How Freelance Writer Georgia Austin Scaled Her Fiverr Business to 21k Per Month in Just 3-Months
It’s hard to ignore the chatter in the exploding world of freelancing, as more people than ever before quit their 9-to-5s to join the ranks of independent contractors working in a freelancing role. It makes sense when you think about it: freelancing is lucrative, it offers personal freedom to travel and work from anywhere, and it comes with the potential to scale any freelancing profile into a full-fledged business.
The success stories are out there, and they are increasing in prevalence. But, all of these success stories tend to have a similar theme: it took the freelancer, typically, a few years to hit a point where they were earning six-figures per year from their business. Freelancing is seen as a long-term success plan, and for most people, it is.
But, Georgia Austin is not most people. As a Fiverr PRO freelance writer, Level 2 seller, and ghostwriter on Fiverr.com, Georgia is selling what many other copywriters offer today: website content, blogs, articles, product descriptions, SEO landing pages, and amazon product descriptions. She is also offering keyword incorporation with all of her services, making her writing desirable by everyone from entrepreneurs and small businesses to Fortune 500 companies.
From Out-of-Office to an Explosion in Orders
Starting her Fiverr for the first time in April 2020, Georgia wanted to see what all of the hubbub was about (especially in the midst of the COVID-19 initial outbreak). After exploring the site adequately, and averaging around $2,000 per month in revenue, she decided to go out-of-office for the remainder of 2020. It wasn’t until January 2021 that she decided to turn her profile back on and see what her services could do for her.
That’s when Georgia’s stats started to defy the freelancing odds. During her first month back to the freelancing site, she earned $1,902.40 during the month of January. When February arrived, Georgia quadrupled her earnings, this time to $8,631.20.
Thinking that this might be a fluke, Georgia was shocked at the end of March when her total earnings for the month, excluding active orders, topped $21,000.
As of today, March 8, 2021, Georgia has earned $8,200 so far this month, set to potentially crack $30,000 by the end of the month. These monetary figures not only place Georgia in a small, elite group of freelancers on the Fiverr platform, but they also arguably make her the fastest freelancer on the site to earn $21k in a singular month. Even more impressive, Georgia is only 23-years-old, with her 24th birthday on the horizon for June.
Based out of Rio de Janeiro presently, originally from London, Georgia possesses that never-ending itch that plagues entrepreneurs to stay busy and be productive. When asked what drives her to work this hard on Fiverr, Georgia responded, “I am obsessed with personal growth and success. I love being busy and feel anxious when I don’t have anything to do. I am just as shocked by my Fiverr growth as probably everyone else, and am very excited to see where this journey is going to take me.”
Georgia’s success story is testament to the impeccable branding and imagery that can be found on her Fiverr profile, as well as her willingness to go above and beyond for each and every client. Always wanting to be a writer, considering Georgia wrote her first book at only eight-years-old titled, “The Bee That Coulden’t Fly,” Georgia is certainly living her divine purpose far outside of the walls of an office building.
Demand is Outpacing Supply
When an obsession with personal growth and a commitment to working hard collide, in Georgia’s case, the results are industry-shaking. To those wishing to follow a similar path in the world of freelancing, Georgia’s success story should remind us all that freelancing is ‘not too saturated.’ The demand for freelancing services will continue to increase as more businesses than ever before go online. For Georgia, that means 2021 is going to be an unforgettable year.
To check out Georgia’s Fiverr profile, visit: https://www.fiverr.com/georgiaeaustin.
To follow Georgia’s freelancing journey, visit: https://www.instagram.com/georgiaemilyaustin/.