In the spirit of income generation, I created a couple of Fiverr gigs a while back and when no one ever purchased either gave up on them ever being used.
Now that I juicing up the website and my subscriber count is increasing about 10% weekly (note, 10% of 20 is 2), I’ve decided to get back on the Fiverr bandwagon and try to make some of that nice freelance cash.
I talked a little about Fiverr in my second book and the strategies to making money on the site. The basics are to create some quick consulting gig, like designing a book cover, editing or transcribing, etc. and then adding gig extras to up the price.
The two gigs are both stock related and are useful for anyone wanting a quick summary of a stock to reference. The first is a one-page report with stats, a stock price chart, financials, business description and key executives. This is great to collect for each company in your portfolio to keep them in line.
The second is a comparable valuation analysis. In this I select several multiples and compare the subject’s to comparable companies and project out what the stock price would be if it traded at those multiples.
Both have ultra fun add-ons for me to do even more analysis for even more straight cash. Nice.