Fiverr has already reported millions of dollars in income since its initial launch. The website has become a hot spot for quick gigs that service providers can offer in order to make a fast four dollars. The way that the system works, when you start a gig through Fiverr and you get an order, Fiverr gets one dollar for every sale and you get four. In total, it costs the buyer five dollars to purchase your gig. As you can imagine, this has provided Fiverr with an endless income stream where they make a dollar off every transaction that is done on their website. However, it has also become a real gold mine for the sellers on the website. There are literally millions of gigs being offered on the website and there is everything from videos, physical products, commercials, SEO gigs, link building gigs and a whole lot more. It’s very clear that SEO and link building have become popular gigs on the site and they are undoubtedly the biggest sellers.
So this presents the question, can you trust the sellers on Fiverr to do quality SEO and link building gigs for you? When they are only getting four dollars for the services that they provide, you have to imagine that a good majority of them are probably trying to cut corners and do it they can to save money and get the gig done quicker. If it took the seller approximately 30 min. to complete one gig, this would equate to a measly eight dollar an hour wage. Therefore, you can conclude that the sellers are probably trying to complete these gigs as fast as possible. So what does this mean to your SEO campaign and the link building that you provide to your clients? Can you outsource to Fiverr reliably and save a lot of money on the services you provide?
I’ve been a member of Fiverr for several months now and I’ve been ordering a lot of gigs to test out the different service providers that are on the website. I’ve used several hundred different SEO and link building providers on Fiverr and a good majority of these orders have been successful and completed to my satisfaction. This does not mean by any means that all of the gigs offered by sellers on fiverr are high-quality. For every order that I made I did a good amount of scouting, reading reviews and talking with the sellers through conversations to ensure that they were exactly what I was looking for. In the end, by taking more time to evaluate the sellers and do some research into what they’re providing, I was able to save a lot of money on my link building and SEO and I concluded that it’s a pretty reliable place.
Author Bio :
A freelance writer and editor, Charles Dodgson works for WLM SEM Services Company offering quality link building services and Internet marketing solutions to precisely better search engine rankings for businesses and startups.