I came across Fiverr quite a while back–and I’d planned to avail myself of its services.
I mean, I signed up for it, spent hours noodling around over there, considering various and sundry services. But then I got busy with a couple projects and it fell off my radar.
Until this weekend when I realized I had a post scheduled for the Muffin. A post I hadn’t exactly got ’round to writing. So it was Fiverr to the rescue!
And now that I think about it, maybe The Five Buck Deal at Fiverr will come to your rescue in some way, shape, or writing form. Of course, it would help if you had some idea what I was talking about…
So, yeah. Maybe zip over to the Muffin and give it a read? And then let me know if you’ve had any experience with Fiverr. I’d love to hear about it!
Have you seen Fiverr®? I could write the explanation but it’d be better (and way more fun) if you just go and read the front page. And then dash right back here, because honestly, you will get happily lost in that rabbit hole.
See what I mean? And that’s just the “featured” group of talent going for five bucks. Zip around a bit and you’ll find all kinds of things that folks will do for five bucks. I mean, nice things that folks will do. SO many artists and writers and musicians and…well, just super creative types out there, with super creative services to sell.
I’m not sure that a freelancer is going to get rich there–heck, I’m not even sure a freelancer will make five bucks with Fiverr®–but I am smitten with this site. It’s like a whole bunch of five-year olds, raising their hands, trying to get their mommies’ attention. “Look what I can do! Watch this! Look at this!”
And I racked my five-year-old brain parts, trying to come up with some quirky writing talent that I could sell for five bucks. So far, my super creative side’s been a bust.
Probably because it fell into Fiverr® and can’t get out.