How I Started Selling Gigs on Fiverr
I happened to be listening to the Clark Howard show when Fiverr was featured in 2010. I thought, hey, I can do voiceovers and impressions. I already had recording equipment, so it would be easy for me to get started. I came up with a list of voices, did a few practice runs to make sure the quality would be good, and sold my first Gig within a couple of days. Two weeks later, my Gig was featured on Fiverr and it’s been featured ever since.
I Quit My Corporate Job To Do What I Love
When I first started on Fiverr, I was living in North Carolina and had a pretty demanding corporate job. After coming home from work, I’d fill my Fiverr orders but didn’t have much time left for music. When we moved to Augusta, I quit the corporate job, and now the income from Fiverr enables me and my wife to work part-time as independent contractors. I’m really thankful for that because our happiness level has gone way up, and I’m now making money doing what I love to do and what I’m really good at. Fiverr has also been great for my self-esteem. I get tons of positive feedback from the community, which makes me feel really good about myself, and at the same time I’m making money to pay bills.