YourFiverr Cribs with Guitario

Today we are in the UK, home of the Queen, Rich Tea biscuits, a talking meerkat and the musical prowess of Guitario

When Guitario, aka Chris, first hit the Fiverr scene, he revolutionized the music category. His gigs were bursting with talent, professionalism and top grade video editing. Chris truly set the bar and continues to do so. Today, we are fortunate to have him show us behind the scenes with his lovely girlfriend Rachel (who is also on Fiverr)

Chris was also kind enough to answer a few of our questions:

1. What’s your name and where are you from?
Hi there, I’m Christopher Watkins from Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK

2. How did you find Fiverr?

Whilst Studying at the University of Wales Newport a few of my friends starting selling on Fiverr. Jackinory, Tommirox, Samcornwell etc and they seemed to be making a decent amount of money. I had heard of fiverr but hadn’t given it much thought much about it until seeing the success my peers were having. I started from there.

3. What the first gig you sold, and is it still active today?

My first gig was I will record you a high quality piece of music for $5 it is still running and to this point in time it is my biggest earner. I have done everything from recording entire albums to righting a song used in a marriage proposal at the summit of everest.

4. What one tip would you give to other sellers?

Keep it fresh. The thing I see on fiverr a lot of the time is people stopping because they aren’t getting enough orders. If you keep making new gigs and updating people will keep ordering. Also it stops you getting bored of what you are offering.

5. What one tip would you give to buyers?

If you want something complicated get in touch will the seller before ordering to avoid cancellations. For a seller the cancellation ratio is very important and its a shame when they have to cancel through no fault of their own.

Keep us the good work Chris!

Twistedweb123, aka Adam, is an online freelancer, owner of Twisted Web Solutions and long term Fiverr user; Programmer, Designer, Father and proud turtle owner

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