Accepting Freelance Work

This year has been challenging.

Not just creatively, but for my mental and physical health as well. I spent a lot of time (nearly two months) building out, only to fail at the one thing I set out to do: Get clients, and work as a full time business owner. However, I’m not in despair because that website build taught me a lot about my own talents, interest’s, and what I do still want for my future.

I’m currently accepting freelance gigs for marketing through
If you haven’t heard of Fivver, then let me tell you a little bit about it.

Fiverr is a pretty basic gig economy based website that offers opportunities for professional freelancers to come together to create fantastic content, and be hired for work. Fiverr acts as a middleman by giving gig makers the opportunity to post gigs, but not so much in the way of advertising the freelancer. I’ve had my account for two years, but haven’t really done much with it, so I thought I would try to overhaul it and give it another go.

You can see my Fiverr profile here!

If you’re interested in joining, you can use my referral link:

Let me know your thoughts and leave a comment!

Do you like the gig economy?
Do you think I have what it takes to make it on Fiverr and if not, what do you recommend I do?
What are you doing lately?

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