If you have a website or portfolio relevant to the tubetarget review you provide on
Fiverr, you could include it in your bio and maybe even have this link in all
your gigs under “Instructions to Buyers” and every time you deliver an
order. If you’re a freelance graphic designer, this is an amazing opportunity
to show off your portfolio to people who are looking for tubetarget review
However, Fiverr cracks down on this, you might get away with a link in
your bio for a short while but you might get it removed. I’m going to provide you a better trick to get people to go to your website where you sell
full and more expensive services.
Every time you deliver an order, recommend another relevant gig or
service to your buyer in the delivery message. For example, when you
deliver your logo, include a message like this: “Did you know I do more than just logos? If you’re looking for
PSD design for your website or are just looking for more affordable
and quality design services, check out my portfolio! www.linkhere.com
I offer a 10% discount to all Fiverr users! Just include your Fiverr
username with your order.” This is extremely effective at milking your tubetarget review for more money. You
could also do this to cross-promote other gigs or up sell on a gig you offer.
For example, if you sell Twitter followers, why not include a link to your
Twitter retweet gig when you deliver your order for Twitter followers?
Better yet, if you sell say 1000 Twitter followers for $5, up sell the service.
Tell the buyer when you deliver the order that you can offer him or her
10,000 for $40.