Just made Level 1 Seller on Fiverr

Last Update: June 14, 2017

Heya Everyone

I just completed my 10th Fiverr order and received my 10th 5 Star Review and was delighted to receive this badge and some new privileges.

To reach level 1 on Fiverr, you need to:
  1. Be a Fiverr member for at least 30 days
  2. Sell 10 Gigs with Positive ratings (4 Star+ average)
  3. Have a low cancellation rate

New Privileges afforded to Level 1 Sellers:

  1. Allowed 15 active gigs in play at a time (up from 7)
  2. Can offer extra fast delivery at a higher price
  3. Can offer custom orders up to a value of $1500

Here are my stats so far:

I'm really happy with my first $80 earned so far on Fiverr, but that's a drop in the ocean compared to what others are making. Most of you know by now, that Lynne Huysamen @LynneHuy introduced me to Fiverr and I am eternally grateful. I blogged about it here:

Just made $5 on fiverr Thanks to LynneHuy AGAIN!

Lynne's success has been awesome to watch. Read about it here:

Fiverr Update

If you've been thinking of selling your skills on Fiverr, check out Ursulla's great training here:

How to Sell on Fiverr

To YOUR Success,


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HennieSteyl Premium
Well done Lauren.
Hennie
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laurenjean Premium
Thanks Hennie
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bobrseno Premium
Good for you, Lauren. Being sort of new at writing, I wonder about writing for someone else. Hat tip to you for being able to do that.
Are there somewhat strict deadlines to adhere to?

Congratulations on your success!
~Bob
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laurenjean Premium
Aah, that's what so interesting about the gigs we are selling, Bob. It's for others to guest post on our sites. So, usually they write the posts and all I do is edit slightly (if needed), reformat, add an introductory paragraph and closing paragraph and publish on my blog. Oh, and I also use the images they provide, just reformatting them to suit my style.
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sybull Premium
Interesting concept!
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craigmac Premium
good on you i use fiverr.com a lot for my outsourcing. Must let me know what you specialize in. If it is something i can use then it makes sense to buy from someone you know (trust).
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laurenjean Premium
Thanks so much Craig. Kind of you to consider me. My gigs are based on guest posting on my sites which are both Mom blogs, so not sure they will suit you?
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roses15 Premium
Good for you, I wish you bounds of growth!
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DebbieRose Premium
Congratulations..it's always encouraging to see others succeed. Thanks for sharing. Debbie
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KMeyer Premium
Congratulations on your success!
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WilliamBH Premium
Awesome Lauren .. that is fantastic! Cheers, William.
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laurenjean Premium
Thanks William!
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VeronicasLuv Premium
Love those shiny badges! Great job, Lauren!
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laurenjean Premium
Thanks Veronica!
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laparra1 Premium
Good evening Lauren.

All this sounds very good but I am not so far yet and to be honest I do not know if selling my skills is in the program.

Happy for you that it is going so well.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
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laurenjean Premium
Thanks Taetske.

Fiverr is not part of the training we are following. Its a way of bringing in freelance income on the side.

Unless you find something very quick & easy to produce and sell on Fiverr, the hourly rate is pretty low.

Affiliate income is far more lucrative and sustainable long term.

You are right in choosing not to get sidetracked.
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