Product Name: Product Name: Fiverr Profit Eagle
Product Owner: Barbara Ling
Advertised Price: $10.89
What is it?
Fiverr Profit Eagle is an ebook that’s supposed to show you ten ways to make money on Fiverr without setting up gigs.
Fiverr Profit Eagle is a poorly organized and confusing product. It contradicts its own information multiple times. I found it hard to understand, which made me want to give up on it several times. It seems like another product that was created with a quantity over quality mindset, and that’s never a good thing for buyers.
Before You Buy
There are three upsells, which come to a total of $166.28 if you were to buy them all.
The first upsell provides you with a list of over 381 niches that you can apply the methods taught in the core product. Barbara claims she has done all of the research and found over three hundred evergreen niches that can still be exploited.
Product Creation Expresso is the next upsell. This is a guide that shows you how to create products (not services) you can sell on Fiverr. What is a Fiverr product? It could be an Ebook on how to make money in a certain Fiverr niche or a video series that teaches people how to make money with Fiverr.
Then there’s a subscription service that guarantees you every future product solution that Barbara creates. She claims she has created over 80 product solutions and that she’s a product solution creation machine.
In addition, you’re given all of Barbara’s blueprint products. Barbara sometimes releases 2 product solutions per month, or it could be 4, the value here is that instead of paying full price for her product solutions you subscribe for a monthly fee of $37 to get them for that price no matter how many she releases in a month.
$37 is just insane, when you can get access to membership sites that provide you with much more.
What I Liked
There’s really not much to like about this product. There is a lot of content though, and Babara has done in one area…
Lots of Resources
Fiverr Profit Eagle includes a lot of resources to things such as copywriting guides and how to create a simple mobile app. For nearly everything that requires you to take some sort of action, there’s also resources for you to learn from to help you do so.
This is great for newbies because instead of leaving it to you to learn how to do yourself, you’re simply nudged in the right direction. There’s even a summary of the main resources Barbara use herself at the end of the Ebook.
One of the methods in Fiverr Profit Eagle requires building a list of people to continuously sell products to.
Fiverr Profit Eagle shows you the resources you need to make this happen, and more. For example, some of the tools recommended include a free list building course, email autoresponders you can use, copywriting guides and even a community you can join that you can learn from and ask for help.
What I Didn't Like
This could be a good thing in some cases where you’re learning about a topic that has somewhat of a steep learning curve, but that’s not the case here. Even though I pointed out the fact that Fiverr Profit Eagle is filled with information, it’s the way the information is organized that makes it something I don’t like.
This ebook is not newbie friendly, there is just way too much information. Think about it, this ebook condenses ten methods of making money with Fiverr into less than fifty pages. There are so many links to guides and additional information that by the time you have completely read through them, it would be like reading two or three books. But at least books are organized.
Not to mention, many of the links are to things you must sign up for to start making money, such as affiliate networks, private Fiverr communities, email marketing programs, social networking guides.
For the most part it’s all helpful information and links, it’s just not organized and there isn’t much explaining. Instead of telling you which affiliate networks are the best, Barbara just lists several that you can sign up for. There’s even other gig related sites that are just like Fiverr Barbara recommends promoting your services on, but once again, instead of telling you which ones are the best she just lists several of them and tell you good luck.
It seems that there was too much importance placed on the quantity of information in Fiverr Profit Eagle rather than quality of information.
There are also ten methods of making money with Fiverr that this ebook goes over, but she never tells you which ones are the best or which ones she makes money with.
Obviously, the ebook itself is one of her Fiverr products, but is she really just making money off of telling other people how they can make money with Fiverr? Because that’s actually what she suggests you can do at one point.
The whole idea behind this product is to make money from Fiverr without setting up any gigs. However, in one section Barbara states that creating a Fiverr gig is one of the most lucrative methods in her guide. Huh?
To make things worse, this section is the most detailed part of the entire product. While her other methods are vague, unorganized and confusing, this one section is completely thorough. That’s aggravating in itself, because the information she’s giving you here can be found on Fiverr’s own website for free.
On her salespage Barbara says doing gigs for $5 is “slaving away.” So why would she create a section about this at all?
There are plenty of ways to make money online, but I’ve always found affiliate marketing to be the easiest to understand, and the cheapest to get started in. An $11 domain is all you need to get started. You can learn how to do what I do here.
Just to be clear here: Are you saying its contradicting itself because its telling you to offer a service-based gig now, instead of selling a product?