Welcome to my Fiverrpal review. With so many money making products out there it can be hard to know what works and what doesn’t.
Today we’re going to be looking at a new product by Dan green called Fiverrpal and you’re more than likely here because you’ve had emails promoting this and you’re looking to see what it’s all about and this review will tell you exactly that.
We’ll even go further than that though, we’ll let you in on any good bits as well as any bad bits and we’ll even tell you who this is going to benefit the most.
The members area will also get look and we’ll take a look at the upsells to see what they are and how much they are going to cost you.
Ultimately we’ll give you our final thoughts on this product and let you know if it’s a worthwhile investment of a complete waste of time and money.
Dan Green is someone who I haven’t come across before so it’ll be interesting to see what he has come up with, hopefully a winner.
OWNER: Dan Green
Fiverrpal Review – What’s It About?
I’m sure you’ll all dying to know just what Fiverrpal is all about, I know I am so I’ll cut right to the chase and spill the beans.
Fiverrpal is a product that allows you to build automated sites that’s sole purpose is to promote Fiverr. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Fiverr they are an online marketplace that has almost any service you can think being advertised on there.
This software creates a site in a choice of 9 different niches that are popular on Fiverr and populates it with 12 gigs (these are what Fiverr calls a service).
Fiverrpal also creates articles for the blog section of the site each tailored to the chosen niche. These are supposed to be spun articles, but all they contain is a snippet of random words with a link to another sites article.
You can add other content, but that means taking other peoples hard work and spinning it and taking credit for it.
You can of course create your own content, but this isn’t being sold as that and chances are you might not be any good at content creation especially content that is going to rank in the search engines.
And seeing as this doesn’t have any SEO training your post is going to sit at the bottom of Google if it gets ranked at all.
I was looking for the traffic training, but this doesn’t have any so it looks like it’s totally reliant on spun content getting you visitors from the search engines which is never going to happen.
There are options for changing the layout of the site and choosing where you steal, sorry I meant get, your content from, but basically that is what Fiverrpal is all about.
A product that creates sites with fiverr gigs on them that spins other peoples content in the hope of your site getting ranked in order to get visitors.
I’m thinking this isn’t the brightest idea I’ve seen and I’m pretty sure people will just go to Fiverr in the first place.[su_divider top=”no”]
Fiverrpal Sales Page
So now we know what this is about and what you have to do let’s take a quick look at the sales page to see what Dan Green has to say about it and what claims are on there.
With what we now know let’s just dissect that headline a bit shall we.
‘BIG EASY daily commissions’? Why. Just because you have a website with some gigs on there doesn’t mean for a second that you’re going to earn ANY commissions.
‘All automated, No manual work needed‘, so this is totally dependent on spun content.
‘Earn up to $150 PER sale‘ Fiverrs affiliate program only pays between $15 and $50 for the gigs that are on your newly made site
“Daily Original Authority Content” to rank on Google. I think that’s a bit rich to claim “original content” seeing as you’re going to be taking other people work. Just because you’re spinning it doesn’t make it right.
I don’t know why, but every product I review especially of late, have the claim of their product just taking 3 steps to start getting results which of course is total rubbish.
This one has their own 3 steps:
- Step 1 – Choose a niche
- Step 2 – Enter your Fiverr affiliate ID
- Step 3 – Click a button and create your site and you’re done.
Now, while the basic site is created there is no way you’re done, you’re going to want to make it your own by putting your own stamp on it.
You’re going to need to create your own content if you want to stand a chance of getting any traffic. You will want to add to the basic 12 gigs which is going to take time researching what ones you want on your site.
Further down the page Dan says himself that he’s sure you’ve heard of Fiverr so why does he think there is a need for this product, people will just go to Fiverr directly.
That is just not true. You are NOT guaranteed to earn up to $150, it depends on what you are promoting. To stand a chance of earning $150 per sale you need to promote Fiverr Pro.
The gigs there cost a lot of money:
If people are considering paying that amount of money they will go straight to the source, not your spammy looking site that is just in it for the commission.[su_divider top=”no”]
Who Is Fiverrpal For?
Fiverrpal is going to appeal to someone who is looking to make money with no work involved, probably a newbie who believes that is possible.
Anyone with experience will know that isn’t the way things work, you won’t earn money without working, it’s a myth that is promoted by vendors so they can sell their next “money with no work” product.[su_divider top=”no”]
The Good Bits
- 30 day money back guarantee
The Bad Bits
- Blog post are created using an article spinner which is terrible for user experience resulting in low or non-existent Google ranking
- The blog posts on my test site were just gibberish with a link to Feedspot blog where the article is.
- The images for the blog posts are the same for different posts
- Take other peoples content
- Poor quality audio on training videos
Inside The Members Area
Time for a look at the members are to see what’s inside there and what the training looks like:
This does have 8 training videos included with it that cover various subjects. The trouble is the audio is terrible, I really struggled to hear.
I had to pump up the volume just to try and hear and forgetting I’d done that I nearly burst my eardrums when I listened to some music!
The videos are:
- How to become an affiliate with Fiverr – 1.14
- How to set up your Fiverr ID – 1.15
- Creating a new gig site – 1.29
- How to change your site layout – 2.09
- Adding and editing pages – 2.03
- Blog content sourcing – 1.56
- Editing and creating new blogs – 1.53
- Content spinning – 1.58
As you can see it’s not the most in depth training, but it does give you the fundamentals.[su_divider top=”no”]
This has an incredible 6 upsells, I don’t mean the upsells are incredible, I just mean having that amount of upsells is incredible. I never see the point of having so many.
I’m not the biggest fan of upsells anyway and for good reason. I’m lucky enough to have readers write and tell me of how much money they lost when they bought upsells.
The way you can lose money on these is if the vendors advertise a money back guarantee on the front end and then leave it off the upsells.
People naturally think the have a guarantee and buy them to try them out to see if they are any good, it’s only when they try and get a refund they find out they can’t.
Matthew told me he lost $600 when it happened to him. You can read his comment here so you know exactly what I mean and hopefully it won’t happen to you.
- OTO #1 – Pro version – $47
- OTO #2 – Easy Amazon Profits – $27 then $27 per month
- OTO #3 – Done for you package – $197
- OTO #4 – Elite marketer – $67
- OTO #5 – Agency – $197
- OTO #6 – White label – $297
That little lot will set you back a staggering $832, no wonder the vendor can afford to give away $3,500 in prize money for his affiliates who sell the most.
Do you need those upsells? No you don’t, and what has Easy Amazon Profits got to do this? It’s just a way to make more money.[su_divider top=”no”]
Whenever I review someone new I’m excited to see what they have come up with. The first thing that comes to mind is if there is any need for this?
I really don’t see the point of it. Why would you want to build a website that has no hope of getting ranked with spun content when people just go direct to Fiverr?
This is being sold on the pretense that it is a review site. A review site that reviews gigs, but all it does is copy what is being said on Fiverr.
There is no review.
So, not only are you using spun content, but you’re also using duplicate content and they reckon google will rank you? Don’t make me laugh.
I made a site in the Graphic and Design niche and the blog articles it had on there were things like ‘Top 15 Ironman Podcasts You Must Follow In 2020’
What on earth does that have to do with the Graphic and Design niche?
It all comes down to relevance.
If that blog did happen to rank and someone clicked on it, what do you think the chances are of them going on to buy a graphic and design gig?
Pretty poor if you ask me, in fact I’d go as far to say it won’t happen.
This is one of those products that has been made to fill a gap that doesn’t exist and not made very well.
I definitely won’t be approving this one guys
What Other Options Are There?
I hope this Fiverrpal review has helped you out and if Fiverrpal hasn’t turned out to be what it promised I’d like to offer you a great alternative.
My suggestion is Affiliate Marketing and if you are not sure what that is you can check out this post here that will give you a good overview.
It’s how I make my money and it’s something that be taught very easily, but you need the right teachers. Wealthy Affiliate have been teaching people like you since 2005 and continue to do so.
I joined them over 5 years ago and have never looked back. I have a full review of WA here that you can read to see what they are all about.
If you like what you see and think you’d like to try it out then I have great news for you. At the moment Wealthy Affiliate are offering free membership so you’ll have no financial risk.
All you need to do is simply click the banner below, no credit card needed, just a name and email address and you’re good to go.
I’ll meet you on the inside and be there to help you every step of the way. You’ll even meet the owners who will stop by to welcome you, but whatever you decide to do I sincerely wish you all the best because there is honestly no feeling like it when you can earn money online :)[su_divider top=”no”]