The same service that I described above as an amazing value to obtain business services, is also a huge opportunity for small businesses and entrepreneurs to sell their own services.
Fiverr offers a fully loaded marketplace where new entrepreneurs can easily start their business in just a few minutes. The hard part of doing business is already done for you by the Fiverr infrastructure and its brand value. In addition, the collective efforts of both buyers and sellers make up a community that motivates and advises each other to success.
Fiverr takes 20% of each sale, so you might think, how profitable can I be if I only get $4 of the $5 per sale? If you do it right, you can do quite well for two reasons:
- Volume – potential to receive a LOT of orders
- Extra gigs – the up-sell services that can raise the sale price significantly per job
So whether you’re an existing home-based business, or someone who has always wanted to be his or her own boss, or a small business looking to expand, you owe it to yourself to check out Fiverr. It takes 2-3 minutes to get an account and costs you nothing. It doesn’t take much longer than that to get set up as a seller, and there are lots of tips and instructions to help you, as well as a huge online forum and community.
Here is the link to fiverr.com.