Fascinating Facts About Fiverr that You Never Suspected

First of all, Fiverr has grown exponentially in the last few years, becoming one of the world's biggest marketplaces where freelancers can offer their services online and customers can search for what they need and hire whoever, whether it's at Basic, Standard, or Premium plan.

Of course, there always exist both negative and positive points about everything under the sun, and Fiverr is no exception. Learn what are the 8 Fascinating facts about Fiverr by continuing to read my list below:

1.  Fiverr gives work for millions

The little known fact is that over 3 million registered freelancers signed up by 2012. This means Fiverr is a great place to begin if you require anyone to do a one-time job for you.

2.  Fiverr expanded by 600 percent!

The company has experienced amazing growth very early in its short history. The most extraordinary is that they launched their service first in 2010; in only two years Fiverr was already hosting over 1.3 million gigs via their site. The sheer volume of transactions conducted on the website has exploded by 600% from the time frame of 2012 to the present.

3.  The company had a unique beginning

The two founders are Shai Wininger and Micha Kafman. Wininger was the one who dreamed up the original idea for a marketplace where there would be a two-sided platform for both buying and selling digital services.

4.  Amazon.com takes legal action against Fiverr

In October 2015, Amazon.com sued the company. Claims were made against over 1,100 Fiverr sellers who added counterfeit reviews on the US version of the website. Amazon does everything in its power to keep their reviews genuine and such actions violated their terms of use and putting forth these types of fake claims are truly fraudulent.

5.  Fiverr bought two smaller companies

It's not uncommon for a big company to acquire smaller companies which will fortify their overall portfolio. First in its history, Fiverr bought off VeedMe, which was a smart move since it's a video creation marketplace that would only enhance the services that are offered by Fiverr freelancers. Next, they purchased AND CO in 2018. AND CO is a software maker that's intended for freelancers.

6.  The public lashes out against Fiverr in 2014

Fiverr received harsh criticism on account of making an ad which promoted extremely cost-effective graphics services. When they hinted that people were overpaying for design on a Facebook ad, it was somewhat over the top. Before this happened, they limited their freelancers to an unusually low cost of only $5 for providing graphics services and were profiting off them, whereas freelancers got peanuts for their services. But after the public outcry, Fiverr removed the base price of $5 for the service and began permitting their designers to charge more appropriate fees.

7.  Fiverr was scolded for promoting unhealthy habits

The company was criticized more harshly in 2017. They became villainous by portraying extreme work behaviors and unhealthy lifestyles as ideals which everyone ought to copy as well.

8.  YouTube fans were incensed with Fiverr

In 2018, Fiverr again runs into trouble by generating controversy and negative reactions. This time it came from YouTube fans. They were really upset that Fiverr allowed the freelancer Pete Accetturo to create a satirical video which turned viral on YouTube. Why all the noise? In the video he was requesting the audience to reveal their credit card information. 

But despite all the negatives, controversy, and "clumsiness," Fiverr still remains a good location online where anyone can offer their services and potential buyers can now afford to pay for services but at a fraction of what would normally cost elsewhere.

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Is Hitler Roaring in Mad Laughter as the US Turns into Another Nazi State?

With all that has taken place already and continues to happen but more or less subtly, I sincerely feel like I am living in communist China. I'll give you some idea why I believe the United States is going straight to Hell in a Nazi fashion: 

Over the past 6 months many of my forum posts have been shot down! That's right, they have just vanished mysteriously as if never existing! Where's my basic right of freedom of expression as an American? I have been noticing that even my forum accounts have started disappearing without administrators notifying me what's wrong. You dismiss contemptuously these incidents as coincidental, but more than 5 forum accounts vanishing without a trace are not coincidences! 

At certain forums I can never post anything new; each time I have tried, something weird always happens that prevents me from posting. 

While I was building and attempting to add the first three lines of a summary for describing my latest "ebook," King of the Bullies, which had the words "largely true," these lines kept magically disappearing from the web page after I had pressed the save button. 

Oppression has escalated to such an unthinkable, ridiculous peak that I was first forced to do the following: 1. Go to Starbucks every day so I can use its free Internet service to resume building links for my websites to keep them alive. 2. Then to the public libraries to work on a number of online projects. 3. Finally, now to department stores very regularly, where I adopt the role of a customer, roam about the aisles filled with laptops on display, surf the web and work as before. Although I have a HP laptop and Internet connection available at home, I can never use either, for my "mysterious oppressor" pops up and aggressively blocks all my attempts to go online.

Side Bar: For sure, many of you, if not every person reading this forum post, thinks I must be imagining these incidents. If you are yet on the fence and want actual visual proof, read the next incident. 

I have started on my latest Internet project, cancer care insider, a website offering free insights into top-ranking cancer hospitals in the US. A few days into building this website, my oppressor struck once again; this time he caused the image of  Abramson Cancer Center Reviews to superimpose over the web pages's heading, and only allowed the first few letters of the word "Abramson" to appear. Please, go to the top of the menu of cancer care insider, visit "Abramson Cancer Center Reviews" link, you'll see visual proof, and perhaps now realize that I am not making this stuff up! As much as I tried to correct this "corruption," I could not get the image to drop a little. Why would I sabotage my own website? On another project corruption was more fully realized after I added some content at www.perfectamino.xyz/p/roc-retinol-correxion-deep-wrinkle.html. And what can I possibly gain by doing this? This is a typical example of what I call "sneak attack." Why do you suppose I quit trying to add images of cancer centers? This mysterious person won't let me do so without making the image superimpose over the web page's heading. 

On June 30 of this year, 2021, I placed an order at Amazon totaling exactly $118.52. On August 25, I received a very odd email from Amazon in my inbox informing me that I have been charged $118.52, again! I called customer service and could only get them to refund me $110.19, stealing $8.33 for no good rational reason! 

Most of the last presidential elections were manipulated in one way or another. 

If you suspect only slightly that voting corruption detracted from the most recent election, you will want to read Who Stole Donald Trump’s Presidency in the 2020 Election? In this article I substantiate two critical factors: 
1) Election voting systems were hacked. 

2) The party responsible for the criminal act. 

I painted a consistent "picture" because I know it's only human nature to doubt everything that seems initially "far-fetched" in any narrative.

Fascinating Facts About Fiverr that You Never Suspected

First of all, Fiverr has grown exponentially in the last few years, becoming one of the world's biggest marketplaces where freelancers...