Getting into the good stuff: 28 Days of Fiverr

The second week of 28 Days of Fiverr has passed in a blur of logos, stickers, floppy disks and flyers. Every day we’ve had a new piece of marketing material made by a different seller on Fiverr for just $5.

Results, as we saw last week, can vary widely. Here’s the round-up of week two.

Peel and win stickers

These were awesome. If you come along to our live car painting for the Adelaide Fringe Waymouth Street Party next Friday the 21st of February, you might be lucky enough to grab one of these for a discount on your next Bluethumb purchase.

Event flyers

We had flyers made to promote the above live art event – the result was a pretty poster that is almost illegible due to the font.

Bluethumb Waymouth Street Party Flyer

It looks cool… but can you read it?

A laser cut floppy disk

A cute piece of nostalgia that’s kitsch and fun but possibly pointless.

An audit of Bluethumb’s SEO

A seriously useful report that, while not hand-crafted all the way through, is nevertheless a great reference point to help get us on the first page of Google for our nominated keyword.

Critique of our Facebook page

This was personalised, giving us four really useful points of advice to improve our social media profile and interact with our audience effectively without annoying all of our lovely customers!

A Bluethumb stamp

A computer generated image of our logo on a stamp. Fun but pointless.

Keep your eye on the 28 Days of Fiverr blog for more fun ideas of what you can do for $5.


Live car art at the Adelaide Fringe Waymouth Street Party

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