One of my major goals to 2016 was to generate a steady 1000$ monthly online income. Fiverr was always there, but existed in my mind as a place to hire cheap freelancers. At some point I figured it would be silly not to try selling there, to see what happens.
And so I did.
I worked for about 2 months translating documents from Hebrew to English, and vice versa. I made my first 8$ online there, and about 100$ altogether before I decided to quit.
The experience was enriching, but once I caught the gist of it the money was not worthy of my time anymore. I had greater goals to pursue, and making a 1000$ a month by translating documents was not one of them.
So, at the time of writing this post I’m not translating anymore, but I gained a bunch of takeaways from the experience. In this post I’d like to share them. It’s not meant as a complete guide to selling on Fiverr, but rather to give a handle and a little push to any of you who’s thinking to start.
Pembuatan laporan pajak online