Product Name: Easiest 5rr Cash Ever
Product Owner: Bamdad Sky, Gaurab Borah
Advertised Price: $27
Upsells, $67, $67 (offered with discounts)
What Is It?
Learn how to create, optimize, and manage Fiverr gigs to make money online.
Though I think that this is not as “easy” or lucrative as the advertising claims, Bandad Sky does a good job delivering quality information and this method of making money online can certainly work for some people.
Before You Buy
I started off in a bad mood reviewing Easiest 5rr Cash Ever because I didn’t like the way the OTO’s were delivered. I guess this is just my marketing style, but personally, I hate slogans like “Make 300% more money in 1/2 the time” or “Work smarter instead of harder”.
It’s marketing gibberish that doesn’t say much about the product we’re buying and hypes up expectations. Maybe people in the WSO world are used to that, but I don’t think the average buyer appreciates its. On top of that, the creators of Easiest 5rr Cash Ever were too lazy to even name their “one time offer” pages, so they just called them oto1 and oto2, plus downsell 1 and downsell 2.
Note: Both offers are available inside the members area, so they aren’t really a “one time offer” now are they?!
But despite disagreeing with their sales funnel strategy, they did deliver in the course, and I ended up giving them a good review. You might think that 82/100 isn’t that good, but this is on the higher end of the scale for what I normally give WSOs.
What I Liked
Good Content Volume + Quality
Here is a list of the videos you get inside the members area.
- Introduction to Fiverr – 8 min
- Silver Selling Strategies – 14 min
- Golden Selling Strategies – 11 min
- Increase Positive Reviews and Remove Negative Reviews – 6 min
- Fiverr Communication Methods – 4 min
- What to sell on Fiverr – 15 min
For the $8 I paid for it, Easiest 5rr Cash Ever was totally worth the cost. If I paid the full $27 I might not be as satisfied, but I think about between $7 and $17 is an appropriate price.
Sky was very clear in the on how to create effective, SEO friendly, high converting gigs. He gives example campaigns, example texts, how to avoid bad situations like negative reviews, and how to take advantage of certain Fiverr aspects like using attractive women to increase CTR.
It was clear that he has experience and insight into making money on Fiverr.
Legitimately Interesting And Has Profit Potential
At the end of the lessons he lists multiple resources for certain types of popular gigs like banner creation, article spinning, and SEO services.
Actually, after viewing the videos and the types of gigs he recommends, I think a lot of this stuff could be outsourced. If you want to work outsourcing into your plan, you might consider purchasing the OTOs, which are actually listed in the members area.
THAT is the style of marketing I prefer! Sky delivered a good course and piqued my interest. Now I would consider purchasing related products or services.
I honestly think that there is some profit potential here. I mean, I guess Fiverr had the potential for profit anyway, but this product can serve as your beginners course to navigating the site and give you some insight into what works and what doesn't.
What I Didn’t Like
Not The Best Presentation Style
Bamdad Sky, the person presenting in the videos, has a slightly robotic reading style. Sometimes he speeds through the slides, and since he also has an accent, it can be hard to catch what he’s saying.
Most of the time it’s not bad, but a few times I had to rewind. It was also quite dry, but I can’t be too critical of that because I do the same thing in my videos sometimes. I’d rather have a dry, prepared presenter than an off-the-cuff “make it up as you go” type of video.
Not That Easy or Fast
They have have a decent disclaimer on the sales page that says “This is NOT a “get rich quick” scheme and our results are NOT typical.” in big bold font.
However, it’s still called Easiest 5rr Cash Ever, and frankly, I don’t think it’s going to be that easy to make money this way. Possible? Yeah. Easy? Making money is never easy.
I think a lot of newbies will be expecting some really simple strategies, but the fact is, you still have to set up your gig, get traffic to it, learn the services (or pay to outsource them and figure out who delivers good product), and all that goes along with running a business.
Plus, a lot of the gigs he mentioned for examples were typical SEO and website services like article spinning, video animations, SEO, backlinks – stuff that is well known and high competition.
If you really want to dig into the Fiverr thing, this is a good course to buy. But if you are hoping to make some quick cash to fund other efforts, I don’t think you will see the fast results you are expecting and I would rather see you focus your efforts on a project you care about.