“My name is Steven Adams, I’m 29, from Boston, and I’m addicted to Fiverr.” That is how I would probably introduce myself if I was in a support group meeting trying to overcome a life-threatening addiction.  Fortunately, that is not the case because Fiverr is not detrimental to one’s health and I do not have an addiction to it…

I simply love it!

Fiverr is a site where you can hire someone to do almost anything starting at the minimum amount of $5.  A friend of mine recommended I register at the site when he found out that I was laid off from my day job and was looking for employment. You see, for days I was sending out my résumé and application letter in response to one job ad after another.  Probably due to the bad economy and fierce competition in the job market, I did not receive any worthwhile job offer from any credible employers.  I was depressed and did not know what else to do to turn things around.  My savings were almost exhausted; I needed to make money fast!

Then, one day, a friend sent me an SMS informing me that he had found an online service where you can do what you really like to do and get paid for it for at least 5 US dollars. At first it sounded too good to be true, but curiosity and desperation got the better of me and I visited the site.

Imagine my surprise when I found out that a lot of people were earning good money through gigs they promote using Fiverr’s unique platform.  I was intrigued at what people were willing to do to earn $5.  From the mundane and simple data-entry jobs to the outwardly hilarious and unique way of showcasing your talent, you can offer your service and become successful on the site.

Since joining, I have been receiving a decent amount of work and generating a steady and sufficient income. I am a man of many talents.  Browse through the posts on my blog to see the things I can do for you on Fiverr (Fiverr.com)!


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