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Fiverr Unleashes Many New Features Including the Repeat Buyers Icon

Some of you Fiverr veterans will notice that Fiverr has made many changes recently. Among these updates include a whole new design for the Inbox, ‘Custom Offer’ function and a ‘Label’ system. We’ll be discussing the 2 we deemed most helpful for sellers, the ‘Orders’ Tab and the ‘Repeat Buyers’ icon.

repeat buyers icon
New Fiverr features

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Fiverr Hack – Instant Level One, Level Two Seller

There are four Seller Levels in the Fiverr system.

  1. Level 0 – AKA Member (cow symbol) – You do not have a level when you first sign up, or are a level 0 (zero).
  2. Level 1 – You must be a member for 30 days, and have 10 sales with positive ratings.
  3. Level 2 – 50 orders in 2 months
  4. Level 3 – AKA Top Rated – Must be hand selected from  the staff.

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5 Ways to Make Extra Cash During a Fiverr Slump

Most of us Fiverr sellers have experienced it. Either a change in our title or description, or just something out of our hands has caused our gig sales to drop. Here are a few surefire ways to make ends meet while waiting for your gigs to pick back up.

1. SwagBucks

SwagBucks Rewards
A small glimpse of the rewards SwagBucks has available.

Swagbucks is probably the best and easiest way to make some extra cash, or Amazon gift cards at a discount! Simply sign up and use SwagBucks to do all of you searches from now on. The great thing is that SwagBucks combines results from multiple popular search engines to bring you accurate results.

Another reason to join SwagBucks is if you already use our number two way to make extra cash because Bing Rewards has an option to cash out your points for SwagBucks (which can then be turned into almost anything they make a gift card for)!

2. Bing Rewards

Prefer to use Bing as your search engine instead of SwagBucks? That will work fine. In fact you can sign up for both Bing and SwagBucks and use Bing as your main search engine. When you get enough Bing Rewards points, you can cash out for SwagBucks! These SwagBucks can then be used for anything, including Paypal cash, or Visa gift cards to pay your bills with!

3. GSN Casino

The “casino” that it’s free to play in! You can log in daily and win free tokens. Use your tokens to play games. Complete daily goals (for ex. 50 spins of Deal or No Deal) and receive “Oodles”. You can then use these Oodles to enter sweepstakes, bid on super cool items, or cash in for a coupon (usually big discounts) or a magazine subscription. Every hour a game called “Chachingo Bingo” can be played, with a chance to win a cash prize! I’ve seen some go upwards of $10,000. Some of you may be wondering the validity of these sites, sounds too good to be true right? This site is ran by the Game Show Network cable television station, and they are responsible for handing out many many prizes over the years. And none of these sites ask for any sort of payment information to join.

4. WorldWinners

A GSN Casino affiliate site. This one is similar to the GSN Casino, but instead of tokens you use REAL money! Totally legal in the USA because it is more of a game of skill than chance. Every game you play gives you Rewards Points. These points can be spent on a variety of gift cards, or more World Winner money. You can cash out your money to PayPal at any time. I’ve tried it, and it works!

Similar to SwagBucks and Bing Rewards, The GSN Casino and World Winners often have cross-site promotions. For example, you may win Rewards Points for World Winners from GSN Casino for free, and turn that into an Amazon gift card. Also, check Swagbucks, usually there is an offer somewhere on the SwagBucks website that gives you a bunch of SwagBucks for spending $10 at GSN and/or WorldWinners.

5. Signup for FiverrViral!

Sign up for updates simply by entering your email in the sign up form to the left and hit the “subscribe” button. Who knows, the next article we publish may lead you to your next pay check!

Register as a member to post comments, and leave links to your gigs. Someone might just find you through your comment here on!

Fiverr Hack – Get a Phone Call When You Sell a Gig!

After hearing email alert after email alert, some of us just tune out the noise. Unless you have a dedicated email address for Fiverr (which is not a bad idea) it can be difficult to tell when you are getting that message from Fiverr telling you that you need to get to work! Getting an early start on your gig can be especially important if you offer an “Extra Fast” option. How would you like it if you had a personal assistant who would call your phone and tell you when you have a new order? A new popular website called IFTTT makes it possible. IFTTT stands for “If That Then This”, which essentially turns your favorite sites into groups of functions that can be triggered with “if” statements! Among the sites that currently compatible with IFTTT is of course So are you ready to set up your own personal Fiverr assistant? First, sign up with, then just click the “Use” button in the widget we created for you below:

IFTTT Recipe: Call me if someone orders a gig connects fiverr to phone-call

If you haven’t already, IFTTT will ask you for your Fiverr information and your Phone information. This info is obviously necessary for IFTTT to make the proper connections. Make sure you click the heart icon to favorite the “Recipe” so others can find it!

Now you have another powerful tool at your hands that gives you an edge over the competition!

Fiverr Buyers From HELL!!!

Fiverr Buyers from HELL!!!
Fiverr Buyers From HELL!!! A true tale of Fiverr horror.

There is one thing that every great seller fears, and unfortunately for a good reason, since BUYERS FROM HELL can be a common occurrence on Fiverr, Ebay and many other sites designed with the buyer in mind and not the seller. Unfortunately on Fiverr, at the time of writing this article, there is no way to protect yourself. You cannot block a buyer from purchasing your gigs! Even Ebay had the common sense to add this feature, but  Fiverr just sweeps this problem under the rug. Why would Fiverr skip this important feature? Most likely for profitability reasons, but even that doesn’t make sense when you think about it.

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