It’s been a minute and I’m still trying to figure out my groove. Thanks for bearing with me.
But I wanted to break my newsletter silence to share a huge resource that I’ve been chipping away at for the past few months.
It’s also my longest, most in-depth guide to date:
As most of you know, Fiverr doesn’t make up the bulk of my income.
And here’s the good news:
There’s no longer a rule that you have to start gigs at $5.
In fact, my blog writing Gig makes me hundreds of dollars per order.
With the right approach, you can achieve this same success! To be sure, it’s not easy and it takes time.
But if you follow the steps laid out in my mega article for CodeInWP, you can launch a successful Fiverr side hustle.
The reason I won’t push you to make Fiverr your full-time gig is the same reason why I would never tell you to put all your eggs in one social media basket.
You can’t build a business on rented land.
But what I really love about Fiverr is that it essentially takes care of business development. As a result, they take a cut: 20% of every order.
But on Fiverr, I can make sales while I sleep, and to me, it’s worth it.
Sometimes, it’s nice to just focus on the work and not worry so much about all the administration around it. Especially when you’re dealing with tough stuff and can only put forth so much effort before you’re about to burn out.
I’ll be back again soon.
Maddy Osman, The Blogsmith
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