There’s no one place that’s going to be a magic bullet. The trick is promoting your stuff on a bunch of different places and that adding up to something significant. Blogging, YouTube, podcasting, Quora, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram…
You get the point.
Of course, just blasting out a link to your Fiverr gigs isn’t going to get much attention and will likely get you banned or blocked in a lot of places. So, what you need is what’s called “2-step marketing”.
This comes from direct mail advertising.
Instead of sending a long-form sales letter to a bunch of people via mail, advertisers would first send a smaller, postcard-type mailing which simply asked people to respond if they were interested in more info on the topic, in general.
If they responded, THEN, the advertiser would send the full ad.
You can do a similar thing, today. Create a quick piece of content on a topic related to one of your gigs and, at the end of it, say if you’d like to learn more about this topic, shoot me an email at…
Then, set up a forwarding email that forwards to your real email address.
Don’t give out your real email, so if this gets overrun with spam and fake emails, you can just turn off the forwarding and set up a new email address. That or you can tell people to just DM you on the platform.
When they do…
Often, they’ll come in asking a question.
If they don’t and just say something like, “I want more info”.
Just respond and ask them what questions they have or what problem they’re facing. Then, just help them out and when the timing is right, mention your Fiverr gigs as a way for you to just do whatever it is for them.
Sure, it’s some work…
But, it’s effective.
And, it’s something you can do right away today.
Anyway, hopefully, that helps. Also, if you’d like to dig deeper into creating content to sell your services, I have a full course on it that you can get access to for free. If you’re interested, this is the link.