If you are reading this article, then you most probably are thinking of setting up a gig on Fiverr. But what is Fiverr and how does it work? More importantly you are probably wondering how to make money on Fiverr?

At first glance Fiverr is simple; it’s exactly what it says on the box, a place where people can offer to do something for $5. You can pretty much offer to do anything, from singing happy birthday in a different language to offering services such as writing content for sites.

Of course the down side is that for each gig you create all you get is a Fiverr and this is where most people go wrong. Fiverr has a lot more dept than it appears at first. The reason why most people fail to make money on Fiverr is because they do not utilise its potential fully.

If all you do is create a gig and sit there waiting, chances are your gig is likely to fall below the first 2 pages of offers. This means no one will see your gig. Like most methods on line, you need to market your gig to give it the utmost visibility. And there are many ways to do this, you need to be smart and drive as much traffic as possible to your gig. This is the only way to truly utilise Fiverr’s potential and make money.

Another thing most people forget when wondering how to make money on Fiverr is that it’s also a great place to show case what you do- meaning it can work as a place to build a client list. Depending on your service, you may be able to come across a client, who will love what you do and keep coming back for more!

The more people go for your gig and leave positive feedback, the easier it will be to make your gig “featured” meaning your gig will stay on the top of the first page where it can wait for more folks offering you $5. This combined with lots of traffic, is a guarantee to success!

Like mentioned earlier, if you really want to learn how to make money on Fiverr, then it is worth finding out the best tools to market your gig. It really can make you lots of cash, provided you know what you are doing.

Source by Martin Junior