they lose their gig positions and they can’t get their kitchen money, To be honest your talent is highly appreciated but that is not a major reason for success , in freelancing it’s your luck as well(your life issues, any one can face any mishap at any time, like death of some close family member etc.) , as right now this year on fiverr i am nowhere in search , after three years of hard work ,giving my days and nights , no holidays as you can’t afford that due to the fear that your gig will lose its position , so after all that maintaining 4.946% of ratings all time , what i have right now is nothing for new orders on fiverr but yes returning clients do come but they are less in this field , like software or web development which are mostly returning clients. My advice is do not leave your job in the beginning , burn some extra midnight oil (off duty hours) , sacrifice your sleep which you have to do(in the beginning) in any case even if you start freelancing 24/7(leaving your job) , so sacrifice your sleep by reducing it and work on freelancing, Whatever you earn from it think of it as a bonus for you , without having any worries of kitchen money. SO WHEN SHOULD I LEAVE MY JOB? First save money , do not change your lifestyle with the money you earn from freelancing , by life style i mean complete lifestyle , yes you should must buy tools which will help you improve your freelance skills , buy courses , buy software etc. . but do not change your lifestyle in the beginning as you may not know what happens tomorrow and 3-4 clients cancel your order and give poor ratings which may lead you to the end of search pages . Save money , invest it in safe places ,start getting returns from those investments, when you think you have earned and saved enough money that you can sustain your kitchen without job , gained enough experience as well to create your own business or multiple services in freelance category then yes NOW YOU SHOULD QUIT YOUR JOB AS THAT IS WASTING YOUR VERY VERY EXPENSIVE TIME. YES TIME IS MONEY. Start your own business now , grow , grow and just keep growing , as now you know the tips and tricks , you have enough experience in your field , you know how to get things done , you know how to outsource to clone yourself , this all takes time and experience to learn. Can i start my own business along with freelancing and my job ? Yes you can but its difficult if you are good in freelancing and getting multiple orders daily , then you will be busy in your job as well as in making orders earning money , it will be very difficult to find time to invest in your own business , and i will recommend instead of putting limit on your orders do more work and earn more , increase your prices with your experience and quality of work , then use that money to buy others time to build your business , like hiring social media marketing agency to take care of your social media accounts , hiring more employers to work for you under some good manager etc. There are unlimited possibilities , do what suites you best .
  5. I'm a Bangladeshi citizen by birth. And i'm proud of my country. I'm a professional freelancer. At the beginning of my job, I've realized that there are many buyers ignore a seller just for being new or Bangladeshi. I would like to draw your kind attention to fact that there is about 27% of the totall freelancers are Bangladeshi. Statistics proves that we're in the 8th position around the world. So, there is no scope of avoiding Bangladeshi freelancers. Because most of them are industrious, skillful, sincere and creative to their job. so, I assure you all that you don't have to feel any hasitation at the time of hiring a Bangladeshi freelancers to perform your job. Even If he/she is a new seller, then you can hire him/her. Because there has an experienced guider behind a new Bangladeshi freelancer. And this guider assists in their every step. Thank you.
  6. Hello guys , I'm William and i'm a new freelancer !) I hope you have a nice day !)) 🙂 thanks for watching my text .
  7. At first I thought I was not good enough to make this work. It took forever just to get Fiverr to approve my gig. Then another 2 weeks wondering why I got no impressions. Then after asking for another review Fiverr finally approved my gig and started showing it in the search results. A week later I got my first order. Believe me I was surprised it wasn't cancelled. I was even mre surprised when my work was accepted by the client. And am happy the order completed on time. Whew, that was close 😂 Tim
  8. Completed first work successfully .Thanks for every ones support. Thank you!
  9. it’s never recommended to leave your job for freelancing as its name suggests that it’s a freelance thing means no permanent solution and I have read many unsuccessful stories as well as freelancing is really very competitive , people go in depression when they lose their gig positions and they can’t get their kitchen money, To be honest your talent is highly appreciated but that is not a major reason for success , in freelancing it’s your luck as well(your life issues, any one can face any mishap at any time, like death of some close family member etc.) , as right now this year on fiverr i am nowhere in search , after three years of hard work ,giving my days and nights , no holidays as you can’t afford that due to the fear that your gig will lose its position , so after all that maintaining 4.946% of ratings all time , what i have right now is nothing for new orders on fiverr but yes returning clients do come but they are less in this field , like software or web development which are mostly returning clients. My advice is do not leave your job in the beginning , burn some extra midnight oil (off duty hours) , sacrifice your sleep which you have to do(in the beginning) in any case even if you start freelancing 24/7(leaving your job) , so sacrifice your sleep by reducing it and work on freelancing, Whatever you earn from it think of it as a bonus for you , without having any worries of kitchen money. SO WHEN SHOULD I LEAVE MY JOB? First save money , do not change your lifestyle with the money you earn from freelancing , by life style i mean complete lifestyle , yes you should must buy tools which will help you improve your freelance skills , buy courses , buy software etc. . but do not change your lifestyle in the beginning as you may not know what happens tomorrow and 3-4 clients cancel your order and give poor ratings which may lead you to the end of search pages . Save money , invest it in safe places ,start getting returns from those investments, when you think you have earned and saved enough money that you can sustain your kitchen without job , gained enough experience as well to create your own business or multiple services in freelance category then yes NOW YOU SHOULD QUIT YOUR JOB AS THAT IS WASTING YOUR VERY VERY EXPENSIVE TIME. YES TIME IS MONEY. Start your own business now , grow , grow and just keep growing , as now you know the tips and tricks , you have enough experience in your field , you know how to get things done , you know how to outsource to clone yourself , this all takes time and experience to learn. Can i start my own business along with freelancing and my job ? Yes you can but its difficult if you are good in freelancing and getting multiple orders daily , then you will be busy in your job as well as in making orders earning money , it will be very difficult to find time to invest in your own business , and i will recommend instead of putting limit on your orders do more work and earn more , increase your prices with your experience and quality of work , then use that money to buy others time to build your business , like hiring social media marketing agency to take care of your social media accounts , hiring more employers to work for you under some good manager etc. There are unlimited possibilities , do what suites you best .
  10. What was your first experience of ordering work for you ? 🙂
  11. what's about others? I did not get any project last two month? I have worked in the web design field. Am I here alone or you with me?
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