Reply to @mariamdesigns: Wow. You are probably the most rude potential seller I have met yet on the forums and that is saying something. So much for your temporary apologies I tried to compliment you on. I am “minding my way of talking” about your “own pic” as you can see if yourself if you know how to look it up in a reverse image search. Maybe you are also the same person using this image on another Fiverr account, since your supposed picture appears there as well. I wonder if that Level 2 seller under logo design knows she has a twin? You are right, only a fool… Good bye Dumpling.
now you really should also mind your way of talking its my own pic and yes i make logos by mixing up other images because only a fool will reinvent the wheel well bye bye dear
Of course. I spend quite a bit of time on Fiverr, but I’d consider that to be a bad month really.
Many sellers earn a lot more than $500. It takes a while to get going, but if you provide quality work, eventually your feedback score will rise, and you’ll get more orders. Gig extras and repeat buyers really help.
Absolutely! Communicate well and quickly with buyers, do excellent work (which it looks like you do), and deliver on time or even sooner, preferably. And good luck! I hope you have much success.
@mariamdesigns Yes, $500 per month is very doable here. What you need to do to get the ball rolling is go to buyers requests every day. Submit all 10 to gigs that fit you every day for a couple of weeks. You should pull down some repeat customers. Then rack up your individual orders until you level up, hopefully with a good rating. Then, you start getting listed in the category front pages such as recommended and high rated. This is where your average buyer “shops” so you visibility brings you easy business. I make about $900 a month now, but that is after being on here a year and figuring it out! Good luck to you.
As others said above, it is very much doable. I’ll just add that each member is different. Some start making good income immediately (but rarely) while others it may take a little time. Don’t be afraid to experiment a little. The first few gigs I started made some money but not a lot. Eventually I found something that worked and now the income is good and steady.
I wish you luck.
Today is officially my first month on Fiverr and I have already earned $380. I imagine making $500 a month is entirely doable as long as you keep promoting your Gigs and submit to buyer requests. [=
Reply to @maddisont: That’s a great first month! I made about $200 my first month and then it kept doubling from there for a few months. Now, after 5 months, I’m at a nice level and it’s just where I want to be.
Reply to @mariamdesigns,
please use these methods to get more orders on fiverr.
- change your gig image to eye catching gig images.
- create clean and attractive gig description. add benefits to it buyers can get for $5.
- use social media to sharing your service. you can get more customers using social medias.
- reply buyers message to quickly.
- do not think about price in order. only mind give great service and get a good 5 star review.
- with your gig delivery, ask from you buyer to give five star strong review for your.
Fiverr is the best place of every freelancers. you can earn more than $500 dollars. but give a worth service for price. I wish you all the best and long journey in fiverr.
Reply to @writerlisaz: I was surprised I managed to do that well too, but I’m hoping I will reach a point where I have a good amount of income. [=
I think the first key is knowing that it is possible. I had a goal of $500. It took me about 4 months to make $500 in one month. I then realized that $1500 and $2500 was possible. Over the last 12 months, I have had many months between $1500 and $2500. Hope it encourages you. Design your gigs in a way that focuses on the hourly rate that will help you get to your goal.
Yes my many friends earning 1000 in part time. i wanna join that club.
i hardly got one order since i joined fiver
Definitely an achievable goal, but don’t stop there! My best month so far was $3200 in November 2014, currently average between $2200-$2500 and that rises every month/year. Be persistent and anything is possible, there are people making 6 figure incomes here on Fiverr so don’t sell yourself short and set your goals high!
Is there any one who share his or her work burden with me ?
Reply to @mariamdesigns: Just keep working hard to get buyers, and to deliver excellent service, and you will make money.