This post is sponsored by Fiverr.
My favorite thing to do at the end of the day is to crash on the couch and veg out. It seems like my days keep getting longer and longer and as I am on that couch I sometimes wish for a 26 hour day so I could get those couple of extra things completed.
I have really been trying to focus and get the most out of my day and optimize my time. In the past I have been bogged down spending hours trying to figure out something technical on my blog, like programming or WordPress issues. I think it’s something that should be somewhat simple and I can figure it out, and I always do, but sometimes it takes hours instead of minutes, and then my entire schedule is blown up.
Fortunately one of my favorite websites has gone mobile! I had the opportunity to review the Fiverr App for the iPhone and I love it. I have talked about Fiverr’s web site and how there are many 5 dollar gigs available to help make your day easier. Well now the same 5 dollar gigs are available to you for easy access from your iPhone.
The Fiverr iPhone app provides the same functionality and ease of use as if you were on your computer. You have access to all the same gigs, such as graphics, writing, videos, music, tech and programming, advertising, gifts and many more.
The iPhone app gives lets you scroll and tap to select a gig to review. When you select a gig, you are given a description of the service or product that is provided, the cost and description for potential upgrades, and then you are also provided the review history for this provider.
You can purchase this gig right from your phone, this is perfect for me when I have a technical issue on my blog, now I can spend 5 bucks, let someone deal with and fix my technical issues and I can get back to my busy life without spending hours to teach myself something.
It all goes back to asking yourself, what is your time worth? If spending 5 bucks can save you a couple of hours – sign me up!
Check out the Fiverr app for the iPhone, it is free to download and fun to use. What would you use it for?