When you’re considering your income goal for Fiverr in 2013…first understand how manageable this really is:
To be a member of the "Fiverr-Figures" club, you need generate $10,000 minimum in revenue.
At $4 a pop, that means 2500 gigs in the year. Breaking that down daily, it's ~7 gigs a day.
Now of course, this is the hard way: However, Fiverr makes it a whole lot easier with Gig Extras.
At the time of writing, a Level 1 Fiverr member has 2 Gig extras up to $20 each. That a $45 order and $36 towards your goal. Likewise, a level 2 Fiverr member has 3 Gig extras up to $40 each. Now this is serious money: Up to $125 for an order and $100 toward your goal. (PS That's only 1 sale like that every 3 days to reach far over $10K).
As you can see, you needn't be a top rated seller to be a part of the club. In fact, some of the biggest earners on Fiverr (6 figure or higher) are only level 2 sellers.
Now that the "math" part is very clear.
Let's talk strategy!
There are three times for you to employ a Fiverr strategy: Before the Order, After the Order Up to Initial Delivery, and After Delivery. (Your strategy also changes as you Level Up; however, for brevity, I am going to assume that you're LEVEL 2 for this strategy. Why? Because even without the Sheep and Level 1 strategy, a good seller will get to level 2 without my help)!
Your Before The Sale Strategy
* Drill Down Your Skill (While Still Casting a Wide Net).
Even though as @MadMoo points out some of her best gig ideas came from her buyers how have asked questions...notice that her BEST gig ideas are still in her wheelhouse. She doesn't have gigs about ..."Formatting HTML pages" or "Getting you likes on Facebook".
While I will not speak for @MadMoo and her reasons, I feel safe to say this is a wise decision because her gig portfolio is an INCH WIDE and a MILE DEEP.
When I think, high quality graphics with food, drink, & even animated whiteboards, I think of @MadMoo.
@MadMoo is making me a customer for life. I will BRING her those ideas I have, because I HOPE she can do them. She's not trying to be "WalMart" (even if her prices are GREAT) she's not trying to be known only as a "Fiverr low priced provider" of EVERYTHING. Her store is NICHE and I get it.
The key benefit here is, when someone ends up on her portfolio, they see "Competence at Visual Arts".
...Controversial Note: While there is some disagreement about multiple Fiverr accounts, so you should always check with your Customer Service Professional about any strategy. If you have two different "skill areas" you want to offer that are very different. (Say, I'll do various gymnastics stunts while talking about your business... and ...I'll help you become a Chess Master on Skype) I would suggest you have two accounts. That way you can go deep in each category, keep your profile as short as possible (for fast loading) -- also note, this means I'm NOT on the side of folks who say "Put up as many gigs as you can"