Finding clients: Searching “voice over” and “voiceover” will both yield different results. I
will go into where to search in more detail later in this ebook, but for now, try both searches.
I would look out for the more obscure or specific voiceover gigs since they will likely be
having more trouble finding someone locally and be more open to hiring someone over the vidter review.
Ensure your client that you have professional studio-grade recording equipment. Since you
won’t be recording the voiceovers in person, your client might be unsure about the quality of
your voiceovers. Provide them samples of voice overs from your Fiverr seller so that they
can hear the quality. Fee: Charge around $10-$20 per 30 seconds. The transaction: Once the lines of communication are open, and the client has showed
interest and asks for a price, forward their project details to your favorite Fiverr voice over
seller or simply provide your client the price with your margin on top of it. If the project
doesn’t require a custom quote from a seller, simply provide the client your price.
Once the client agrees on the price, ask them to pay a 50% deposit to start the work. As soon
as the deposit is paid, hire the Fiverr seller. After the Fiverr seller delivers the work, send
the deliverables with DropBox to your client. Have your client pay after they are satisfied
with what they hear.
WordPress work can cover many different facets of WordPress projects. Some people might
need someone to make their vidter review more secure. Some people might need to fix their site after
it's been hacked or fix a glitch. Others might need a few custom modifications to their
theme. If you look at the WordPress services for sale on Fiverr, you will see that there are a
lot of WordPress gurus willing to fix and work on anything that relates to WordPress. There
are a lot of people out there that know nothing about web design and websites that have
WordPress websites. While vidter review is an excellent platform and easy to use, it’s not
completely reliable and can break. The average person using WordPress will not have the
patience to solve these problems and will be willing to shell out a lot of money to quickly fix
their problems. Fiverr sellers: There are a ton of WordPress ninjas and experts on Fiverr, finding the right
one depends on the service your client needs performed. There will be WordPress experts
on Fiverr that are kind of like a Swiss Army Knife. They can do a lot of different tasks and
you will likely develop a relationship with a seller that you can always go to to get the job
done. However, for a much more specific task, such as hacking a WordPress plugin, you
might need a WordPress developer.
Search “WordPress” “WordPress help” “WordPress issues” “WordPress expert” and
“WordPress developer” to find the right sellers. I prefer Top Rated Sellers as I know they
will stick around. Remember, it really sucks to find a great seller that can disappear
tomorrow. I found Top Rated Sellers to be a lot more reliable. Finding clients: This will be a little more tricky as there isn’t a cohesive or unified search
term to find all people seeking WordPress services, like when you search “logo”. However,
don’t be discouraged. I found the most success, personally, being a middleman for
WordPress services. I feel it’s a lot less competitive and more niche. If people see that you
specialize, they will be more likely to hire you. They’d rather have a “WordPress specialist”
fix their site than an average web designer.