Episode from the podcastMiddle Class Money

Side Hustle your way to six figures!

Released Wednesday, 9th September 2020
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This little series is all about making more money and in this interview, Alex breaks how she clears 6 figures a year and then some as a freelancer on Fiverr. This story is exactly what Middle Class Money is all about! Alex got put in a tough situation five years ago, and instead of letting it ruin her path, she decided to create her own.

With some knowledge of how to write copy and some pieces she opened up an account on Fiverr. You can check out the platform at this link.  Check out Fiver Here.

Fiverr is a platform for freelancers and entrepreneurs to connect. The entrepreneurs can outsource things they need to be done that would normally need an entire staff.

I personally have used fivers for audio clips, logos, Video promo editing and I'm sure some other things. So if you are starting a side hustle, this is the place to go. You can find amazing work in exchange for very little money.

On the flip side its an even better place for entrepreneurs to start their side gig. As you will see from this interview in just three short years she has a six-figure gig. The best part about it? All she needs is a laptop and wifi connection.

Fiverr brings her the traffic, her profile, reviews, and reputation close the deal.

Alex is obviously very talented at what shes does but shes also is an example that you can do it too. She started on Fiver with no reviews, no fancy resume, and charging little to nothing for work.

I hope you enjoy this episode and it motivates you to start a Fiver account and sell!

If your an entrepreneur like me, Fiverr can save you tons of time and money. Just to give you an example the intro and outro to our podcast was done on Fiverr for less than $50.00

Check out Fiver Here

Enjoy
Tyler
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29m 47s
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