How Much you can Earn Monthly Working on Fiverr (with proof)

I’ve been working part-time as a virtual assistant and a social media manager on Fiverr since June 2020 and I must confess that it has been such a wonderful experience for me so today, I will talk about how much you can earn monthly working on Fiverr.

During the lockdown last year, I woke up one morning and decided to set up a profile on Fiverr. I have always known about Fiverr but I never really thought about working as a freelancer on Fiverr. 

My journey to Top Rated Seller hasn’t always been a smooth and easy one but it was worth it. What started as a way to pass time now bring in 3 times more than my previous job. I must say that it took approximately 6 months before I could earn that much per month. I know a former colleague who earns a little over $7000 a month as a Web designer and a coder. It’s important to mention that he works full time on Fiverr and also outsources some of his projects. Check out how I got my first order on Fiverr here.

Seller dashboard on Fiverr

Competition on Fiverr has become so intense now with people from different parts of the world offering services as low as 5 hours for $5 which I think is rediculous but hey, everyone has a right to price their services the way that suits them.

Currently, I have activated out of the office mood because I’m fully booked right now and can no longer take any new clients. I have been blessed with regular clients who order my gig on a weekly and monthly basis and I must confess that these buyers are the only reason I can still earn a regular income working as a part-time virtual assistant on Fiverr. 

I love to learn new things daily which is why I decided not to choose any niche but to become a general virtual assistant. This means that I help my clients with various tasks ranging from social media to email management, research, customer service, blog/website management, Data entry etc. 

I never outsource my client’s projects because I’m a perfectionist and even though I am a make money fantastic – my customer’s satisfaction and data privacy is my almost priority. I’m not ruling out the possibility of expansion in the future but for now, I’m just comfortable working as a part-time virtual assistant. 

Final Thoughts 

Even though the competition on Fiverr is very high at the moment it is still possible to earn a tangible income as a virtual assistant. I would recommend that you focus on a couple of niches and see what it’s like but if you have a few dollars to invest in yourself, you can pay for some online courses on Udemy or Medium so you can focus on a single niche. While being a general virtual assistant is good it’s even better to focus on a niche and become an expert in that field. 

Got a question?  You can leave a comment below or contact me at hello@prudentmom.com 

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