How to maximize earnings with Fiverr Forum

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Are you getting traction on Fiverr? I wasn’t when I first started, but let’s examine how Fiverr’s forum can help as it did me.

Why are forums so popular?

Forums are a place where you can shortcut learning. As you use any platform like Fiverr, you will learn. We normally learn the best lessons through mistakes. The big problem with making mistakes on a platform like Fiverr is that you can torpedo your account by damaging your reputation on the platform.

The good news is that you can learn and avoid many mistakes. On forums, people share their mistakes. You can learn from them without repeating them. This is the real power of forums. The mistakes are clearly documented. You just have to take the time to find them.

How should you use Fiverr Forum?

Here’s a video tutorial by Ava to walk you through the basics. Definitely check out the video. You may learn a thing or two that you didn’t know. Her tip on where to promote your gig is very useful. If you’re not careful you can get in trouble posting in the wrong section.

Where is Fiverr Forum located?

If you logged as a seller, it will take a few clicks to get to the forum. Here’s a link to the forum to make your life easier.

Why should I promote my gigs on Fiverr Forum?

You likely are focused on a particular skill. Your skill may not have demand for just that skill. However, your skill being a part of a set of skills may be in demand. I think of it as skills versus a bundle of skills. Let’s review an example.

I’m very good with HTML. If I post a gig with this skill, I’m probably not going to get a lot of gigs requests. Why? HTML by itself isn’t very useful. Most people that come to Fiverr are looking to build a web application. What would you need, to build a web application? One set of skills is this. HTML, CSS, Javascript.

If I post my HTML gig on the forum, this can happen. Another seller on Fiverr has a gig request to build a web application. The CSS is complete, but the Javascript work is taking a little longer than expected. They don’t want to miss their deadline, so they want to outsource the HTML work. They see my gig and request it. This is a scenario I just made up, but this does happen on Fiverr all the time.

Thanks for making it this far!

If you would like me to answer anymore questions about Fiverr Forum, post a comment down below. I try to respond to questions I receive within 2 days. If you liked this post, share it on your favorite social channel, and make sure to check out my other posts about business too.

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