Idress Farooq, Nishkarsh Sharma and Rohit Kashyap want you to believe that their Flashing 5RR Profits is the answer to your online money-making worries. They claim it will show you how to consistently earn $100 to $150 every day while working only 30 to 40 minutes per day. They say this three-step system doesn’t require any investment on your part. They say you don’t need to have tech skills, you won’t have to do CPA marketing, you won’t need an existing email list, you don’t need any previous Internet Marketing skills, you don’t need to create and launch a product, and you don’t need to be a copywriter.
I’m not in partnership with Idress Farooq, Nishkarsh Sharma and Rohit Kashyap to promote their Flashing 5RR Profits. I’m only reviewing it objectively to provide information for my reading audience who might be looking to buy it.
Read this short section if you don’t have the time to read the rest of the review: The Flashing 5RR Profits doesn’t fulfill the promises on that sales page you saw because you’ll need some experience and skills to be able to make money with the information in it. Besides, you can’t make as much money in as short a time as the sales page claims. The details are below.
After I checked out, there were two upsells and a down sell. Please see the images below.
The Flashing 5RR Profits is a 51-page eBook about making money on Fiverr.com by creating cartoon animations. One of the web-based cartoon animation creation software they recommended was Powtoon, which you can find at www.powtoon.com. For starters, Powtoon is still under construction, as you’ll see when you watch the videos below. The first video shows that some of the transition-related features are still in the making. The second video shows that the undo and redo buttons are still not ready for users to access.
Furthermore, there’s a learning curve you must overcome before you can begin to use Powtoon to make professional-looking animations that people will be willing to pay for. To make matters worse, the tutorial videos on the Powtoon site don’t sufficiently demonstrate how to use Powtoon to make the kinds of videos you’ve seen other internet marketers use. What those tutorial videos demonstrate is too basic to get you started on a professional basis.
You’ll need plenty of time to practice with it in order to master the timing, the transitioning and several other little tricks that intrigue animation viewers. Then, there’s logo adding, script writing, and voiceovers to do. Each one of those services requires a different learning curve.
Idress Farooq, Nishkarsh Sharma and Rohit Kashyap will have you believe that creating animation gigs will make it easier for you to sell on Fiverr.com. Maybe your chances of selling will be greater with animation than with some of the other overused services like logo creation, eBook cover design, and so on, but you’ll still have to compete with highly competent professionals who’ve had years of experience with animation.
That means to successfully sell your animations, you’ll have to be very good, which isn’t going to take a few minutes of learning and practicing to achieve. That disproves the part of the sales page that claims you don’t need any experience and you don’t need to be techy to succeed with this product. Besides, the sales page says it’s a three-step process that pays you after the third step is achieved. It’s not as simple as that. The steps are more numerous than three.
The Flashing 5RR Profits eBook has basic information in it. Nishkarsh Sharma took some time and pages explaining how a Fiverr account could be created. This is commonplace information because anyone can do it without pointers. Even those who can’t do it on their own can just look it up on Google and get that piece of information for entirely free. For instance, when I typed the words “how to create a fiverr account youtube” I got 634,000 free resources.
Animation isn’t what you’ll do for 30 to 40 minutes per day and earn $100 to $150. That information on the sales page is pure hype. Nishkarsh Sharma himself admits that 2 to 3 hours of animation video creation can fetch $100.
Some folks who sell gigs on Fiverr.com, especially those who are just starting, don’t know much about the best practices. Nishkarsh Sharma, the actual author of the Flashing 5RR Profits, provides useful information on the practices that will save Fiverr entrepreneurs some hassles, loss of time, and a consequent loss of money. For example, he advised that folks who look to make money on Fiverr by selling gigs treat their customers with courtesy and give them specific pointers as to what will be needed to deliver the gigs.
A lot of new Fiverr entrepreneurs get off on the wrong foot by not asking the right questions or putting out pointed buyer instructions, which leads to a lack of clarity and results in a gig buyer’s demands for revisions on a particular gig. Such revisions aren’t in the best interest of the Fiverr freelancer because they’ll increase stress levels and take up the time the freelancer needs to complete other orders.
A couple of other useful pieces of information are the need to over-deliver, offer discounts, and beat deadlines to add value to the customer’s experience. And there’s also the good practice of knowing their names and addressing them properly in correspondences while getting the gig set up for delivery.
Idress Farooq’s, Nishkarsh Sharma’s and Rohit Kashyap’s Flashing 5RR Profits requires a learning curve that nobody talked about on the sales page. You’ll have to be a good enough animation artist to compete favorably with the rest of the animation experts with several years of experience in the field on the Fiverr platform before you can expect to make any money with the information in the Flashing 5RR Profits eBook. Besides, you can’t make as much as $100 or $150 for a few minutes’ work.
Some of the information in that eBook just constitutes fluff. An example is the part where Nishkarsh was describing how to register for a Fiverr account. That information is common and can be had free of charge on the Internet. The Flashing 5RR Profits has potential to make you money if you’re willing to go learn the animation trade and take some time to acquire the level of experience required to compete with the professionals on the Fiverr platform, which is why it’s getting a C rating.
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Eugenson is just a regular guy, except he doesn't believe in the security of nine-to-five jobs and loves to launch out on his own, trying to realize his dreams his way and at his time. He's tried to make money online for quite some time now, purchasing product after product, and has been swindled by a lot of cyber-fraudsters masquerading as make-money-online messiahs. He has many passions, some of which include drawing, painting, writing, and watching comic movies. He's on a revenge mission to hit fiendish scammers hard by writing reviews that reveal the truth about their unethical schemes and worthless products. He hopes to stifle their online, bloodsucking businesses by forewarning their potential victims and depriving them of the payments they depend on. You can consider Eugenson a friend who's here to give you objective product reviews, helping you uncover the online vampires and discover genuine opportunities.