Do you want to make money writing? Try Fiverr.com. Fiverr is a free website, everything costs $5. While the makers of Fiverr charge a lot of money as a commission (they charge $1 per show), this is a great place to find writing jobs that can make quick money.
Step 1: Create an account
Sign up for Fiverr by linking it to your Facebook account or creating a separate account. Pick a username that makes you sound at least a little professional (oceanwriter looks much better than hotchick304).
Step 2: Make the show
Once you have an account, setting up a show is very easy. Choose “writing” as your category. The format of the title is “I’m willing to fill ___$5”, you just need to fill in the blanks. So choose something like “write a 500-word article” or “write a 1000-word topic”. Then just fill in the description section. State exactly what service you want to provide – if you give a vague description people won’t buy your show. Say how many words you will write for a show, whether you want to write search engine optimized content, etc.
Step 3: Promote your show
There are some great ways to promote your show:
-Put it on your Facebook or Twitter. This will bring some publicity to followers/friends who may be interested in your work.
–As your signature on forums related to writing. This will direct the target customer to your writing service.
–Send messages directly to the people who want the products you offer. This is the best way to sell. In the lower right corner of the writing area, you can see what people want right now. If you find someone who would like to write an article, click on their name to private message them and tell them about your service. Refreshing the page will give you a new list of people and their requests.
Step 4: Earn Money!
When someone orders your performance, turn it in on time. Write high quality works, you will get good reviews, which will lead to more people buying your performance! Happy sale!
Why Freelancers Should “Gig” Micro Job Sites Other Than Fiverr
Basically, a micro job site is a “quick freelance job commission”. Freelancers (sellers) offer many different services and buyers come to shop and buy these services – it’s that simple.
The first and most famous micro-recruitment website was Fiverr, launched in 2010. On this website you offer a service (service) for 5 US dollars, and the buyer only needs to buy it for 5 US dollars. You complete the work and get paid $4 upon completion. This idea is very popular and has been reported in well-known magazines, news programs and websites.
The bad news: There are now tens of thousands of merchants competing on Fiverr, and it’s nearly impossible to grab attention there. Even if you strive to stand out from the crowd, you may be too vague to be noticed by buyers. A painful, almost impossible balancing act.
The good news: Because of the ingenuity of this simple idea, hundreds of micro-job sites have subsequently sprung up, improving on Fiverr’s original idea, offering more variety and options, and better opportunities for freelancers to make money.
In addition to Fiverr, you should use other micro job sites for the following reasons:
Greater flexibility in performance pricing
There are some stores in Los Angeles called $1 Stores, $5 Stores, $10 Stores and even $5/$10/$20 Stores have trash cans, you can choose your price. They are quick and easy. You don’t have to check every price of the product. The same concept applies to micro job sites. You can do the same with your show – choose your website or website/trash bin to get the price you want, add your show and you’re done. Buyers for the price they are willing to pay and… instant bullseye.
Offer sellers better conditions
When you sell your show on Fiverr, you have to wait 14 days (the so-called clearance period) after the order is delivered to receive $4. One dollar goes to Fiverr-20%!
Other micro-recruiting sites offer an alternative to Fiverr’s $1 flat seller fee, which is based on a percentage of sales and is less than 20%. Some people even say that if you register with them and click a button to add a Facebook, Twitter or blog link, as long as the link is valid, you don’t have to pay anything. Other websites that offer a fairly short clearance period and even have instant payment.
So take a look at the different styles of the seller’s terms and conditions and choose the one or more that suits you, similar to a mobile phone plan. As these sites become more creative, they will continue to evolve.
A better chance for sellers to succeed
If you list your achievements on many micro job sites, your chances of getting noticed will increase. Even if your service is offered at a lower price elsewhere, buyers may not find a lower price and get a one-stop service; there are too many performance websites now that buyers can’t buy them all.
But the great thing is that you only have to visit each site once, post the show and you’re done; the focus of these sites is on speed – without the tedious registration jokes you find at large job sites.
Therefore, get rid of the dilemma of staying only on Fiverr. Go to many other micro job sites to earn money!