Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Breaking Apart the What is Fiverr PLR Article

Okay, it's finally time to start the Breaking PLR Content Apart PLR Experiment. As you can probably tell by the name of this experiment, I plan on... well, breaking PLR content apart.

For this part of the experiment, I'm using a PLR Article from the pack of 5 limited edition PLR articles on Fiverr I bought from Easy PLR. The title of the PLR Article is "What is Fiverr.com."

If you would like to have access to these PLR articles, you can get them over at Easy PLR. However, as I mentioned, these are limited edition PLR Articles, so all of the licenses may already be sold sold.

Anyway, let's get started...

The first step of this PLR experiment, is identifying points made in the PLR Article. Actually, now that I think about it... there are only 2 steps. So, once step 1 is done, all I have to do is find evidence/information that supports those points.

Please note that I am taking some of the points very literally, even though I know that when read in the context of the article, it was probably not meant to be taken so literally.

Step 1
Here are some points that the "What is Fiverr.com" PLR Article makes:

  • Fiverr connects service providers and customers
  • Every service that is offered on Fiverr is $5
  • You can find services on Fiverr that you can't find find anywhere else
  • Fiverr is easy to use
  • It only takes a few seconds to sign up for a new account
  • You can pay and get paid for Gigs using Paypal 
  • "Gigs" is the term used on Fiverr for services offered on Fiverr
  • You only get $4 for each $5 Gig... Fiverr gets the other dollar
  • A buyer of services has 100's of options... I'm assuming this means that there are 100's of gigs available


Step 2

The easiest way to find out if this information is accurate... is to go directly to Fiverr's website. So, that's exactly what I'm going to do. But, some of these I'm able to answer without going to the website, because I've bought a few Gigs on Fiverr before. In other words, I can confirm some of the points, based on my limited experience as a buyer on Fiverr.

Here goes...

Fiverr connects service providers and customers
True. Seriously... people go there to order Gigs... I'd say this point is pretty obvious.

Every service that is offered on Fiverr is $5
True... at least every Gig starts off at $5. Certain Gigs have additional options attached to their Gigs and those amounts could exceed $5.

You can find services on Fiverr that you can't find find anywhere else
True... I suppose. Although, maybe not as true as it would have been a while ago. There's a lot of similar sites that have popped up... although, these sites appeared after Fiverr. Fiverr is still the biggest and therefore attracts the most people. With more people, there's a greater chance of unique services being offered. Long story short... this is a fair statement to make.

Fiverr is easy to use
True. I've used Fiverr to buy Gigs before... and it was easy to order Gigs

It only takes a few seconds to sign up for a new account
True... well, I suppose this point will depend on the person. Then again, how long does it take to fill in an email address, username and password?

You can pay and get paid for Gigs using Paypal 
True. Know this from experience

"Gigs" is the term used on Fiverr for services offered on Fiverr
True. I checked the Terms of Service page and the first bullet point said services are called Gigs on Fiverr

You only get $4 for each $5 Gig... Fiverr gets the other dollar
True. See Terms of Service page and look under the sub-heading "Basics"

A buyer of services has 100's of options

True. There's no way I'm going to count them... but there are more than 100 Gigs.

Verdict
This PLR Article contains information that I think is accurate.


Image Credit
Blue Ball of Yarn by PLCMC training account

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