You’ve probably heard me rave about Fiverr.com before and that’s for a good reason. That site is an amazing resource for Internet marketers like you and I. Not only to hire people to get work done but a cool place to make a few easy bucks doing small jobs for others. A great lead generator more than anything though.
You just need a few services to offer and post on Fiverr that you can do relatively easily and quickly. A lot of people write articles or make a video which is a pretty decent gig.. LOTS of demand for it but there are starting to get too many of these gigs around.
Today I want to share a cool little gig and Fiverr strategy that literally anyone can do. It’s quick, doesn’t require any skill or expensive software. Plus there is decent enough demand for it that you’ll have a steady flow o gigs coming in.
Here’s the plan:
You start a graphics design business on Fiverr.com. You set up a range of gigs which offer different kinds of custom graphics for internet marketers.
Now you might be saying.. “I don’t have Photoshop, nor do I have a designers bone in my body!”
This is where the beauty of internet technology comes in. You don’t need to be a designer or have any design software installed on your PC.
The tool you can use to create these graphics can be found at www.SalesLetterPimp.com where there is a suite of point-and-click sales letter graphics creators.
In total there are about 7 graphics tools and a few bonus tools which let you create squeeze pages… again, all point and click.
You can create & sell:
…your membership there lets you create – Graphical headlines for standard sales letters and OTO sales letters, headers (for blogs and minisites), guarantee certificates, ‘belcher’ buttons for order buttons, call to action buttons for optin forms and some others etc.
So here are the steps to make this Fiverr cash plan work:
- Get your account at SalesLetterPimp.com(under $10)
- Sign up at Fiverr.com (it’s free)
- Create multiple fiverr gigs for each kind of custom graphic you can make
That’s it! Then wait for the order to start coming in.
The traffic flowing through fiverr should be enough to land you gigs often. Fiverr is free to sign up with and get just 2 gigs and your account with SalesLetterPimp.com is paid for.
An example gig would go like this…
“I will turn your boring text headline into a stunning graphical headline for $5”
Then, all you have to do when someone buys your gig is log in to your Salesletterpimp.com account, go to the page where the ‘headline creator’ tool is and copy and paste their headline copy in (which they supply or you can offer to write for another Fiver ;).
When it looks good, hit the big green ‘Save’ button. The online tool will create the image for you, which you then save and send off to your customer.
Here’s an example headline that took me literally 1 minute..
The whole job (from getting the job description in fiverr to delivering it to the customer) will take you about 5 minutes. Creating the graphics themselves will actually be the fastest thing!
Post similar gigs for all types of graphics that you can create…. the more gigs out there, the more chance for getting orders.
Would You Sneeze At Earning $50/hr?
Get 10 of these gigs a day and you’re earning $40 (coz Fiverr takes $1 for every sale you make)… the total time it will take you is less than an hour. Where else can you get a job this simple that pays you $40 per hour?
Just to be totally transparent, here’s a little disclaimer: I have personally used this exact method and got results but I cannot guarantee you will get the same results or make any money at all by doing this.
But I think you can see the potential for earning some dead-easy cash here.
So there you go.. any dummy can follow this simple plan and potentially see some decent pocket money coming in.
I’ll leave it at that for now but if you use a bit of creativity with this system too and you could get this really cranking in the $5ers. (hint: create a few ready-made graphic packs and sell them as instant downloads 😉
To your success,
p.s. Do you think this could work for you? If you have any questions about it or comments, feel free to contact me or leave them in in the comments box.