Easy Money Making Fiverr Gig Idea

June 11, 2014 Internet Stuff 0

Do you need a money making gig idea? One way to find easy money making Fiverr gig idea is to see how other people are doing, what other people are selling. Sometimes, you don’t really need to start off with a brand new idea, you just have to find some gigs you are interested in, and provide a similar one with more added value, faster service, and better support, or maybe add a little twist to it as well.

For example, some people are selling word cloud on Fiverr, is that something you could think about? Selling word clouds could be one of the easiest money making gigs, actually you might make more money if you plan to sell your word cloud design on stock image websites, or T-shirt web stores.

The basic of creating a word cloud is pretty simple and straightforward, and there are many free online tools to help you with that. Here is a sample using keywords from this blog’s free dropshipper info page.


TagCrowd & Wordle – Based on a few parameters such as language of text, maximum number of words to show, or show frequencies, TagCrowd can extract keywords for you from your supplied text, uploaded file, or a web page URL. Now paste your list of keywords to Wordle, you can create a word cloud with some options of changing the language, font style and colour.

From Wordle FAQ: Can you make money off of Wordle images? Yes. You may take a Wordle, put it on your book cover, your t-shirt, your campaign poster, what have you. You may get rich off it. Keep in mind that if you save a Wordle to the public Gallery, then you can’t control how other people use it. If you want to give credit to wordle.net, feel free! But it’s not required.

Tagxedo – Tagxedo is my other favourite word cloud tool. You can create, and modify your word cloud based on a number of settings such as colour, theme, font, orientation, layout, and even shapes. The current beta version allows you to upload your own shape for free.

From Tagxedo FAQ: What is the licensing requirement for using images created or derived from Tagxedo? The images created by Tagxedo, and their derivatives, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike License 3.0, and must be attributed to http://www.tagxedo.com. The images created by Tagxedo and their derivatives are free for personal use, including usage on personal blogs, non-profit organizations, and non-profit education institutions, subject to the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike License.