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How Would You Like Publicity for Your Fiverr Gig?!
The more time I spend on Fiverr, the more I discover how many amazing, funny, and useful gigs people have created. We, at FiverrDaily.com, are now on the hunt to find and recognize some of the best gigs on Fiverr.
We are constantly seeking out great Fiverr sellers. If you think your gig is worth checking out, leave a comment on our website with a link to your gig.
Additionally, consider purchasing one of our gig review services. Not only will we purchase, rate, and mention your gig, but you will also be more likely to become one of our Gig of the Day recipients (if your gig is actually impressive).
How Can My Gig Become the Gig of the Day?
Share it with us! We can’t feature you if we’ve never heard of you. Leave a comment with a link to your gig on this post or one of the other Gig of the Day posts.
We will only feature gigs that are mentioned in the comments section of one of our posts. This ensures that our recipients are readers of the FiverrDaily.com blog – keeping things more personal. So leave a comment now!
Or, of course, you can order a gig review through PayPal by selecting the service you want on the tab to the right of this article.
There are a few requirements for your gig to qualify for our competition. Here they are:
1. Your gig must have at least 10 sales OR you can offer us a free gig to review.
We want to ensure that the gigs we share are of a high quality. Therefore, if your gig has at least 10 sales, you are good to go.
Of course, sometimes it’s difficult to get started up, so you can contact Rob at email@example.com if you would like to offer us your service – which will allow us to evaluate your gig.
If you purchase a gig review, it does not increase your chances of being a Gig of the Day or Runner Up recipient. It does, however, ensure that we will mention you on our blog in some form (and only positively – if we don’t agree with your services, we will refund you and not review your gig).
2. You must have a rating of 4+ stars.
We want to share great gigs. Therefore, low-rated gigs will not be considered.
3. Your gig must be ethical, honest, and REAL
We will not consider any spam tactics, fake followers, fake views, worthless backlinks, dishonest testimonials, etc. Simply put, your gig should not attempt to trick your client, their customers, or Google.
Additionally, we do not promote any “adult” content of any type.
Get Started – Share Your Gig Below!
We are launching our Gig of the Day posts on Monday. So leave a comment with a link to your gig and you may be one of our first winners!
“For it is in giving that we receive.” – Francis of Assisi
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To Be Noticed, Make a Scene
Today’s goal in my challenge to reach 5000 daily visitors in 100 days is one that you are likely already aware of. Comment like a mad man!
Let’s say that you are walking in a park. Who is going to be more noticeable to you – the guy reading on the bench in the corner, or the woman bungee jumping from the bridge – yelling and screaming?
Clearly, the obnoxiously screaming woman will capture your heart (or at least your ears). When promoting yourself, you want to be that woman (to an extent – but keep reading). We notice things that stand out from the crowd.
To Be Recognized, Be Considerate
Although yelling and screaming obnoxiously will get you noticed, and it may even get you remembered, it will not win appreciation.
It’s been said that you can never give yourself into poverty. If you’re slightly idiotic in how you take this phrase, you can certainly still end up in the poor house. However, if you thoughtfully implement it, you will be amazed at how helpful this philosophy can be.
If yelling is the “comment” that you leave on someone’s blog, then giving is the benefit of your comment to the conversation. In other words, only make noise that people will appreciate.
The Benefits of Leaving Comments
It is incredibly beneficial to leave comments on other people’s blogs, websites, and social networks. First off, many websites allow you to link back to your own site – this may send a few new visitors your direction.
Additionally, if your comments are useful to the website creator, they may open up an opportunity for you to guest post on their website at a later time.
Finally, the more you get involved in the online world, the more visible you will become. And as people begin seeing your face, your name, and your content all over the web, you will begin to be associated as an expert in your field.
I attempt to leave at least a couple of thoughtful comments a day on blogs that I run into. Usually, to find these blogs, I search for terms on Twitter that are related to my website (such as Fiverr, freelancing, blogging, etc). Try leaving comments and see what happens. You may be surprised at how fast your viewership grows!