$1 Million+ Freelancing on Fiverr | How Alexandra Fasulo Built a 7-Figure Freelancing Business by the Age of 28

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Today on the podcast I am joined by Alex Fasulo, a freelancing expert who to date has made over $1 million dollars on the freelancing marketplace Fiverr. If you are a freelancer or considering joining a platform like Fiverr or Upwork, this is the episode for you!

During this interview, I got the to dive into Alex’s freelancing business and get a better understanding of what makes her different and how she found so much success on a marketplace that many people fight over $5 gigs on. You will learn how Alex was able to increase her prices from $5 per gig to over $1000 a gig, why showcasing your personality and brand are so important to stand out on freelancing platforms, and how to leverage premium freelancing platforms to boost your income overnight.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to deal with high profile clients?
  • Why Alex decide to pursue Fiverr and freelancing?
  • How Alex’s childhood helped her realize her freelancing skills?
  • What is FiverrPro and differences with regular Fiverr?
  • Tips for people starting freelancing in order to stand out
  • How to build trust with your clients
  • How to build teams and scale when running a freelancing business
  • The importance of diversifying your income
  • Can you build a successful business doing ‘general’ things, or should you niche down from the beginning?
  • A day in Alex’s life (schedule)
  • Should you be ‘everywhere’ or stick to specific freelancing sites?
  • Advantages and disadvantages of freelancing?
  • What is the Freelance Fairytales podcast?

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