All you need to know about Fiverr

Michael Myers
4 min readAug 21, 2021


Why you should to create a profile on Fiverr right now?

It doesn’t matter you looking for a job or want to find a freelancer. Fiverr is your choice.

Why Fiverr is good?

Today Fiverr is one of the largest freelance website. Fiverr offers a lot of jobs for people who try to find a project or post one.

Data section on Fiverr
Fiverr Data section

When I just to know about Fiverr I don’t understand what I’ll do there.

All you need is to take your niche. There are a lot of jobs you can pick.

Lifestyle section on Fiverr
Fiverr Lifestyle section

Are you creating games? You’ll find your customers.
Are you creating websites? Okay, fine.
Maybe are you just playing games? Awesome! You can coach someone or play together for $5 or more.

What do you think about it?

The highest-paying side hustles on Fiverr

The most paying jobs on Fiverr right now are online assistant, website design, CV, Cover Letter and Resume Writing, etc. You can read more here.

What are you waiting for?

If you are interested, sign up on Fiverr and get 10% off your first purchase (referral link).

I have posted a video on YouTube with the same article. It’s 1 in 1 like here, with the identical text and something. I shoot it for people who prefer more to listen or watch to something than reading.

YouTube video about Fiverr

Pros of $5 services

Another pros of Fiverr is that all services started from $5. When Fiverr just started, all services cost $5, it was their Terms of Service.

For example, you offer a logo. For $5 you create one logo sketch. For $15 you create several sketches. And for $30 logo colors variations + source file. Time going, this Terms of Service go on the background and many new sellers don’t know about it, just put $30 for one logo sketch. Of course, if you are a professional and have many customers it’s pretty reasonable.

Cons of $5 services

On the other hand, $5 services have cons. You should compete with more experienced freelancers. It sucks when you just started. BUT you don’t understand this freelancer put $5 because he is a new seller or just a professional who has original Terms of Service.

It’s hard to understand who is a new seller and who is a professional.

However, it’ll be a plus for someone.

For New Sellers

What about new sellers? If you just started your way on Fiverr, put low cost and offer more than other freelancers. It’ll help you to find your first customer. However, it will takes time to get you first customer. I put $5 on all my gigs and still don’t have a customer. I have projects in my portfolio, catch eye cover image, video about each gig but still. All you need is to be patient. Don’ think about money when you just start you way. Your money is customers because they bring it to you. Your focus will be on how to get a customer, not how to get money. It’s the same thing as well but sounds different.

You can check my profile.

After all, when you sign up, the first step will be to look at other freelancers. What do they offer for this price? Attach a photo of your smiling face. Write a seller description. Create gigs, more is better.

*gig — your offer for a customer.

If you have some offers, contact me.

When you creating gigs, use a correct cover image, write a description, attach some portfolio examples of this service, choose a price.

On your first steps, it seems complex. But don’t give up. There are a lot of people out there. Just take your time. Upgrade your expertise every day and you’ll do it!

If you understand what you do and what it gives you, success will come. Just wait.

Analyze your profile

Analyze your profile several times in a month. What gigs have the most impressions? What gigs have the most clicks? If people clicking, why don’t make an order? Maybe you should rewrite your gig’s description, decrease or raise the price. Yes, sometimes low prices make an effect on a potential customer. Change the cover image, maybe it doesn’t hook. Change your portfolio, perhaps you created better works for it.

If you read this post from start to finish I’m so happy. Let me know in the comments or message me on social media I’ll say thanks.



Michael Myers

A Front-end Shopify Developer. Writing about Web Development, Freelance, and Shopify theme development. Twitter: @myersdeveloper