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Good ways to invest online and make more money out of fiverr income


#1

I joined fiverr recently and I became a level 1 seller about a week ago. I am not trying to make a living out of this yet, so I was wondering if there were any good, not too risky ways of investing online. I considered Forex, and stock exchange, but they seemed a little risky and might take up a lot of my time. Because I’m still in college I don’t get much free time after doing fiverr gigs. I wanted to do domain flipping and I saw that GoDaddy is a good website to start it. So what are your ideas? Are there any of you out there doing good through investment?

Oh, I am not talking about big bucks, I’m just starting out and don’t have a large budget. A small, not so risky one to start this up would be wonderful. Any ideas?



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#2

Hi

Ya you are correct while doing college work it is hard to do so many orders. Forex is a good way as I know but risk is really high. Do practice with virtual money and when you are confident enough you can invest your money. I did stock exchange and never get profit so I am learning forex currently. If you have enough time to run a website and good knowledge about SEO niche bloging and affiliate marketing will suite for you


#3

Reply to @zimron89: Yes, that should work. What sites, software do you normally use for Forex? To practice it, and to start off with it…

Affiliate marketing is a whole new topic for me, so I have to think twice. What about domain name flipping, have you got any idea, or experience on that?


#4

Hi,

I’m heavily involved in SEO at the moment, and I can say that it’s a great investment. The thing is, most people see it as a get-rick-quick scheme, but it’s really not. It’s about time, patience, quality content, and yes, some slight tweaking here and there :smiley:

Ultimately though, find some untapped niches and within 2-3 months you should be ranking for some long-tail keywords.


#5

Reply to @stevoid: Could you tell me a little more about it? A good way to start, any suggestions? You know, it’s always better to ask someone who already know it than searching the web with no clue at all.