Fiverr Update: It’s Almost Over!

By | November 30, 2015

UPDATE: The promotion for a free gig is over, but you can still purchase regularly, here

It’s time for the last update about the #FiverrHustle business challenge I’m doing. So far, I’ve had a great time completing orders for you all, but there are still many freebies left to give to my readers, so don’t miss out!

Just to refresh, Fiverr is a website where sellers (like me) offer various products or services, called “gigs,” starting at $5.  Jobs like creating a video, designing a logo, marketing, or other random things are common to see there. I’m participating in a friendly  little blogger challenge where I took 60 days to build a side business (on Fiverr). I’m not likely to win (because I’m only working and blogging part time) but I’m happy to earn some extra cash by doing a few little jobs and giving you guys free stuff at the same time.

The challenge ends today, but you can use your codes through the end of the year. That means another month of free cards, poems, party invitations, and custom to-do lists!

You can see all my offerings, here. But, one of my favorites is that you can get a free custom Christmas Card, here, with code LOVINGHERE2015.

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This is a good deal even if you’re not planning to send cards in the mail (although I still like that tradition). You can just paste the image into an email and send it to your contacts for a fun little custom greeting. Seriously, it’s free…so why not?

You can also get customized party invitations. Again, you don’t even have to print them to mail, just save the image into an email file and you can invite your friends and family to holiday celebrations in style! (Again, FREE with code LOVINGHERE2015)

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There’s no reason not to do it. It’s FREE. :)

How is it free? Let me explain: if you sign up for an account with Fiverr (all you need is an email address) you really can get something for free. Now, that will mean that you start getting Fiverr newsletters, but you can unsubscribe from them–trust me, I’ve done it myself. So, after clicking that little “unsubscribe” link in the first email, you’re really getting something for free.

You can also vote for my business, here, if you’d like to help out in another way as I try to win this friendly  little blogger challenge. I’m not likely to win (because I’m only working and blogging part time) but I’m happy to earn some extra cash by doing a few little jobs and giving you guys free stuff at the same time. (You get something for free—I get paid—it’s a win-win.)

Thanks!

This post is sponsored by Fiverr in partnership with Kasai Media. All opinions are my own. 

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