|Weird Fiverr Day|
|Nathan Gurley | February, 07 2018 05:59 PM | Comments (3)|
Yesterday, I put out an offer for bids on Fiverr for some work on a website I am interested in revamping and relaunching. It has a TE built in and you can earn credits clicking on members' banners and text ads, but I mostly am interested in using it as a crypto team builder.
For 2018, I updated the front page with a variety of crypto type programs that are working well. Up to now, those banners are not active, i.e., one would have to log in to join whatever programs of interest. I figured it would be cool to have the banners on the front page active with members' links, so that they could get referrals even if the prospect was not interested in becoming a member. All good.
Hence, I put out a bid on Fiverr so see what kind of response I would get. I already knew the approximate value of this work because I have a programmer who would do it, but is too busy at the moment. Anyway, I got bids from $30 to $5,000!
I accepted one for $50 and got him the necessary information. A couple hours later, he said he couldn't do it, so I put it out for bid again.
Another guy said he could do it, but lamented that his instructions were to get his price first before sending the job. Something like that. I was going to politely cancel him, but he was cool with another $10, though he tried to get $120.
Hopefully, it will all work out OK and be ready soon. I probably should have taken a course and learned how to do it myself, but one can't do everything. If you are in to building crypto, please check back and I will post the link here when it's ready. Thanks,
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