PPC Tips Written by 0

It never ceases to amaze me, all of the different and creative ways people come up with for making money online. Whether that be creating pay per click ad campaigns of their own, or creating the tiny, miniscule and annoying jobs that ppc marketers might not want to deal with.

Fiverr.com is a micro job web site that has thousands of jobs available at any given time. The majority of the jobs are $5 each, but can go up to $10, $15 or $20 depending on the complexities.

Let’s take a look at some of the ppc related jobs you can find on Fiverr right now.

Fiverr PPC Foreign Languages

PPC Ad Copy Translations

Not everyone has the time, money or knowledge to translate their own ad copies to different languages. When you use free tools like Google Translate it might not even make sense half the time. For only $5 you can send you ad copy to someone on Fiverr and they will translate all of your ad copy for you.

Fiverr PPC Competitors

Simple Competitive Keyword Research

Sometimes you just don’t feel like to doing simple tasks like pulling reports on your competitors keywords and rankings. There are several jobs on Fiverr that will do this process for you. Best of all… only $5!

Fiverr PPC Ads Gig

Coming Up With New PPC Ad Copy

In previous posts I’ve talked about how ugly landing pages work really great. The same can be said for text ad copy… you don’t need to be an English major or a poet to find success. This means that outsourcing the process and getting new ideas from outside sources might provide you with your next big winner. For only $5 you can have three new “killer” ppc ad copies to test and compare against your own results.

Fiverr PPC Social Tags

Staying Up to Date with the Trends

Staying successful in the world of ppc marketing is all about knowing what people are searching for and creating relevant keywords. Some Fiverr jobs will compile reports for you that provide all of the latest trends, hashtags and what people are searching for. Again… a new and creative outsourcing method for only $5.

Understanding How Fiverr Works

Now some of you might be saying, “I’m not going to trust my ad copy and campaigns to someone else for $5!“. That’s true, but I am simply giving you ideas for how you can expand your methods for improving your ad campaigns and coming up with new and creative ad copy and research methods… especially without having to spend hours on the research yourself.

Fiverr Online Marketing Gigs

Fiverr isn’t just for ppc related jobs, but you can search for literally anything. Outside of ppc jobs, they have some really creative and unique jobs that are useful to online marketers, such as video production for testimonials for reviews, blog posting, social networking and much more. Jobs can range anywhere from $5 to $50+ with further upsells and requests.

Once you find a job on the site you would like to perform, you need to place an order through Fiverr and you will provide the user with your job details. The user will then get to work on your job and provide you with the completed project in usually a few days. Once sent over and approved, your payment will then be handled through Fiverr and sent to the person who created your job.

Fiver is also more of a community than a shopping site, which means every user has their own portfolio of jobs and feedback. This is great as it gives you a better understanding of who you are working with and what to expect.

I’ve personally used Fiverr many times and it’s an excellent resource for anyone who is willing to take the time to find the best workers on the site. Some of the jobs are automated and provided by software, hence them being only $5. There are also many services for blasting links all over the place. I would stay away from these and stick with the more creative and useful jobs.

Check out Fiverr.com and see how you can spend $5 and make your campaigns and marketing efforts go further.

Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at BloggingTips.com and ZacJohnson.com, as well as the author of Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger on Amazon.com.

Share your comment

Your email is never published or shared.

*
You may use these HTML tags and attributes:
<a href="" title="" rel=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>