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SEO Clerks vs Fiverr

Discussion in 'Project Management and Outsourcing' started by Jadster, Nov 17, 2013.

  1. Jadster

    Jadster New Member Webmaster

    What are your thoughts on both of these sites? Do you have a specific choice between the 2? I personally haven't yet used Fiverr but have been with SEO Clerks for a good bit now. I enjoy how SEO Clerks works and I am looking at Fiverr a bit here and there but I haven't exactly gotten into making an account yet. What do you think between the 2 sites?
  2. FPForum

    FPForum Drop Catching Expert Webmaster

    Not really familiar with SEO clerks but I do like Fiverr..I've had pretty good luck on there in the past and with a $5 cap you really can't go wrong...
  3. Pranav7Designer

    Pranav7Designer New Member Webmaster

    I am a fiverr seller from past 2 years. I use to develop seo content from websites. I had a huge success with my 2 GiGs with 94% Positive Rating. You can just have a look at my fiverr's profile.

    Try fiverr anytime for maximum sell or to buy anything just for $5. :)
  4. littlebelgianwriter

    littlebelgianwriter New Member Webmaster

    I am not all familiar with SEO Clerks. I joined Fiverr 5 months ago, and I am primarily a Fiverr translator. I must say that there are a lot of SEO related gigs to be found on Fiverr such as article writing and so on. However, I have found out by having had an article writing gig myself on Fiverr that there are some Black Hat SEO people that are active on Fiverr.
    Sometimes, I got the idea that it did not really matter what I was writing for those people, as long as their keywords were mentioned enough times.
    That is not my idea of SEO, I guess that is why I call them Black Hat SEO people, I suppose. In my view, SEO is here to enhance the content and not to become the content. Though my article writing gig had 100% positive rating, I suspended it and continued to only be a translator. It is just something that I did not want to be a part of.
    So I would say that Fiverr offers good SEO opportunities but that you have to be aware of both the sellers and the buyers that are out there.
    In my view, it would be a good idea that Fiverr would deny some kinds of gigs and/ or monitor the behaviour of certain buyers. SEO is such a useful tool. It should not be abused.
    I will look into SEO clerks though!
  5. Jessi

    Jessi New Member Webmaster

    For selling, I prefer SEO Clerks. I feel like people coming there are more niche-specific. As in, they are all coming there because they want website improvements or services of some sort. They're not necessarily looking for random or unique fun services like many people on Fiverr are. I feel like there's less competition on SEO Clerks, too.

    For buying, though, I go to Fiverr. There are more choices, more established sellers, and more variety of options over all (meaning, not just the service choices, but also the types of sellers and variations of gig types). There also seem to be more add-on type services on Fiverr than on SEO Clerks and I'm not entirely sure why.
  6. terryse

    terryse Member Webmaster

    I have signed up with Seoclerks and Fiverr before. With Fiverr, after my first gig of writing a seo article, i stopped writing there. With your $5 per article earning, you are left with $3 after some deductions. With SeoClerks, i like the organization of their site though i have not written a single article at their site as i became busy forum posting. Between the two sites, i prefer SeoClerks.
  7. MartinEvans

    MartinEvans Member Webmaster

    I'm afraid I don't trust fiverr - at the end of the day you get what you pay for, you can't get anything of much quality that cheaply - and with SEO Clerks there is obviously a focus on SEO so for people to get a good review they must provide a good service - easier way to pick the good gigs from the bad then...
  8. calmacalma

    calmacalma New Member Webmaster

  9. Lnyda

    Lnyda New Member Webmaster

    Fiverr have been on top but since seoclerks came in 2013, it has taken much recognition. Their affiliate system made their brand to spread at high speed.

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