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I will have to say that my Fiverr experience was not what I expected it to be. A lot of the blame can be put on me because of the bronchitis that I have dealt with since October I have been doing the bare minimum when it comes to promoting the blog and my other endeavors. I did get one lead from Fiverr but that was from a company that wanted to place an ad on the blog not for the services I offered.
Does this mean that I will quit using Fiverr. Absolutely not, that just means that I am going to research the site and then tweak my proposals maybe even coming up with some new ones. I have learned in this experience that it doesn’t hurt to try new things because then you can not only learn from your mistakes but also you gain a knowledge that you can carry with you.
I mean you are never too old to learn new things. Fiverr was a learning experience for me I and I think it will be for you as well. The first thing I should have done with this Fiverr experience is to market it more. But I don’t know if it was my Bronchitis or the fact that I was just being plain lazy I just did not have the time or energy needed to really get the full experience. Promotion I think is the key on Fiverr. And I don’t mean just on Fiverr but promoting all across the web whether it is on the blog or social media. That is one thing that I need to apply not to just this Fiverr experience but throughout all blogging I do. Somehow I don’t think that millionaires make their money just sitting around waiting for it to come to them. Nope they have to promote and actively seek those opportunities. So that is one of my goals in the new year to actively seek more opportunities and to apply for things even if I don’t think I have a snowball’s chance in you know where to get it. What is the worst that can happen they say no right? So tell me have you used Fiverr is so what has your experience been like?