LKR Gift Giveaway Contest Week 3: Fiverr for Free AND Help An Entrepreneur In Need

We love sharing our favorite resources with our readers and one of our personal faves is fiverr.com

Sometimes we all need a little bit of help. Not quite ready or no need to hire an actual employee yet? That’s where comes this handy site comes into play helping you delegate tasks you don’t want to or just don’t have the time to do.

Enter here for a chance to win 10 free tasks on fiverr.com AND $25 credit on Kiva.org to give to an entrepreneur of your choice that inspires you.

Here are some example tasks you can use this fiverr.com credit for:

  • Logo design
  • Voiceover
  • Blog mention research
  • SEO research
  • Administrative assistance
  • Business cards
  • E-book design
  • Promo video
  • Video review
  • Copyediting

What are you waiting for? Enter now for your chance to win a piece of delegation heaven and a chance to help an entrepreneur in need.

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About Laura Roeder

Laura Roeder is a social media marketing expert who gives businesses of all sizes the tools they need to make their mark on the web. She is the creator of the social media scheduling software Edgar, as well as social media marketing web courses like Creating Fame and Social Brilliant.

Comments

  1. Love it! For some reason I hopped on Fiverr a couple months back. I put out a service and shared it with my network and I was able to hone a very specific SEO skill by implementing it on many sites. It’s a great place to generate leads for your other services as well. It may seem like $5 is such a small amount to get for something you do, but it doesn’t take too long before you can add on extras which boost the amount you can make per sale. Love it! Thanks for the contest Laura!

  2. I checked out fiverr.com and some of the things people are offering to do seem pretty shady Laura… like delivering 5000 FB fans, 8000 twitter followers, 35 comments on your post/website.
    I’ve found you and your tips to be so upstanding, to be honest I’m a little thrown by your support of this site.
    Not to mention, didn’t you used to be in the graphics field? Do you really want to support a site where people can go and spend $5 to obtain a logo for example? That would infuriate me if I had spent years in school and in practice to be told my skill was really only worth about $5 because some guy online will do it for that.
    It’s not that I don’t see some merit from some of the categories, but you don’t even address the other end/disadvantages of this type of site. Please just remember, you’re in a position now where you are not just providing valuable information for us, your followers, but you are setting an example of how to be a good/upstanding/socially responsible business person. Yes (Charles Barkley), you ARE a role model whether you want to be or not.

    • Hi Jenna!

      I think fiverr is a great resource, however it DOES have it’s limitations. Thank you for the suggestion. Possibly some cons of the site could’ve been included in the post but overall, I think it can be a really helpful site for some tasks. It is to note that not all tasks are $5 and that a graphic for example, can be listed for $5 for a basic template but for anything in addition, there is a charge.

      I think like anything, we just have to be smart about what we are doing. Like we teach, outsourcing isn’t always the best way to go about things and sometimes it is. In the end, it’s our call of what we all decide to use.

      Thanks again for the comment!
      -Erin, LKR