Thursday, June 17, 2010

What Would You Do For $5??

Fiverr sounds like so much fun and I wish I had the time to do this. You simply place an advertisement for whatever product or service you have to offer for $5.00. It can be something simple, perhaps an advertising spot on your blog or website for a week. Maybe you do some sort of small craft or simply send a post card to the person from your city or state. Some people offer to advertise for others using their twitter account, doing a simple graphic design, placing a phone call to someone, the possibilities are endless, as long as they are legal.

From reading through the FAQs, the website does take $1 out of each fiver you make, but this could really add up if you have something to offer that a lot of people may want. You will get paid through paypal and your name will remain anonymous to the person you are selling the product or service to.

With a good imagination, I'm sure someone could make a decent amount of money. Give it a try and tell us what you think of if you are already using it, leave a comment and tell us how it is working for you!



Kimberly said...

Following all four blogs now!
All the best,

Kathleen said...

This is a great post. I have heard about that site and there is also one just like it that is ten bucks.

Following you from MBC.


Veronica Lee said...

Hi! Stopping by from MBC. Great blog.

Have a nice day!

The Blonde Duck said...

Popped in from Lady bloggers. Great idea!

CJ said...

FOllowing from MBC. This sounds interesting! Thanks for the comment and follow.


(PS also love your "Rants")

Mz. Eb. said...

I've heard about Fiverr in the past. I joined but decided not to offer anything. Not only is there an admin charge, but there's apparently a Paypal fee too. You also have to hit a certain level before you get paid: think it's $40 or so.

I'm sure it works for some people, but uh-uh, not for me.

Take care :-)

crazedmama said...

Mz. Eb, there should not be any kind of paypal fee. I get paid via paypal all the time from various places with no fees taken out. Paypal only charges if the money is sent from a debit or credit card. If it comes from a bank account or other paypal account there should be no fees. This is stated right on the paypal website.

Mz. Eb. said...

Hi, again :-)

I just went to Fiverr's site (their Terms of Service page). You get a net share of $4 out of the $5. Then, when you reach the minimum ($40), there's a Paypal charge of approx $1 for making a transfer. So, it looks like payments are made from a debit/credit card.

Take care now...

Mama Karen said...

Found your blog through blog hop. Now following!

psyche said...

this is a very good idea. thanks!

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