Isn’t running a studio on Fiverr is similar to having your own digital agency? If i had the opportunity, i would certainly love to give it a shot. I at least think it might be similar to how my experience went with running my own web design agency. It did take a lot of effort, but it was totally worth it at the end.
The thing is, running an agency or creating a studio on Fiverr might not fit everyone. It’s so much hassle to go through as you just pointed out. But for someone like me who’s so obsessed with being 24/7 busy with work stuff and dealing with all the hassle a business has to offer, i find running a business so interesting. It’s certainly difficult, and that’s why not everyone is doing it. But if you find interest in something like this, just go for it.
You know, since i work in the web design field, i would like to share this with you.
Most of my clients whom i have worked with in the past 3 years either as a freelancer or through my agency, none of them had a professional social media presence. I don’t really want to write a percentage since it might be incorrect, but we could say from 80 to 87%. And by a professional social media presence, i simply mean having a Facebook page for example with a good cover & picture designed, written content, which is actually meaningful, and the page is up to date.
So perhaps if i had the opportunity to have a studio, i might be thinking about something like this:
- A full website creation service
- Social media page setup.
- Logo design.
- Graphic design service (Illustrations, icons and all that stuff a site might need.)
- Website content writing.
And i think this might be a perfect bundle to consider. The services i have just mentioned above is what i believe a customer will need when ordering a website creation service. Since most of them lack some of the mentioned points, having all these services in a bundle would be such a useful thing to offer.
So all in all, i would say go for it freaky! It might turn out smoothly and you’ll have a lucrative business, or it might be a fail (which we all hope not) but at least you’ll get to experience the whole studio thing!