Yes. I’m glad to answer. Fiverr has improved a great deal from when it started. And income depends on ratings and work history on there, as well as projects writers take on contract or gigs. I have a good friend who writes and edits resumes there. She’s earning a significant amount — roughly $150-$200 per resume, which includes a live consultation and one draft resume, and one edit/final version.
And the option to gain viable long-term writing clients is there as well. Starting out, will a writer earn a huge income? No. Likely not. But with enough reviews, and projects — the earnings increase substantially.
This is also a good example of earning potential. It does reflect diversified work, not just writing, but it’s still a good point. https://www.codeinwp.com/blog/how-to-make-money-on-fiverr/