Fiverr FireStarter Reviewed
Another week, another new product from good old John at Goff’s Concepts. His upcoming release is called the Fiverr FireStarter, and obviously, it has a whole lot to do with running an online business in the popular website Fiverr. Now, Fiverr, as we know it, is practically what one would call an online services marketplace. Here, people sell whatever service they could offer, from mundane errands to the likes a corporate entity would task their employees with, all for $5.
While getting rich off of this site will definitely require a lot of work, John promises to make it easy with his product. How so? Well, for starters, let’s explore what this whole thing is all about. Basically, the FireStarter is John’s very own blueprint that details how to make it big in Fiverr. In this guide, he will detail the things that you need to know about the site, including what Fiverr is all about as well as how you can navigate your way through it, from account creation to the actual money-making process. He will also reveal in this guide how you can identify the most profitable and doable gigs—that is, freelance work in Fiverr-ish—as well as maximizing the visibility of your profile, and building your reputation in Fiverr to name a few.
Fiverr FireStarter will cost $27 and it’s set to launch today, October 12, 2016, at 8:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time. We will review this product and add the results of our evaluation at the end of this post soon after the product is released, so if you are interested, don’t hesitate to bookmark this page and come back later for our review.