146. Make $10,000+ per month - Make money with Fiverr gig arbitrage, reselling gigs on other gig websites
You can easily make $1,000-$10,000+ per month reselling gigs from one gig website to another (there are over 20 gig websites).
Like a $5 Fiverr gig resold for $10 on SEOclercks, or a $20 Fiverr gig resold for $40 on SEOclercks, giving you at least $20 per day profit.
If you do 10 gigs like that, the most popular gigs, and 5/20 gigs is sold each day on these 20+ gig websites, you make an easy $1,000 per day profit (10 gigs * 5 gigs on 20+ gig websites sold per day * $20 profit per gig).
Gigs can be Youtube promotion, Instagram promotion, website promotion, SEO, backlinks creation, etc you name it.
Just search on Fiverr for most popular quality gigs to be resold, as well as search on other gig websites to resell gigs on Fiverr, etc
Sometimes, gigs can be found cheaper than on Fiverr or not yet available on Fiverr.
People from all around the world compete for the cheapest prices and best quality on these gig websites, a gig normally costing $50 by a US worker can be found for $5 by an Indian worker.
Lastly, once you have 20-50 gigs to be resold, think of creating your own website (like a SEO company website), as to resell those gigs to the mass public. This is a slower start, but produces more customers each month as you can grow unlimited. You can always advertise your website cheaply and turn your advertising into a profit.
Also note, on Fiverr there are fees like $2 per gig, you have to take this into consideration, a $5 gig may cost you $7. So you resell for at least $12. As well, there are tips to be earned on these gig websites, that would bring in extra money.
Also note, on many gig websites like on Upwork, you can charge by the hour, like $20 per hour to perform a gig. So your profit margin can be much higher (for example, you charge $20 per hour for 5 hours and make $100, while the gig costs you only $7, $5+$2 fees on Fiverr, thus over $90 profit)!
Here are the most important Fiverr-alike gig websites, so you can resell to over 20 websites at once (each website may give you one sale or more per gig per day!)
TA is normally referred to as one of those short tasks sites.
Comparatively speaking, TaskArmy may not be as familiar a name as Fiverr.
And I think it is for good reason: the website actively discourages over aggressive bidding and keeps a tight lid on work quality, which has become the norm with some other micro jobs websites (including Fiverr).
Instead of automatic approval, those who want to provide a service will have to go through diligent processes and only real people behind the website will make that approval decision.
The website encourages competitive bidding, but just as well, they always emphasize that bidding price should stay proportionate and realistic.
The mark of professionalism is hard to miss, and I recommend this site strongly regardless if you are in the mood to buy or sell.