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How Freelance Writer Steffanie Moyers Made $11,200 Last Month on Fiverr

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For those that lament the freelancing world is too saturated or unwelcoming to newcomers, freelance writer Steffanie Moyers has proven that yet again, there is serious money to be made online.

Always knowing that she wanted to be a writer of some kind while following the traditional path to writing employment, Steffanie moved to Hollywood six-years ago to work jobs in the entertainment field. With stints at NBC, MGM, and NETFLIX, to name a few, Steffanie was working with some of the best writers in the field – yet she felt entirely unfulfilled at the end of the day.

Taking the Freelancing Plunge

Feeling like her dream of being a full-time writer and working for herself was nearly impossible, Steffanie began to take online courses and explore what else she could be doing with her innate writing talent. That’s when she stumbled upon a TikTok video, outlining the six-figure possibility of being a freelance writer through the site Fiverr.com. Piquing her interest just enough to give it a try, Steffanie dove in headfirst and signed up on the site that week.

Earning $1,000 in her first month and $2,000 in her second month, the monetary growth kept coming… and coming and coming. Closing out April 2021 having earned $11,200, while bringing in more than $5,000 as of May 11, 2021, Steffanie is on track to comfortably make six-figures this year.

Presently, Steffanie’s Fiverr profile offers the following services: health and wellness blog writing, nonfiction book formatting and editing, article writing, website content writing, Instagram captions, email editing, script writing, fiction book editing, press release writing, and e-book writing. Her starting gig prices vary from $70 up to $220, with her most popular gig being her SEO health and wellness blog writing service. Steffanie’s Fiverr profile has 400-reviews and a nearly perfect 5-star average, which is a testament to her dedication to writing and commitment to customer service.

Additionally, Steffanie’s newfound income and freedom has enabled her to get back to her roots as a novelist, close to completing her fifth novel that she is already shopping to publishers. When asked what her ultimate goal is beyond freelancing, Fiverr, and working for herself, Steffanie stated, “it’s to be a full-time novelist whose books get adapted to screen while hiring enough people to fully automate my copywriting and book editing business.”

She also wants to release an e-book on how she got started freelancing in the next two-months.

Sharing Her Story with the Masses

Steffanie, like many freelancers who experience massive success in a short amount of time, still works a day job from her home and supplements her Fiverr income in the interim. However, she plans to go full-time with freelancing by this summer, while sharing her journey with as many people as possible. That’s why Steffanie posts regularly to her TikTok account, which has over 11,000 followers today. She is informational, educational, and candid about mental health advocacy and support.

Above all, Steffanie wants her followers to know that if this success could happen to her, it can happen to them, too.

For more information, or to view Steffanie’s Fiverr profile, visit: https://www.fiverr.com/steffaniemoyers.

Alexandra is a Florida-based full-time digital nomad, Fiverr PRO freelance writer, and Fiverr millionaire offering website content development, biography writing, press release writing + distribution, blog writing, and e-book writing and editing today. Alexandra is also presently the host of the Freelance Fairytales Podcast, a weekly series that provides individuals with insight and support getting started freelancing, as well as her "Freelancing Mentorship with Alexandra Fasulo" closed Facebook group that is now up to 6,300 members.

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