Part 2: My book marketing experiment by spending $5 on @Fiverr #Update #TechThursday

My initial article My book marketing experiment by spending $10 on was well received but I decided on an update.

fiverr1What is Fiverr?

My definition is that is a site you can get any service LEGAL for five dollars.

If you never thought of making money on the Internet, then you’re sadly missing out on the most perfect extra income in the world. Or at least gas money (for a week). LOL

Don’t have a million dollar budget? Don’t even have a hundred dollar budget to market your books?

Fiverr has great book marketing campaigns authors should try.

All results vary.

Click here to search for a book marketing fiverr.

This time I used Seller: fourz_media. Like I’ve said before I do like the US sellers more. I’ve had misspelled words with foreign sellers.

I also look for good reviews and if I can find the author who made the review I check their social and standing on Amazon if it was a recent review.

I decided on Seller: fourz_media for those reasons.

I paid for my campaign, submitted the information requested and then waited the two days they said it would take the finish the job.

I saw a small spike in traffic on my blog and my rank on twitter increased. Since I’m steadily selling books, I don’t know if there was a huge jump in sells but I could see that my prime book reads spiked abnormally.

This was satisfying and for $5, you really can’t beat it.

Here is a link to my other great resources on Fiverr.

If you have a Fiverr resource you’d like to share, please leave it in the comments.


Fiverr links
book trailers
book cover designers
format createspace interiors

press release

And if you’re a Michigan Author who’d love for me to push you on my social media, check out my Fiverr site at:

3 thoughts on “Part 2: My book marketing experiment by spending $5 on @Fiverr #Update #TechThursday

  1. I’ve been thinking about using Fiverr to make a little extra cash. I didn’t know it could also be used for book marketing. I’ll go check it out. Thanks!

  2. Reblogged this on Don Massenzio's Blog and commented:
    Check out this post on Sylvia Hubbard’s blog for the Fiverr site. She used it to help with book marketing (something I haven’t tried yet). I have used the services on this site to create all of my book covers and trailers.

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