Make Easy Money With Fiverr

Trying to make money online? I know for a fact that there are a lot of people that are looking for something easy like that. How do I know that? I am in the same boat. I would love something easy to do, that doesn’t take much time but can make you more than .000326 cents a click. This is legitimate money that you can be making here. A very cool website that I found a while ago is called Fiverr.

What exactly is Fiverr? Fiverr’s website does not have an “About Us” section or anything like that but they logo at the top of the homepage explains it simply enough.

There are two aspects to this website from a user stand point. The buyer and the seller.

They buyer side is very easy. You search for and select the service that you want performed for $5, pay for it, and wait for it to be done. It’s that easy.

The seller side allows you to post something you will do for anyone else to buy for $5. This can be anything from proof-reading someone’s homework to drawing a picture of them. You post it on Fiverr and wait for someone to order it.

One of the catches of this service is that Fiverr takes one dollar off of each transaction. That means, for every $5 service you provide, you only get $4. So make your services accordingly. Another con is that you have to have made $40 before you can withdraw your money. But then again, almost any service like this has a minimum withdraw amount, so this is nothing new.

All in all, it’s something you should check out. If you aren’t using it to make money, you can at least try it out for getting something you need done for really cheap.

If you want to check out any of my gigs, you can click this link and see them.

For more tips and tricks like this one, check out InflectoVita.com.

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5 Responses to Make Easy Money With Fiverr

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  2. Emmy Ude says:

    magicgig.com is another great site which does a great job showing the country and city the gigs are coming from. I like this feature

    • Brad Merrill says:

      looks a lot like a fiverr clone to me.

  3. Brad Merrill says:

    UPDATE: Fiverr has removed the $40 withdraw limit.

  4. Pingback: Is Fiverr.com Really Worth The Time? « United Tech Guys

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