If you’re on a tight budget and looking to hire someone to help you complete the many tasks on your to-do list, consider using the largest marketplace for freelance services, Fiverr.
Outsourcing Wedding Planner Business Services
Fiverr is a platform for freelancers to offer services to customers worldwide at very reasonable rates. If you’re not quite plugged into the business world yet, Fiverr can be very helpful. Here are just a few wedding planner business services I have bought from Fiverr.
When it’s wedding season and you are booked solid for several months, blogging is the very last thing you want to do. But since blogging brings in business, you can’t just stop. That’s where Fiverr comes in. Take a look at your possible freelancers, contact your favorite (the one who writes like you), give him (or her) a topic, and, voilà, in a few days you should have a masterpiece to put on your blog. I have used Fiverr for this purpose many times.
If you are planning on YouTubing a lot, you might want to think about creating a video intro. This will take your brand to a new level and will leave a lasting impression on your audience. You’ll find plenty of skilled video editors on Fiverr.
Email marketing is still pretty big, and if you haven’t already done so, you should consider creating a free opt-in for your potential clients to get them on your mailing list. Once you have subscribers, a Fiverr designer can create a weekly newsletter that matches your brand.
Music for commercial usage can get expensive fast. If you’re thinking of showcasing your work through video using pictures from your weddings and need a little music to go with them, look to Fiverr. They always have new artists who would love to sell their music. Be sure to check their guidelines and requirements for usage before you buy.
I didn’t hire a designer off Fiverr to design my logo, but had I known about it at the time, I might have seriously considered it. If you’re in the market for a logo, be sure to check out their offerings first.
So, bottom line, before you drop tons of money on business services (trust me, they can add up quickly), take a look at the freelance market—you might just be surprised by what you find!