Question:

How to make money on fiverr without skills?

10 October, 2021 Wayne Michaud 6

Answers (6):

  • AUTHOR: GEORGIANNA BLOCK
    16 October, 2021

    You're not making any money on Fiverr without skills. If you're only spending $5 per gig, it can be easy to get away with sub par work, but if the gigs are genuine and require true skill sets, you'll need to put more than $5 towards each gig in order to make a profit off of this website. However, there are some opportunities for 'easy' cash on Fiverr that you might want to try out. Selling low cost phone accessories is possible because mailing charges are negligible - therefore living near an international postal sorting facility could be very lucrative indeed. You need to be creative! Imagine what sorts of items your local post office receives or ships?

  • AUTHOR: BECKI WIERS
    16 October, 2021

    There is no easy way. You have to work hard for this. Results from a survey of 2,000 people on Mechanical Turk and 10 freelancers working on Fiverr found that there was "no relation between how good the job is and the number of offers". It is not possible to make any worthwhile money on this site without having at least some talent or skills. Working as a content writer will probably allow you to earn more than $10 an hour as you can set your own hourly rate for each project, or post an 'online job' looking for articles with instructions such as those written by our professional team at freelancewritingjobs247.com which we sell around $120 apiece per article!

  • AUTHOR: ETHAN CULTON
    16 October, 2021

    Questions on Fiverr about money scams and how to make money on Fiverr without skills usually come from new sellers who don't understand the marketplace and think services like SEO or web design can be achieved by paying people $5 to do them. That type of work requires more than the average bandwidth and is not typical for this marketplace. A more common question of this nature would be, "If I am good at something that takes a few hours such as JavaScript or programming, how am I going to make money on fiverr?" The typical answer is that it will take some time for you to build up reputation and your portfolio before these skills will garner much more demand for you.

  • AUTHOR: THOMAS LUPO
    16 October, 2021

    Sell things on Amazon. Amazon FBA might be the fastest way for you to start making money without any skills or capital. With Amazon FBA, you can list products on Amazon that are fulfilled by Amazon's warehouses and let Amazon do the shipping, customer service, returns, advertising, etc.;. Amazon takes care of everything - all you have to do is promote your product just once via some ads on Facebook or Twitter! It only costs $27 per month if your monthly sales are over $3K. You can make a lot more than this with it too. I've seen people who spend less than 20 minutes a day running their business make more than six figures each year..

  • AUTHOR: AUGUSTINE PECORA
    16 October, 2021

    Hi there,. You don't need skills to make money on Fiverr. The only thing you need is a way to get traffic to your gigs page. Which can be done in various ways. But the easiest one so far has been the old school SEO (Search Engine Optimization) technique that's used by many business owners like me and still works brilliantly- an article posting network with high authority websites ike Forbes, Huffington Post etc. The idea is simple; write short pieces on various useful topics for these sites and submit them with high quality content.

  • AUTHOR: DENNIS ROBERIE
    16 October, 2021

    This question could have many different answers, depending on your level of expertise and where you live. If you live in an industrial country then the sky is the limit. Probably not $1000 a week, but more than enough to get by if "getting by" means renting begging space on one of the numerous freelancing websites that offer online work for hire globaly. If you live in a poorer county, don't worry too much about making money - focus on learning skills and saving your best efforts for real work?