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So here we are again! Liking this blog series? If you do, look back HERE and HERE for two other posts full of ideas for drumming up some holiday cash.
This time of year puts the smack-down on everyone’s budget, but there are ways to round up some extra cash just to use for the holiday season.
Here’s another idea that I have personally not TRIED, but I have used it to hire help for my business.
- Offer some affiliate marketing related service, and use the opportunity to network/partner with your clients
- Have someone write you cheap articles for your marketing, but offer “add-ons” or upgrades.
- Basically, get creative and have fun. A “gig”, which is what you offer to do for $5, can take just minutes to set up.
Here’s the official “About Us” info I found about Fivrr.
On Fiverr you can surf through a wide variety of categories that span from fun and quirky gigs to essential business services.
With over 750,000 gigs offered by people from over 200 countries worldwide, you’ll have no trouble finding what you need plus a few things that you just want!
Do you have a skill or resource others may find useful? Why not join the hundreds of thousands of sellers who are already earning money on Fiverr. Becoming a seller is easy, free and takes only a couple minutes. You can start here: http://fiverr.com/join
Like I say, I have never”hung my shingle” on Fivrr and offered a service, but this site is obviously movin-and-shakin so it might be worth looking into as an option for extra income for your household.
AND, if you are someone who offers service on Fivrr, please share in the comment box what you do and how Fivrr has worked for YOU. We’d all love to know 🙂
Extra cash always helps this time of year. 🙂 THanks!
Jodie Fitz says
Popping over from the Bloggy Girls Link you shared & have NEVER heard of this! Thank you for sharing – will check it out!
Cynthia L. says
I have heard of Fiverr, but have never thought about using it. I can see it as a good cash flow though.