Hi all,

 

I have been using fiverr.com and wanted to share it. These experts charge $5.00. It's great if you need a banner or logo design or almost anything else you may need for your blog. So far, I've hired a voiceover for my radio show, hired someone to do a video for my site, hired to have a flyer done and hired for an SEO plan for my blog.

If you'd like the names of who I used, please let me know. You can check out the video I had done at www.getbullysavvy.com and the voiceover on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/raisinggreatmen1

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I have heard of them before and then forget when I need to have something done!  Thanks for refreshing my memory.  I think and SEO plan would be awesome too.  It takes SO much time to do the research. :)

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I've also used Fiverr for voice overs and content writing. Its good for people like me who can't afford to  hire someone on a consistent basis. Not only that, but you can find some excellent services for only 5 bucks. Products Reviews, Video Reviews, Voice Overs, Content Writers, etc... I love it :)

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