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Fiverr Marketing Gig #4: Demo Video

I invested another five dollars into a short video that Fiverr user daryn made of some DataVoila screenshots:

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Fiverr Marketing Gig #3: Tweet to 14,000 Followers

Lots of Fiverr users offered to send your message to their thousands of followers. I always had a sneaky feeling that these offers were not legitimate and result in fake Twitter users tweeting to their fake followers. Nevertheless, as part of my Fiverr experiment, I couldn’t help myself but to try it out. So I [...]

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Fiverr Marketing Gig #2: Social Bookmarks

It’s definitely fun to see what gigs people offer at Fiverr. You can have someone think positive about you, let a guy scream out your name to his neighbourhood at 6:00 a.m., or get yourself a hot Facebook girlfriend. I resisted the temptation to order any of those and went with the following offer instead: [...]

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Fiverr Marketing Gig #1: 2000 Targeted US Visitors

As the first part of my experiment of using Fiverr for marketing my unreleased software product DataVoila, I decided to spend $5 on a gig with the following promise: “I will send 2000 Targeted US Visitors to your website for $5.” After placing the order it took Fiverr user webar2007 only 37 minutes to reply, [...]

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Fiverr – The Answer to My Tight Marketing Budget?

The DataVoila website has been live for about twelve days, and I’m quite happy with the results so far. Particularly a post on the BoS forum and an Adwords campaign have brought a promising wave of visitors and a few sign-ups for the newsletter. Now it’s time to put forth some more effort in marketing. [...]

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