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Linnea Sage, known as linneas88 on Fiverr®, is a hardworking actor in New York City. She has many wonderful theater, film, television and commercial credits, but she now considers Fiverr her day job.
Linnea’s been selling Gigs® on Fiverr …
Guest Blogger: Adam, known on Fiverr® as Twistedweb123
It all started about 18 months ago when my first son, Isaac, was born and I was named Fiverr’s first Super Seller, which led to a huge increase in orders and revenue. From that point on, the revenue had been put aside to save for two things: a ring for my girlfriend and a house for my family. In February of this year, I was able to fulfill the first of those dreams, an engagement ring for my girlfriend.
With a second child on the way, I really wanted to incorporate my children into the proposal and create something my whole family would cherish for years to come. I came up with the idea of creating a children’s book for my kids.
Easter is a holiday that feeds creativity. Whether you’re painting eggs, making chocolates, preparing an egg hunt or adding a festive flair to your website, your creative juices are flowing and that is what we most love about this holiday.
On any day, you won’t have trouble finding creative Gigs® on Fiverr®. During the holidays, many sellers bring something extra special to the table. Here are 5 Easter Gigs that caught our eye:
Are you thinking about starting your own business and looking for sage advice? We know there are a million and one books on entrepreneurship. So, we’ve sifted through the stacks and compiled the top 10 books we think every budding entrepreneur should read.
Given that a whopping 75% of businesses are so micro they have zero employees and small businesses generated over 65% of the net new jobs since 1999, it’s clear that soon almost everyone will be an entrepreneur. Traditional hierarchies are disappearing as the self-employed hire each other in droves.
Here are five new hard truths you must accept and embrace in order to survive and thrive in this Gig Economy.