If you’re reading this blog, chances are you’re interested in being part of the growing Gig Economy. Even if you’re already an active member of the Fiverr community, it’s always a good idea to take a moment to understand where the industry stands on a global stage and what it means to be part of it. This week, we’ve decided to go back to basics and take a look at what the Gig Economy is, why it’s changing the way we work, and how you can successfully be part of it.
Freelancers of the future
No matter what generation you’re a part of, witnessing the workers of tomorrow fuel the growth of freelancing around the world is both eye-opening and inspiring. If you’re stuck in the traditional mindset of what a typical career looks like, this is also a great article for getting a glimpse of a new paradigm of professional opportunities. Check out how the youth of today are changing the meaning of work.
Optimizing your freelancing
Whether you’re a seasoned Fiverr seller or you’re just looking to dip your toes in, this article from our blog is essential for understanding how to maximize your income. Freelancing requires a “go-getter” attitude and this post will give you understand how to adopt that attitude and how to use it to grow your business.
Expand your freelancing
We believe in the Gig Economy holistically, which means seeing and seeking opportunities everywhere. In addition to building your business and your career on Fiverr, there are plenty of ways to make money doing things that you already do on the side and it would be a shame to miss out on those chances! Check out this list of six ways you can participate in the Gig Economy, aside from Fiverr.
Use the Gig Economy world
Already part of the Gig Economy? Congratulations! But are you really using its full potential to your advantage? It’s easy to miss out on the many opportunities for capitalizing on the Gig Economy. That’s why we recently wrote this post about how to use Fiverr to market yourself and make your place in this new world.
Where do you fit in the Gig Economy? Tell us in the comments!