I’ve been paged.
Okay. First off my fiverr gigs are the result of what I have been doing for three years prior to coming here. I was a writer before that full time.
So now the writers that I’ve been with in the community came to me to promote them. I put my links on our forum pages, we talk together, we interact. I don’t drop a link and leave. I don’t post in general forums or on social media that isn’t specific to writers and authors. I’ve honed where I am and these people know me.
So when I say social media, I mean if you do logos you should be in with small business start up groups. Talking with them like a real person and then a few months later, then you can drop a link to your logo business. It’s more apt to work then, after they see you contribute and are part of the community and aren’t just spamming them for cash.
Think of the long game, that you’re building a business. Do not come here and think that it is a get rich quick scheme. Plan for what you want your business to be six months from now and start building relationships that will turn everything into success.
I get more from word of mouth where authors tell other authors about me, and through my forums and facebook groups, than I will ever get through the mysterious search algo here. It’s why you will never hear me complain about fiverr.