I noticed a lot of “How can I do X?”, “How can I improve X?” questions while reading this forum and figured I’d use the opportunity to give some free tips.
It is ok to hire other sellers to do some work for you. It’s business. It’s normal.
What I mean by that is the following:
Say you are offering a gig, but your first language isn’t English. You can understand it well enough to complete orders, but your description/gigs have a lot of typos/bad grammar.
What you can do in this case is to hire someone else who is offering a gig that does exactly that: proofreading. It’s totally ethical and a common business practice.
Consider it a one-time investment in your business.
You want to attract customers? You want to look the part? You can deliver professional work?
Hire someone who can help you achieve that.
Another example would be:
Say you are someone who does professional proofreading work, but you absolutely suck at design and cannot manage to make your gigs look appealing.
What do you do?
You hire someone who will make the desired thumbnails and graphics for you.
I’m not sure if it’s allowed on Fiverr per sé, but I don’t see why it shouldn’t (never hurts to check, though). It’s totally normal and common business practice.
If you suck at something, get someone to do it for you.
I’m not a seller on here, but I do have a YouTube channel where I make ad-revenue and have subscriptions. I’ve also worked in IT and TV entertainment business. It’s just how it’s done.
Hope it helps. Cheers.
There is, of course, the other side of things, where a seller is hiring someone else to then resell their work. That is something entirely different and for a lot of people it’s considered unethical, but that is not what this post is about.