Fiverr money !
A CSV (comma-separated values) file is not only divided by commas but also contains " for each value. The structure is like that "x","y" etc. You just need to properly import it into excel. As you can see on the video review data is perfectly structured and nothing is messed up.Review
I was given a free copy by @kelturon in order to give my honest feedback.
You get one zip file that contains 244 CSV files. 243 of those files have data for one specific category (e.g. Local SEO).
The amount of data you get is really high. As I said you get 243 separate .csv files that you can easily use to spy on your competitors. Each file contains some general info about the gigs, starting price, reviews each gig has and even how many pending orders they have.
One issue I have is that a lot of gigs use commas in their title which is also the divider for each column. This will mean that a lot of the rows are all over the place if you want to properly display the data inside Microsoft Excel. Maybe there is the possibility to use semicolons as separators instead of commas.
This pack definitely gives you a lot of value when it comes to spying on Fiverr competitors. The fact that the .csv files are separated by commas really messes the data up though.
The value of this pack is that you get all the data in one place, you would otherwise need to manually check on Fiverr. This definitely saves some time instead of going through each category yourself and finding the best sellers.
But just to be clear, the information you get is already publicly available on Fiverr just not compressed into one file.